Man sentenced for pharmacy break-in, trafficking
A local man will spend up to nine and a half years in prison after pleading guilty to breaking into Haywood Pharmacy last year.
The case against Jonathan David Cagle, 22, stemmed from a multi-agency investigation of break-ins involving a person wearing a skeleton mask and hooded sweatshirt in August 2011.
Two months later, police obtained video surveillance of Cagle loitering in a Ford Focus around the night deposit box at Wells Fargo Bank in Waynesville. Later that evening, videos show a person in the skeleton disguise at the deposit box.
Twenty minutes later, there was a breaking and entering at Haywood Pharmacy at Paragon Parkway in Clyde, where video shows a person in a skeleton mask break the window with a hammer and steal several bottles of opiates before driving away in a Ford ...