Hallie Lauren Pate and Jordan Alexis Ruiz, two North Carolina teens face up to dozen charges after breaking into a Lenoir County home, killing pet birds and setting a car on fire.
North Carolina teens, Hallie Lauren Pate, 17 of Kinston and Jordan Alexis Ruiz, 18, of Albertson, face a slew of charges after being arrested on Thursday of breaking into a Lenoir County home, killed the pets inside and setting a car ablaze.
Following the teen girls arrest’ Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook, Hallie Pate and Jordan Ruiz facing up to a dozen charges including breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, two counts of felony cruelty to animals along with obtaining property by false pretense in connection to the Lenoir County burglary.
Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office said the teens allegedly broke into the home Feb. 4, on Super Bowl Sunday and stole property. More items were taken from a car before they allegedly set the vehicle on fire.
I realize I was petty and childish in the past. I’ve changed a lot. theres a meaning for things.
— Hallie Pate (@halliepate123) October 13, 2017
Fuck fuck fuck my life
— Hallie Pate (@halliepate123) October 23, 2016
I wasnt calling myself out on facebook i was just apologizing for offending gay people bitch cant stfu
— Hallie Pate (@halliepate123) September 26, 2016
Hallie Lauren Pate and Jordan Alexis Ruiz according to the homeowner, ‘killed his daughter’s two parakeets and smeared blood all over the kitchen cabinets….’
Investigators were able to identify the suspects after they allegedly sold some of the stolen items.
Retrieved stolen items included, an Xbox One gaming system as well as medical inhalers.
Homeowner Mack Price told WITN-TV in Greenville that the pair killed his daughter’s two parakeets and smeared blood all over the kitchen cabinets. Price said lighter fluid was also poured throughout the house.
Both teens were booked at Lenoir County Sheriff’s Detention Center, where they each are being held on a $50,000 bond.