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RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — A 911 caller tipped off deputies to the location of two people suspected of carjacking a woman in eastern NC.

Deputies with the Craven County Sheriff’s Office say they responded to an assault and carjacking in New Bern on Thursday. A 74-year-old woman told deputies she had been eating in her car when two people approached her, demanded that she get out and then assaulted her.

The suspects were identified as Danny Minor, 27, and Kimberly Woodell, 30, both of Asheboro.

On Friday, just after 8 a.m. the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office was called to Millboro Road in Franklinville about two suspicious people on a front porch. While they were on the way to the scene, the caller told them that they looked like suspects in the assault and carjacking.

Craven County Sheriff’s Office issued warrants for felony common law robbery, felony larceny of a motor vehicle and felony assault on a disabled person. The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office was told by the Craven County deputies that the suspects were from the area and to be on the lookout.

When deputies arrived, the suspicious people weren’t on the porch. Minor and Woodell were found inside of a building on the property and arrested on the warrants from Craven County.

Woodell also had outstanding warrants for felony interference with an electronic monitoring device, felony probation violation and failure to appear.

The vehicle stolen from Craven County was located nearby off of Bethany Church Road.

They were additionally charged with felony possession of a motor vehicle.