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Holden Beach crime report

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By Staff Brunswick Beacon

Holden Beach Police investigated the following incidents and charged the following individuals from June 22 through July 12:

•Danny Davis Foster, 36, of Fayetteville, was charged with driving while license revoked and displaying a fictitious registration plate.

•Jessie Daniel Stewart, 20, of Supply, was charged with displaying an expired registration plate and no insurance.

•Amanda Geraldine Dunn, 23, of Shallotte, was charged with displaying an expired registration plate.

•Joshua Wayne Marshall, 27, of Concord, was charged with driving while impaired and failure to report an accident.

•Jack Welton Groff, 42, of Asheboro, was charged with displaying an expired registration plate.

•Lauren Peyton Wheatley, 26, of Supply, was charged with displaying an expired registration plate and no inspection.

•Timothy Andrew Weaver II, 19, of Southport, was charged with displaying an expired registration plate.

•Donnie Ray Little, 62, of Huntersville, was charged with indecent exposure.

•Joshua Adams Akers, 25, of Everett, Pa., was charged with displaying an expired registration plate and no insurance.

•Judy Herring, 51, of Shallotte, was charged with displaying an expired registration plate and altering a registration plate.

•Steven Balsavich, 29, of Supply, was charged with no insurance and displaying a fictitious registration plate.

•Gary Lee Schronce, 19, of Supply, was charged with no operator’s license.

•Larceny of a cell phone was reported on Ocean Boulevard West.

•Vandalism and property damage to a motor vehicle was reported on Ocean Boulevard West.

•Breaking and entering and larceny from a motor vehicle were reported under the Holden Beach bridge. A GPS unit and sunglasses were reported stolen.

•Larceny of bicycles was reported on Ocean Boulevard West. The bikes were found and returned to the owner.

•Breaking and entering to a storage room was reported on Ocean Boulevard West. Multiple tools were reported stolen.