Two Brunswick’s Most Wanted suspects arrested

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By Staff Brunswick Beacon

Two suspects recently featured in Brunswick’s Most Wanted have been arrested.

Just before 5 p.m., Tuesday, March 3, sheriff’s deputies arrested Franklin Floyd, 69, at his home.

Floyd was featured on Brunswick’s Most Wanted after he failed to show up for his court sentencing in January. Floyd was sentenced to 70-84 months in prison for trafficking opiates on Jan. 26.

According to a sheriff’s office press release, the trial judge allowed Floyd to take care of his terminally ill wife before reporting to prison. After Floyd’s wife died, he ran and had not been seen until March 3.

Deputy John Bolduc arrested Floyd without incident at his home at 1704 Colon Mintz Road in Leland. Floyd is in custody at the Brunswick County Detention Center on no bond.

A second wanted suspect, Jaquan Lamont Holland, 20, was arrested Sunday evening. Holland, of 1244 Zack St., Bolivia, has been charged with indecent liberties with a minor, failure to appear, speeding and giving fictitious information to an officer.

At press time Tuesday, Holland was in custody at the Brunswick County Detention Center on a $26,500 secured bond.