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Public Safety

  • Holden Beach crime report

    Holden Beach police officers have arrested two men in connection with copper larceny on the island.

    Olin Chad Ivey, 23, of 1620 Olin Drive SW in Supply, was charged with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, obtaining property by false pretenses, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering and possession/concealing stolen property.

    Charles Rutherford Abercrombie, 22, of 73 Southport-Supply Road in Southport, was charged with larceny after breaking and entering, breaking and entering and conspiracy to commit breaking and entering.

  • Sunset Beach crime report

    Sunset Beach police officers investigated the following incidents and made the following arrests last week.

    According to Det. Steve Smith, Sunset Beach police arrested Jamie High of Dogwood Drive for larceny of alcohol from the Sunset Beach ABC Store and driving while impaired.

    Smith said police also arrested Marcus Hopkins, a fugitive who was wanted in Rockingham and was living in the Landing II. Hopkins was wanted for stealing jewelry cases at Wal-Mart. Police officers kept him in the jail until Rockingham authorities could get there, Smith said.

  • Sheriff asks commissioners for more deputies and detectives

    LELAND—With 850 square miles to cover, Brunswick County Sheriff Ronald Hewett says he needs more deputies to patrol roads, more resource officers in the schools and more detectives to investigate cases.

    Hewett presented the sheriff’s office budget requests to county commissioners at the board’s retreat Tuesday.

    “I understand this might be a tight year,” Hewett said.

  • Drug report

    Agents with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Drug Enforcement Unit made the following arrests last week. The suspects and their charges, which are taken directly from arrest reports, are:

    •Reginald Antoin McMillian, 24, of 815 Apt. B 11th St., Southport; charged with possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver cocaine and resisting a public officer. At press time Tuesday, McMillian was in custody at the Brunswick County Detention Center on a $100,000 bond.

  • Shallotte police report

    Shallotte Police officers investigated the following incidents and made the following arrests last week.

    All information is taken directly from patrol activity reports.

  • LELAND POLICE REPORT

    Leland police officers investigated the following incidents and made the following arrests last week. All information is taken directly from patrol activity reports.

    •Michael Terrelle Bordeaux, 25, was arrested for driving while license revoked on Old Fayetteville Road.

    •Larceny on Wind Lake Way and Layne Court; suspect stole a metal door from a backhoe.

    •Pursuant to a domestic violence investigation on Hunterstone Drive, Titus Emmanuel, 23, of 1006 Hunterstone Drive Apt. 105, was arrested for assault on a female and resist, obstruct and delay.

  • Drug report

    Agents with the Brunswick County Drug Enforcement Unit made the following arrests last week. The suspects and their charges, which are taken directly from arrest reports, are:

    •David Wayne Parker, 31, of 486 Shepard Court in Taylorsville; charged with felony possession of cocaine and possession of a stolen motor vehicle.

    •Michael Anthony Gore, 43, of 161 Marlowtown Road in Calabash; charged with felony possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

  • Police arrest one for driving while impaired, speeding

    OCEAN ISLE BEACH—Police officers arrested an Ocean Isle Beach man Saturday night for speeding while he was driving impaired.

    Larry Gene Freeman, 62, was charged with driving while impaired and speeding, according to the incident report.

  • Holden Beach Police investigate breaking and entering

    Holden Beach Police officers are investigating a breaking and entering reported Feb. 16.

    The victim reported a laser level, a Dell wireless module and $10 worth of change were stolen for the Halstead Street home.

  • Detention officers return to work, SBI report not yet released

    BOLIVIA—Two Brunswick County Detention Officers who have been on paid administrative leave following the sudden death of an inmate in jail last month have been allowed to return to work.

    Brunswick County Sheriff Ronald Hewett said Monday detention officers Karl Scoggins and Dustin Riddle “are off paid administrative leave effective immediately.”

    Scoggins and Riddle have been on paid administrative leave since Jan. 23, when Senaca Marrell Vaught, 32, of 371 Tree Acres Drive in Calabash, died suddenly while in custody at the Brunswick County Detention Center.