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Fourth Gun Store Suspect Captured

The fourth suspect who ran from deputies after allegedly trying to burglarize a Nakina gun store is in custody. William Isaiah McCamis, 18, was charged with multiple counts of breaking and entering, larceny, and larceny of a firearm. His address was listed as 1553 Sarah’s Lane, Lot One, Nakina.
NAKINA, NC
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Arrest Made In Delco Gas Station Stabbing

A suspect has been arrested in connection to the stabbing of a man Saturday, June 25 at a gas station in Delaware County, authorities said. Responding officers discovered the victim around 10:40 p.m. at the Exxon gas station on Baltimore Avenue in East Lansdowne, local police said. The victim was...
EAST LANSDOWNE, PA
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Death by Vehicle Charged

Chadbourn Police have charged a Wilkes Street man with fleeing the scene of a car crash that resulted in a man’s death. Warrants show Cory Michael McDougald, 51, of 120 S. Wilkes St., Chadbourn, was arrested June 24 and released the next day on a single charge of fleeing an accident involving death or injury. He was released on a $25,000 secured bond.
CHADBOURN, NC
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Officials warn against fireworks amid dry condition

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) – The Fourth of July weekend is almost here but with much of the Cape Fear in moderate drought conditions, officials are warning you against using fireworks. “The ground is so dry we’re advising people to leave the fireworks for the professionals,” said Southport’s Fire...
BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC
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Boy Scout Troop 600 volunteers spruce library grounds

ELIZABETHTOWN — Aiden Rush and Tucker Bordeaux approached their scoutmaster Andy Runion, asking him to make sure their names were down for a specific landscaping project at the Bladen County Public Library in Elizabethtown. Runion assured them they were. Aiden, 15, and Tucker, 14, both ninth-graders at West Bladen...
ELIZABETHTOWN, NC
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Bill passes in House and Senate that would tighten Leland’s annexation rules

RALEIGH, N.C. (WECT) - The North Carolina House and Senate have passed a bill which would require Leland’s annexations to meet tighter requirements. On June 29, the bill passed the the third reading from the House with a vote of 103-6 after a unanimous vote from the senate. The bill is headed to Gov. Roy Cooper’s desk for the final signature.
LELAND, NC
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Sarah’s Wheel Of Yes – Skeet Shooting

Guns and hunting have never been a part of my upbringing. In fact, I’ve only ever shot a gun once in my life, and that was 3 years ago. So when the Allen Brothers in Bladenboro invited me out to their land for skeet shooting, I was incredibly nervous!
BLADENBORO, NC

ID Released For Man Killed In Delco Road-Rage Shooting

Authorities have released the name of the driver killed in a road-rage shooting in Delaware County Wednesday, June 29. King Hua, 54, was found shot to death behind the wheel of his white Toyota, which was traveling south on State Road in Springfield around 8:45 a.m., Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer said.
DELAWARE COUNTY, PA
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Construction begins on new Leland fire station

LELAND, N.C. (WECT) - The Town of Leland has begun construction on the new Fire/Rescue Station 51 at the town’s Municipal Operations Center Campus on 1987 Andrew Jackson Highway NE. Station 51 will be a fully staffed station that replaces the one on Village Road. “The new location will...
LELAND, NC
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WATCH: Alligator takes a dip in pool of Leland resident over the weekend

LELAND, NC (WWAY) — People weren’t the only ones looking to stay cool over this past weekend. Brunswick Forest homeowner Judy Isler says she found an alligator floating in their backyard pool on Sunday afternoon. Wildlife Resources Officers were eventually called. Although it took awhile to get the...
LELAND, NC
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McLeod Welcomes New Family Medicine Residents

McLeod Health Clarendon is pleased to welcome four new residents to the McLeod Family Medicine Rural Residency Program. The new physicians are: Charlotte Archuleta, MD; Kristen Herring, MD; Matt Jackson, DO; and Jessica Lindsay, DO. The McLeod Family Medicine Rural Residency Program is a program at McLeod Health Clarendon designed...
CLARENDON, NC
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Grocery store employee charged with stealing catfish

An estimated $82 worth of catfish landed a Chadbourn woman with a felony charge last week. According to warrants, on June 18, Samantha Green took one box of catfish from the Fresh Foods IGA store where she worked in Chadbourn. Green was arrested June 23 on the charge of felony larceny by employee, plus two failure to appear warrants. There is no misdemeanor larceny by employee charge in North Carolina.
CHADBOURN, NC
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Driver charged with fleeing accident that killed pedestrian

A felony charge has been taken out against a driver who allegedly hit a pedestrian with his car June 16 in Chadbourn and fled the scene. According to Chadbourn Police, at 6:18 p.m., a vehicle driven by Cory McDougald was going southbound on S. Wilkes Street. After passing by the W. Huffman Street intersection, McDougald’s Chevrolet struck Connell Maurice Faulk, also of Chadbourn. The CPD report says Faulk was in the road in front of his home when he was hit.
CHADBOURN, NC
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