Monthly Archives: January 2019

Neighborhood in Reelsboro focus of drug arrests

On January 4, 2019, The Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office, with the assistance of The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation (NCSBI), executed a search warrant at 61 Black Horse Run, Reelsboro, NC after receiving numerous drug complaints from concerned citizens. During the search, deputies seized Trafficking amounts of heroin, prescription medication, cocaine, marijuana, and a large sum of U.S. Currency. As a result of the operation, deputies arrested and charged (6) defendants with multiple drug violations. Additional charges are expected as the investigation in ongoing. Th…

FOUND SAFE *****WELFARE CONCERN***** Kayden Willis

W/F, Age 15, DOB: 04/09/2003, 5’04”, Red Hair, Blue Eyes Last seen wearing a black jacket leaving Pinetop Road in Newport on 01/04/2019. Willis is known to frequent various areas of Carteret County including MHC, Bojangles in Newport and McDonalds in MHC. If located check welfare and contact the Carteret County Sheriffs Office, (252) 728-8400 or (252) 726-1911. Subject entered NCIC. NIC/M804932775. 190100101C.…

Neighborhood in Reelsboro focus of drug arrests

On January 4, 2019, The Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office, with the assistance of The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation (NCSBI), executed a search warrant at 61 Black Horse Run, Reelsboro, NC after receiving numerous drug complaints from concerned citizens. During the search, deputies seized Trafficking amounts of heroin, prescription medication, cocaine, marijuana, and a large sum of U.S. Currency. As a result of the operation, deputies arrested and charged (6) defendants with multiple drug violations. Additional charges are expected as the investigation in ongoing. Th…

DEMOLITIONS CHANGE LANDSCAPE FOREVER!

PAMLICO COUNTY – A record number of homes and buildings are on the chopping block in the wake of Hurricane Florence, according to statistics from the Building Inspection Office where a no-cost permit is usually required before work can begin. Some of the scheduled demolition work may not be a direct result of the hurricane, but county officials said this week that a majority of the 52 permits authorized since the Sept. 13 storm are likely the result of storm-induced damage. After a demolition, the usual disposal process is to haul tons and tons of refuse to the massive regional landfill in Tusca…
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