Monthly Archives: February 2022

Down East man arrested for child porn offense

On 02/08/2022 Detectives with the Carteret County Sheriff’s Office Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce arrested Joshua Ryan Smith Gray, 45, of Beaufort. Gray was charged as a result of an undercover Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) investigation. Detectives from the Carteret County Sheriff’s Office ICAC Taskforce, which includes Pine Knoll Shores Police conducted the investigation. Gray was arrested at his residence on 02/08/2022. Evidence and equipment used to facilitate the crime was seized. Gray was charged with Third Degree Sexual Exploitation of a Minor- Poss…

Arrest made in attempt to rob ATM

  On Monday, February 7, 2022, reports of an attempted breaking and entering of a State Employees Credit Union ATM in the Oriental community of Pamlico County were received by Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office 911 Communications Center. It was determined that the ATM was extensively damaged during the early morning hours of February 7th. During the investigation it was revealed that Summer Lee Dunn, 40, of Oriental was responsible for the crimes. Surveillance footage supplied by State Employees Credit Union that was obtained from the ATM assisted with identifying Dunn. Deputies, as…

Trump’s campaign war chest brimming with cash

Strength comes from numbers — average donation just $31 WASHINGTON, DC – Former President Donald J. Trump’s political committees have over $122 million ‘Cash on Hand’ after raising more than $51 million during the period between July 1 and Dec. 31 of 2021. Trump’s continued and unprecedented pace of fundraising shows  the future of the Republican Party in 2022 and beyond remains, perhaps, the strongest in our country’s history. This massive fundraising accomplishment does not include the hundreds of millions of dollars raised by other candidates and organizations who use the for…

Merit Badges Pay Off !

PAMLICO COUNTY – Congratulations to Jack Cauley, our area’s newest Eagle Scout. The award came Sunday, Jan. 30 during a ceremony attended by friends and family at Mary’s Chapel Church. Jack’s loving mother, Stacy, is well known in the community! She is the friendly face behind the checkout counter of Handy Mart in Alliance. A cousin, Ryan, is on track for his own Eagle Scout recognition, likely to come later this year! Jeff AydelettePublisher/Editor jeff@compassnews360.com…

U.S. is now totally fouled up:

BIZARRE IMMIGRATION RE-LOCATION PROCESS

Illegals Use Arrest Warrants As ID to Board Flights  WASHINGTON, DC –  Give U.S. Senator Thom Tillis of North Carolina credit. In a blistering Jan. 28 letter sent to Alejandro Mayorkas, Secretary for the Department of Homeland Security, Tillis wrote: “By the plain text of these documents (warrants), the only flights these dangerous, criminal illegal immigrants should be boarding are those returning them to their home country.” Nine other Republican senators joined Tillis in excoriating Mayorkas over alarming news that illegal immigrants are being permitted to use Immigration and Cus…

Two arrested after investigation finds drugs and guns in home

On Thursday, January 27, 2022, Investigators from the Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with North Carolina Probation and Parole conducted a search of Roland Johnny Ward III, 53 and Camilla Janae Coleman, 34 both of Oriental, NC. During the search approximately 3 grams of methamphetamine, digital scales, and other assorted drug paraphernalia were found in the residence. A Glock handgun and several other firearms were also located and seized. As a result of the search the two were charged with the following: Camilla Janae Coleman 1 count Possession of Firearm by Felon Colema…

Video reveals horrific clots extracted from veins, arteries of dead vaxxed

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New Bern officials ponder best way to spend $6.7 million

City’s share of American Rescue Plan monies will likely go toward infrastructure  NEW BERN – Two intensive hours late Tuesday afternoon went darn fast for the seven-member Board of Alderman, as department heads and other employees – who oversee a host of future projects – made their pitches for at least a share of Covid-19 relief funding.  The town’s newest department head is Kimberly Ostrom, Director of Finance. She did well in her first official appearance, using a Power Point presentation to explain the intricacies of federal funding, which is being divvied out to thousands of county and…