The Wilmington Police Department posted on social media it has responded to 51 wrecks in a five-block radius near South College Road in the last 60 days, and the police say it’s because of distracted driving.
According to the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office, Edward Huffman and Audrey Cross were leaving the store when loss prevention officers asked them to come back inside and answer a couple of questions regarding shoplifting.
Kevin Allen Kerney, 32, of Denton, NC, was booked into the New Hanover County Jail on Friday on three counts of cyberstalking and three counts of extortion. He made his first court appearance in New Hanover County on Monday.
A man who stormed out of a pizza restaurant in downtown Wilmington after getting upset at the wait time for his food later threatened an employee with a knife and sprayed pepper spray into the establishment.
The North Carolina Sheriff’s Association released a statement explaining the organization’s opposition to House Bill 370, the legislation that compels sheriffs to fulfill detainer requests from the federal government for illegal immigrants incarcerated for being charged with a crime.
According to a news release from the District Attorney's Office, James Allen Bunch, 63, of Virginia, and Aaron Bradley Woodcock, 23, of Ivanhoe, entered guilty pleas to two counts of indecent liberties with a child.
Special agents with the Department of Insurance’s Criminal Investigations Division accuse Jeneva Powell, 25, of falsely reporting the details of how damage occurred to her SUV to Nationwide Insurance Co.
North Carolina Republican lawmakers unhappy with recent decisions by newly elected sheriffs to stop assisting federal immigration agents are now pushing legislation that would force them to hold defendants if requested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners released documents Tuesday that show a police report had been issued to the Wilmington Police Department in October 2017, accusing Dr. Michael Lee Hasson of sexual assault during a surgery.
The man accused of killing his wife deleted searches for escort services just days before he allegedly dumped her body in a shallow grave nearly 100 miles away from their Holden Beach home, search warrants obtained on Tuesday reveal.