Now former Onslow County School Resource Officer FIRED for 3rd Degree Child Pornography, being held in Craven County.
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Military Police Officer of Jacksonville NC Arrested on Charges of Sexually Assaulting a Minor Family Member.
Military Police Officer attached to Camp Lejeune USMCB arrested on Statutory Rape of a 15 year old family member.Read more
On April 21, 2014 Elmer Lee Hudler was shot three times in the head with a .25 cal pistol, in his bed, in his home nearby Dixon High School in the Holly Ridge, NC area bordering Sneads Ferry. His son Josh Hudler hired William Zach Parker to kill his father for $250,000 in life insurance money where there was aRead more
Shop Amazon Devices – $10 off Certified Refurbished Echo Dot—$29.99 for a limited time UPDATED 07/26/18: Today Cheri Davis appeared in Onslow County Superior Court where she was served with a new indictment. The charge is concealment of a death and conspiracy. Chief Assistant District Attorney Mike Maultsby is the state prosecutor over this case.Read more
Onslow County is a growing, Central-Eastern NC County that is diversely populated with the military with the largest Marine Base on the east coast and civilians who’re natives to the region. Like any other place, there’s crime. Which brings us to this exclusive Onslow County Murder Mayhem Series, exclusively with The Onslow Beat. So far, there are Twenty-two confirmed defendantsRead more
Chasity Dawn Keeter also known as Chasity D. Meeks, Chasity D. Keeter (aliases) was arrested on July 11, 2018 by Onslow County Sheriff’s Department for arson at their residence on Firetower Rd. in the Southwest area of Jacksonville, NC causing over $15,000 in damage. In recent weeks, Keeter and her husband sparked a flame on social media on the Sheriff’sRead more
The defendant, James Kelly Moore III, age 41, charged with non-capital murder in the death of Shelby Brown, age 22. The two allegedly had a short lived relationship after meeting on social media. The State was represented by DA Ernie Lee and Chief ADA Michael Maultsby and requested a minimum of $10 million secured bond. The defendant’s attorneys, Krystal MooreRead more