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Richlands man sentenced to 7 to 9 years on a number of drug related charges

Bradley Wayne Burgess, 28-years-old of Nine Mile Road in Richlands was arrested by Onslow County Sheriff’s Office Drug Enforcement Unit on November 2, 2017 and charged with: Possession with Intent to Manufacture/Sell/Deliver Methamphetamine Manufacture Methamphetamine (2) Counts Sell/Deliver Schedule II Controlled Substance Felony Conspiracy Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Today in Onslow County superior court, Burgess was convicted after a two-and-a-half

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Grappo found guilty of involuntary manslaughter among drug related charges

Concluding almost two weeks of court proceedings and over two hours of jury deliberations Monday in Onslow County Superior Court, Josh Grappo was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Joseph Allen. Additionally, several drug related charges, such as: sell of fentanyl, deliver fentanyl and possession with intent to sell and deliver fentanyl for his actions on June 23,

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Judge declared mistrial in murder trial

After nine hours of deliberations, trial running into the third week of proceedings, and twenty-one witnesses called, an Onslow County jury could not reach a unanimous verdict and the Honorable Judge R. Kent Harrell declared a mistrial. Defense attorney, Paul Castle submitted a motion to dismiss all charges. State Prosecutor DA Ernie Lee opposed motions to dismiss on grounds of

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Onslow County blogger convicted in cyberstalking trial Monday

Monday, Dec. 10, 2018 in Onslow County district court Gerald Dewayne Jackson, age 23, owner of a blog formerly known as “News in Onslow” and a recent name change to “The North Carolina Beat”, was found guilty in a cyberstalking case against a Jacksonville man, his wife. This man and his family have experienced attacks online via live streams on

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Murder Mayhem Series Vol.1 No.3 Second man goes to trial in 2012 Bingo Hall Murder

UPDATE: Jurors selected to determine the fate of James Edward Williamson told The Honorable Superior Court Judge R. Kent Harrell, they have been unable to come to a unanimous verdict surrounding the suspect that is charged with second-degree murder in the violent death of Kim Flournoy in 2012. District attorney Ernest Lee rendered closing arguments this morning reminding the jury

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