Tag Archives: Larceny

JPD needs help identifying Walmart larceny suspect

Jacksonville, NC- (03/05/19) Release. The Jacksonville Police Department is asking for your help in identifying the female in the attached photographs. She is a person of interest in a larceny that occurred at Walmart located at 2025 N Marine Blvd on Feb. 21, 2019. There are two photos: If you know the identity of this subject, please contact JPD Detective

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Woman found guilty by jury of felony larceny and reached status of habitual felon

During the Feb. 11, 2019 term of Onslow County Superior Court, Pamela McGregor was found guilty by a jury of her peers of felony larceny and the status of habitual felon. The defendant had previously been convicted on four counts of possession of stolen property, on nineteen (19) counts of misdemeanor larceny, obtaining property by false pretense, providing fictitious information

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Two men identified and arrested for B&E, Larceny and Conspiracy

On 02/01/2019, Holly Ridge Police Dept. asked for help in identifying 2 male subjects that broke into the gaming machine at the United Discount Tobacco store and stole money. They received several tips and we were able to identify the subjects. Detective Faircloth took out warrants on the following subjects and they were charged with: William Keith Bennett II, 39

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Hubert man arrested on multiple felony charges

A Hubert man has been arrested on several charges for his involvement in a break-in. On December 11, 2018, Onslow County Sheriff’s Office uniform patrol deputies responded to the Belgrade Express Mart located at 7484 New Bern Hwy for a report of a break-in to the business. Among items stolen from the business was a safe which contained cash and

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Four men WANTED for card theft and fraudulent

NEWS RELEASE Onslow County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help identifying three men who may have information regarding stolen credit cards in Jacksonville and Onslow County. Onslow County Sheriff’s Office has received several reports of vehicle break-ins where the victims had credit cards stolen. In each case, the stolen cards were used to purchase items at various businesses

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