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Cop handcuffs on-duty firefighter for not moving truck
A California Highway Patrol officer placed an on-duty Chula Vista firefighter in handcuffs for refusing to move his truck while tending to victims of a car crash on the side of the 805 Freeway near Orange County.
Woman dies after officer-involved shooting
A woman is dead after police responded to a domestic dispute on Tabor Lane, and two police officers involved in the shooting are on paid administrative leave, according to the Wilmington Police Department.
Sheriff says lieutenant indicted on 108 charges didn't attend rehab
Joseph LeBlanc was fired from the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office in June for violating procedures on the handling of drugs in the office.
N.C. Law Enforcement yields 2,866 DWI’s during 18-day “Booze it & Lose it” Campaign
July’s ‘Operation Firecracker’ initiative—which resulted in 1,700+ DWI arrests—scratched the surface of N.C. law enforcement’s plans to crack down on DWI’s in 2013. In fact, the N.C. Department of Transportation and Governors Highway Safety Program was out in full force in August and early September for its ‘Booze it & Lose It’ campaign in which it grew its DWI total from ‘Operation Firecracker.’
More than 2,800 DWI related arrests were made from August 16 to September 2nd.
Over the course of the campaign, there were 29,184 speeding violations and 3,185 drug charges. In addition, the initiative resulted in the apprehension of 2,938 fugitives from justice and the recovery of 173 stolen vehicles.
Wake County led the state in DWI arrests at 267. Guilford County had 220 and Mecklenburg had 181 DWI arrests.
"The Squeeze" wonder what that's about :)
An actor known to many as Shooter McGavin in Happy Gilmore was arrested early Wednesday morning in Wilmington.
A Wilmington murder suspect out on bail while awaiting trial was back in custody Wednesday, charged with drug possession and sales.
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If you get in an accident, don't leave it to chance, leave it to Deaver.
This is probably something most Wilmington drivers already knew.
Victim to Cleveland kidnapper: 'I went through 11 years of hell, and now your hell is just...
Michelle Knight, one of the three women Ariel Castro has admitted to kidnapping and torturing in his home for almost a decade, told him Thursday in court, "You took 11 years of my life away. I went through 11 years of hell, and now your hell is just beginning. You will face hell for an eternity. You...
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If you get arrested for DWI for having a few to many of these...please call us at (910) 362-1919 or at www.Deaverlawfirm.com
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Raleigh | The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission says more than 20 people were arrested during the past weekend's campaign to alert boaters to the dangers of operating a boat while impaired.
If you get a BWI (boating while impaired), Underage Drinking ticket or DWI give us a call at (910)362-1919 or visit our website to contact us @ www.Deaverlawfirm.com
State officials tripled their budget for law enforcement on Masonboro Island for the Fourth of July, part of a comprehensive plan designed to minimize the annual rowdy holiday celebration.
Sheriff Ed McMahon held a press conference Tuesday morning to announce a personnel issue within the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office.
A federal Judge, in early April, instructed the FDA to lift all age restrictions for the “Morning After Pill.” This week the FDA lowered the age from 17 years old to 15 years old to purchase the emergency contraceptive without a prescription. Do you think there should be an age restriction or not? Let us know your thoughts. Visit us at www.Deaverlawfrim.com and like Deaver & Deaver, PLLC for additional information.
BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING – Don’t forget that there are hundreds of governments operated cameras being used throughout Wilmington and the Beaches. They are in government buildings and public places like parking garages, Front Street, streets and intersections, Lumina Avenue, ect.
Contact us at 362-1919 or at Deaverlawfirm.com for a list of camera locations.
Use a Fake ID or Let Someone Use Yours – LOOSE YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE FOR A YEAR!!!!! There is a law on the books that New Hanover County intends to now enforce. If you use, or attempt to use a fake ID to purchase alcohol, or let someone use yours, your driving privileges may be REVOKED for 1 year. The rest of the state is watching to see how well the new enforcement goes in Wilmington.
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Tried to Pull a Fast One, Eh? When you see a DUI checkpoint and try to pull a quick U-turn to avoid it because you've been drinking, you'll get caught just like Al Michaels!
When You Mix Alcohol and Pills Before Driving, the Result can be Vehicular Homicide. Tragic story of 3 Doors Down bass player, Todd Harrell and his victim, Paul Shoulders.
3 Doors Down Bassist Todd Harrell -- Arrested for Vehicular Homicide
During a search in the booking room, authorities said, Davidson County Sheriff's deputies discovered a plastic bag concealed in his sock that contained 8 Xanax pills, 24 oxycodone pills and 4 oxymorphone pills. Harrell also has been charged with bringing controlled substances into the jail.
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Animal shelter volunteer charged with bestiality
A Wake County man was arrested Thursday and charged with bestiality with dogs at an animal shelter.
Portions of 16th and Grace streets closed Thursday
A portion of North 16th Street and Grace Street in Wilmington will be closed to through traffic from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, April 18.
A jury in New Hanover County found a convicted felon guilty Wednesday of raping a female cousin five days after serving 11 years in prison for a throat slashing in 1996.
After a week of testimony and six hours of deliberation, Harold Goins Jr., 37, was found guilty of kidnapping, rape, two counts of sexual offense, and assault with a deadly weapon. He was found not guilty of pointing a firearm during the rape.
Goins is currently serving 15 years in federal prison on a charge of being an ex-felon in possession of a firearm in connection with the rape case. During questioning by police, Goins admitted possessing a firearm and police confiscated it.
Federal court records show that in 1996 Goins was convicted of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill for grabbing a female defense attorney from behind and slitting her throat as she exited the New Hanover County courthouse.
After serving 11 years in prison on that charge, Goins was released July 16, 2010. By July 25 he was back in custody accused of raping a female cousin at knifepoint and gunpoint inside an apartment on Shipyard Boulevard on July 21.
Because of the notoriety of Goins 1996 crime, a jury from Sampson County was brought in to hear the case.
Azalea Festival this weekend! Watch out for the road blocks!!!
A deputy with the Onslow County Sheriff's Office who was involved in an apparent road rage incident that went viral online has rescinded his notice of resignation with the office.
Possession for Personal Use
Possession of a half ounce or less marijuana is a Class 3 misdemeanor and a maximum fine of $200. Any sentence of imprisonment imposed for this offense must be suspended. Possession of more than a half ounce but 1 and a half ounces or less is a Class 1 misdemeanor punishable by 1 to 45 days imprisonment and a discretionary fine for a first offense, and maxi mum fine of $1000. Possession of over 1 and a half ounces but less than or equal to 10 pounds is a Class I felony punishable by 3 to 8 months imprisonment and a discretionary fine for a first offense.
Have you been charged with Simple Possession? Call us today (910) 362-1919 or contact us via our website
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