A Carteret County man has recently been charged with various drug crimes. Delton Mishon Doneghy, 33, of Nine Foot Road in Newport, has been arrested after authorities conducted several undercover purchases of crack cocaine from his residence. Doneghy was charged with a slew of drug crimes stemming from the undercover sales.
According to a sheriff's report, a convicted North Carolina sex offender has been charged with a second sex offense. Brandon Craig Hardy, 26, is accused of molesting a preschooler. He is also accused of moving to a new residence without notifying authorities.
Mortgage companies accused of fraud returned approximately $21 million to North Carolina consumers recently.
Kirstie Pienta, the 19-year-old woman charged with hitting three pedestrians while driving drunk, has bonded out of jail. The pedestrians were leaving Jackalope Jack's in the Elizabeth neighborhood on August 1 when Pienta crashed into them.
North Carolina's State Bureau of Investigation has adopted a new policy for analyzing drug evidence from crimes. The change was initiated after the North Carolina Supreme Court decided that visual inspection rather than chemical testing of drugs was inadequate.
There are many different facets to our individual identities. However, someone can steal your identity with just your name, address, social security number, bank account or credit card. Unfortunately, identity theft is one of the fastest-growing white collar crimes both nationally and in North Carolina.
One North Carolina man's decision to drive drunk has turned into a conviction for the second degree murder of his girlfriend.
Amber B. McGill, 31, was sentenced to ten years in prison this week for causing a car wreck that left a young girl injured.
A Carteret County registered sex offender is charged with having a social networking site. A citizen notified the Carteret County Sheriff's Office that Newport resident Timothy Howard Newman, 35, had an online profile on Facebook, the popular social networking site.
The Shelter of Gaston County and the Gaston County Domestic Violence Prevention Council held a domestic violence march in Gastonia last week in honor of a Gaston County woman and two of her children that were murdered.
A 47-year-old father and his two teenage sons were arrested last week on drug charges. Joseph Dennis Rambo, and his sons, Zechariah Rashad Rambo, 19, and Elijah Khalid Rambo, 17, were arrested at their home in East Raleigh and charged with one count each of conspiracy to traffic methamphetamine. The father also faces additional charges of one count of maintaining a dwelling place for keeping and selling meth and one count of manufacturing meth.