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July 2011 Archives

Questions Surround Investigation Into Death of North Carolina Toddler

A two-year-old girl died at Gaston Memorial Hospital Thursday night. The toddler was left in the care of a registered sex offender while her mother went to work at a local Bessemer City café.

North Carolina Court Reverses Sex Offender Probation Violation Conviction

A 38-year-old man's probation violation conviction for failure to register as a sex offender was reversed by the North Carolina Court of Appeals. The decision held that the man had used good faith efforts to try to comply with the terms of his probation.

Routine Traffic Stop Uncovers Counterfeit Credit Cards, Gift Cards

Two people were stopped along North Carolina U.S. 70 in Newport for suspected reckless and careless driving when officers uncovered much more - 70 counterfeit credits cards, more than $1000 in cash, gift cards and pre-paid credit cards. In the vehicle, there were also a variety of high-end electronics likely purchased with the counterfeit credit cards.

North Carolina Men Charged in Connection with Defrauding an Elderly Woman

South Carolina law enforcement authorities have charged two North Carolina men with defrauding an elderly woman. The 84-year-old woman was allegedly defrauded out of thousands of dollars by two Asheville men on two separate occasions in 2010.

Man Sentenced to 10 Years for Enticing a Minor Online

A Zirconia, North Carolina, man was recently sentenced to 10 years in federal prison and a lifetime of supervision after online enticement of a minor. The man admitted to the sex crime of sending nude photos to a girl he believed was only 12-years-old. The girl was actually a law enforcement officer.

North Carolina Suspects Who Flee the Police May Lose Their Car

North Carolina's new law allows law enforcement officers to seize the vehicle of a suspect who flees officers. Governor Bev Purdue signed the "Run and You're Done Bill," which will go into effect on December 1.

Marine Pleads Guilty to North Carolina Sex Charge

A former marine with ties to the North Carolina military base Camp Lejeune pled guilty to one count of a child sex charge. He was recently sentenced for the crime of  attempting to entice a child in illegal sexual conduct. He was sentenced to 10 years in a federal prison and he is required to register as a sexual offender. 

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