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Archive for November, 2011

Two North Carolina men charged with animal cruelty

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

GASTONIA, NC (AP) — Two North Carolina men have been arrested on charges of animal cruelty after several dead and malnourished dogs were found at a home last month.

The Gaston Gazette reported 43-year-old Wesley Scott Ghantt of Lincolnton and 53-year-old David Evander Cooper III of Ranlo have been charged following an investigation.

Gaston County police responded to a home just outside Ranlo on Oct. 10 and found two dead dogs and 11 others in poor condition. One of the sick dogs died while being taken to a veterinarian.

Ghantt is charged with seven counts of cruelty to animals. Cooper is charged with five counts.

Both also are charged with failure to purchase and display valid registration and rabies tags for the animals.

It was unclear if they have attorneys.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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Robbery on Carolina Beach Road, suspect still at-large

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

WILMINGTON,NC (WWAY)– An employee of Intercoastal Pawn and Jewelry was robbed earlier this afternoon after leaving the store.

The robbery happened at 2054 Carolina Beach Road.

The victim told Wilmington Police that the suspect was armed with a knife, took her jewelry then hit her a few times on the head.

A police spokeswoman says they were looking for the suspect throughout the late afternoon on the ground and in the air using the SABLE helicopter, but they did not find him.

The suspect is described as a 6’2 black male and was wearing a ski mask and all black clothing.

If you have any further information call the Wilmington Police.

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Pender County to enforce residency requirement for staff

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

Pender County commissioners made a step Monday to make sure county department heads are Pender residents.

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Bolton Mayors race is settled

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

COLUMBUS CO (WWAY) — It is nearly two weeks since Election Day, and the process is just wrapping up in Columbus County after some double-checking in the race for mayor in Bolton.

The Columbus county board of elections did a discretionary recount of the votes for mayor on the Bolton precinct ballots. Absentee and one-stop voting ballots were not recounted, as there was only a question about the precinct ballots.

The official tally shows Frank A Wilson is the winner with 121 votes, Gary Graham got 111. The numbers are the same as the original count.

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Community Action Inc. to appeal order to pay back $131,000

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

The vote was a solid indication that the board intends to fight recent scrutiny.

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