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Reynolds arrested on burglary, assault charges

Zane Codi Reynolds of Corolla has been arrested for first degree burglary and assault, the Kitty Hawk Police Department has announced. The charges stem from an incident that occurred in the early mornings hours of May 1 at a home on Parker Street in Kitty Hawk.

“Thanks to the Dare County Sheriff’s Office today [May 2] for assistance with the arrest,” said the KHPD statement. “It takes a community to protect a community. So if you see something, then say something. We are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. If you need us, we are here.”

Reynolds was recently charged with indecent exposure in an incident that took place April 6 near the Lillian Street Beach Access in Kitty Hawk. He is also considered a suspect in a similar incident that took place a day prior.

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