Dare County Sheriff’s office blotter for June 2020

Published 5:32 pm Thursday, July 16, 2020

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The Dare County Sheriff’s Office has released its crime blotter for June 2020 for the areas of unincorporated Dare County.

June 1 – Breaking and Entering. 900 block of 64 264 Hwy N, Roanoke Island. Nothing taken.

June 5 – Breaking and Entering and Larceny. 300 block of Sandpiper Drive, Colington. Plywood stolen.

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June 5 – Arson. 3000 block of Mill Landing Road, Wanchese. Trailer burned.

June 8 – Forgery of Instrument. 100 block of Huron Court, Colington. Online scam.

June 11 – Breaking and Entering Motor Vehicle. 58000 block of Sea View Drive, Hatteras. Medication stolen.

June 12 – Identity Theft. 200 block of Outrigger Drive, Colington. Identity used for false account.

June 13 – Breaking and Entering Motor Vehicle. 25000 block of Sea Isle Hills Drive, Waves. Money stolen.

June 13 – Breaking and Entering. 100 block of Mother Vineyard Road, Roanoke Island. Money stolen.

June 14 – Breaking and Entering. 24000 block of Caribbean Way, Rodanthe. Purse stolen.

June 15 – Breaking and Entering Motor Vehicle. 25000 block of Bold Dune Drive, Waves. Purse stolen.

June 16 – Identity Theft. 100 block of Steve Basnight Road, Roanoke Island. Identity used for false account.

June 17 – Breaking and Entering. 26000 block of Colony Drive, Salvo. Purse stolen.

June 19 – Larceny. 23000 block of NC 12 Hwy, Rodanthe. Kayaks stolen.

June 21 – Breaking and Entering Motor Vehicle. 24000 block of Dean Ave, Rodanthe. Nothing stolen.

June 22 – Identity Theft. 100 block of Watersedge Drive, Colington. Unemployment filed in victim’s name.

June 23 – Larceny. 300 block of Bayview Drive, Stumpy Point. Firearm stolen.

June 24 – Breaking and Entering. 100 block of Etheridge Road, Roanoke Island. Tools stolen.

June 29 – Larceny. 50000 block of Timber Trail, Frisco. Fishing rods stolen.

June 30 – Financial Card Fraud. 100 block of Creefs Ridge Road, Roanoke Island. Account information compromised.



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