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Southern Shores Police Department crime blotter for August 2020

The Southern Shores Police Department has released its crime blotter for August 2020, which includes crimes reported as well as arrests.

Reported crimes

August 3 – B&E of Motor Vehicle, 13th Ave., Southern Shores August 8 – B&E, 7th Ave, Southern Shores

August 9 – Possession of Schedule VI, Duck Rd., Southern Shores

August 10 – Larceny of Bicycle, 11th Ave., Southern Shores

August 11 – Injury to Real Property, Trinitie Trl., Southern Shores

August 12 – Injury to Personal Property, Food Lion, Southern Shores

August 18 – Larceny of Bicycle, E. Dogwood Trl., Southern Shores

August 18 – Possession of Schedule III, US 158/Birch Ln., Kitty Hawk

August 26 – Possession of Schedule II, Juniper Trl, Southern Shores

August 27 – Possession of Schedule II and Schedule IV, N. Croatan Hwy., Kitty Hawk

August 29 – Possession of Schedule IV and Marijuana, N. Dogwood Trl., Southern Shores

August 29 – Simple Assault, Chicahauk Trl., Southern Shores

August 29 – Assault on Female, 9th Ave., Southern Shores

August 30 – B&E of Motor Vehicle, Hickory Trl., Southern Shores

August 31 – Larceny of Prescription Drugs, Mizzen Mast Ln., Southern Shores

August 31 – Unlawful Removal of Political Signs, Fern Ln., Southern Shores


Sabrin Meshal Ismail of Kill Devil Hills for failure to appear (warrant served).

Thomas Bruce Warren III of Pasadena, Md. for speeding, DWI and child abuse.

Brendan Keane Murphy of Corolla for speeding, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Maria Lynn Staley of Kill Devil Hills for DWI.

Robert Holden Evans of Nags Head for driving while license revoked, revoked while possessing an out of state license, open container.

Robert Bradshaw Furr Jr. of Southern Shores for breaking and entering and larceny (warrant).

William Curtis Crawley of Southern Shores for possession of marijuana.

Akilah M. Engle of Harrisburg, Pa. for possession of marijuana.

Chad Joseph Lapierre of Nags Head for failure to pay child support.

Dale Alfred Caswell of Kitty Hawk for possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana paraphernalia.

Kyle Hunter Fralley of Newtown, Conn. for DWI, driving after consuming, consuming alcohol underage, speeding.

Carlos Stephen Gomez of Southern Shores for hit and run.

Samuel Sandler of Nags Head for possession of schedule II, possession with intent to sell/deliver, maintaining a vehicle/dwelling, drug equipment violation, possession of schedule IV, fugitive from justice.

Ken Alexanian Kelley of Southern Shores for possession of marijuana, possession of schedule IV, possession with intent to sell/deliver, maintaining a dwelling, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, possession of drug paraphernalia.

Dalton Gene Hyde of Southern Shores for assault on female.

Susan Gayle Chaney of Southern Shores for possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana paraphernalia.

Tyrell Dsean Boykin of Elizabeth City for possession of schedule II, possession with intent to sell/deliver, maintaining a vehicle/dwelling.



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