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Rape, larceny, breaking and entering among crimes reported on Southern Shores Police Department blotter

The Southern Shores Police Department has released its blotter for November, including crimes and arrests made.

Reported crimes/incidents:

November 7 – DOA; Turtle Pond Court, Southern Shores

November 8 – Possession of schedule I; N. Croatan Hwy, Southern Shores

November 11 – Rape; Skyline Rd., Southern Shores

November 13 – Injury to real property; E. Dogwood Trl., Southern Shores

November 13 – Larceny; Ocean Blvd, Southern Shores

November 17 – Breaking and entering; Wild Pony Ln., Southern Shores

November 19 – Fraud; Chicahauk Trl., Southern Shores

November 24 – DWI; Wright Memorial Bridge, Kitty Hawk

November 27 – Trespassing; Red Bay Ln., Southern Shores

November 28 – Possession of schedule I; Ocean Blvd., Southern Shores

November 30 – Identity Theft; Ocean View Loop, Southern Shores

Reported arrests/charges:

November 8 – Aaron James Hux of Nags Head. Possession of schedule I, possession of schedule III, possession of drug paraphernalia, open container, outstanding warrant served.

November 8 – Celia Nicole Davis of Nags Head. Possession of schedule I, possession of schedule III, possession of drug paraphernalia, open container, resist/delay/obstruct.

November 17 – Michael Steven Rosso of Southern Shores. Breaking and entering.

November 24 – Zachary Lambeth Roberts of Raleigh. Driving while impaired, carrying

concealed firearm, possession of concealed firearm after consuming, speeding; possession of marijuana; possession of marijuana paraphernalia; outstanding warrant served.

November 28 – William Curtis Crawley of Southern Shores. Possession of schedule I, possession of drug paraphernalia.

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