The following information is obtained from the Carolina Beach Police Department on a weekly basis.
Philip Harrell (33), 1500 block of Carolina Beach Ave. N., reported on February 27th of being a victim of Larceny. The case is under investigation.
Carolina Beach Boatyard and Marina, 900 block of Basin Rd., reported on February 28th of being a victim of larceny. The case is under investigation.
Susan McClelland (60), 1200 block of S. Lake Park Blvd., reported on February 28th of being a victim of Damage to Property. The case has been closed.
Sea Merchant, 200 block of Cape Fear Blvd., reported on March 1st of being a victim of Larceny. The case is under investigation.
Michael Dienes (39), 200 block of Cape Fear Blvd., reported on March 2nd of being a victim of Financial Transaction Card Fraud. The case is under investigation.
Clifford Sheaf (49), 400 block of N. Third St., reported on March 5th of being a victim of Assault. The case is closed.
Raymond Hamm (50), 400 block of N. Fourth St., was arrested on February 27th in the 400 block of Wilson Ave. for Indecent Exposure.
Evelyn George (50), 900 block of Basin Rd., was arrested on March 1st in the 900 block of Basin Rd., for Sell/Deliver Schedule IV Controlled Substance and Possession with Intent to Manufacture/Sell/Deliver Scheduled IV Controlled Substance.
Michael Passmore (28), 800 block of Rocky Mount Ave., was arrested on March 4th in the 800 block of Rocky Mount Ave., for warrants from another agency.
Susan Marshall (62), 1200 block of Searay Ln., was issued a Town Civil Citation on March 3rd on the Beach Strand for having Animals At Large.
Stephen Mercer (23), 600 block of Chestnut St., was issued Freeman Park Citations for No Freeman Park Permit, operating a Vehicle Below the High Tide Line and Abandoning a Vehicle
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