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ONLY ON 3: Former cop charged with peeping makes first appearance

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WHITEVILLE, NC (WWAY) -- A former Fair Bluff police chief made his first appearance in court today.

Donald Brian Beauchaine is charged with 10 counts of secret peeping. Warrants show beauchaine was taking lewd pictures of a child with his cell phone in his Lake Waccamaw home.

Someone who lived with Beauchaine discovered the pictures and turned him in.

He is in the Columbus County Jail under $15,000 bond.

Beauchaine served as acting chief earlier this year.

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I hope he is in general

I hope he is in general population with some of the people he has arrested. What a perv. He looks inbred.

They do not put former

They do not put former police officers in general population.

Cops are as sick as Catholic

Cops are as sick as Catholic priests. Pathetic.

Many people associate with

Many people associate with folks with problems like this for years without knowing there is anything wrong:

http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/neuroskeptic/2009/11/23/brain-damage-p...

Have you ever met this man

Have you ever met this man or are you just making wild assumptions? Some people are just sick perverts that need to be stopped. Anyway, a brain injury doesn't necessarily take away a person's ability to judge between right and wrong.

Whatever this individual did

Whatever this individual did is between him and the Lord, but Columbus county is the least healthy county in the state for a reason. Too many people view all illness and abnormal behavior as inevitable and don't go to the doctor, or discuss their problems with people in the community who could help them. People who see this kind of behavior in loved ones need to reach out and get them help, before its too late. That is all I am saying.