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Boiling Spring Lakes

Southport man pleads to assault charges

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A man pleaded No Contest to two counts of Misdemeanor Assault on a Female in Brunswick County District Court. Full story...
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BSL neighbors battle over level of Spring Lake

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video It looks like the spring is not the only thing boiling in Boiling Spring Lakes. So are tempers. Neighbors are battling over just how high the city should let Spring Lake be. Full story...
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Son of former BSL police chief pleads guilty to firearm charges

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The son of a former Boiling Spring Lakes police chief has pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm by a felon. Full story...
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BSL commissioners decide again to donate money to fire department

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videoA Boiling Spring Lakes city leader called a special council meeting today after he says he received important information about the fire department. Mayor Pro Tem Charlie Carroll said the department was not honest when it got council to donate money for a piece of equipment. Others said that's not the case. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: New details emerge as prostitution suspects appear in court

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video The five suspects connected to a prostitution investigation in Boiling Spring Lakes appeared before a judge today. Meanwhile, we're learning more about the crimes they're accused of committing. Full story...
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Police: Firefighter arrested in BSL prostitution case; cop was robbed during encounter

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video Police say two more people have been arrested in connection with a prostitution case in Boiling Spring Lakes, including a firefighter. Meanwhile, investigators say a police officer arrested in the case was robbed during the incident in question. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Northwest cop quit before prostitution arrest; warrant details allegations

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videoLast week he was a police officer. Today he's out of a job and has been in and out of jail. A former Northwest police officer was charged in connection to an ongoing prostitution investigation in another Brunswick County town. Full story...
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Black bear found dead on roadside in Brunswick Co.

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videoA Black Bear was found dead on the side of Highway 87 near South Brunswick High School Wednesday morning. Witnesses say the Black Bear was hit by a vehicle some time on Tuesday night, ultimately killing it. Full story...
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BSL Police arrest two men on prostitution charge involving minor

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videoBoiling Spring Lakes Police have charged two Brunswick County men in connection with a prostitution investigation that began in November. Full story...
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Court cases of former BSL police chief, son continued

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The court cases of former Boiling Spring Lakes Police Chief Emmett Ballree and his son Michael have been continued. Full story...
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BSL Police investigate crash involving motorcycle, tractor trailer

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Boiling Spring Lakes Police are investigating a traffic crash this morning that seriously injured a woman on NC 87/George II Highway just inside of the city limits. Full story...
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BSL mayor not guilty of assault, sexual battery charges

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A judge found Boiling Spring Lakes Mayor Richard White not guilty today of three counts of sexual battery and one count of assaulting a female. Full story...
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One dead in BSL wreck

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videoOne person is dead after a car crash in Boiling Spring Lakes. Police say the accident happened on East Boiling Spring Road between North Shore Drive and Nassau Drive. Full story...
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BSL searching for suspects in car break-ins, thefts

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video Boiling Spring Lakes Police are looking for suspects in a rash of crimes overnight, including three stolen cars and eight more vehicle break-ins. Full story...
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Boiling Spring Lakes names new police chief

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video The City of Boiling Spring Lakes has a new Chief of Police. Lt. Bradford Shirley of the Graham Police Department will start in his new position January 22, 2013, according to a press release from the city. Full story...
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