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NHC Sheriff’s Office gives update after Hurricane Dorian

The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office gave an update today about its response to Hurricane Dorian, and the lessons learned from Hurricane Florence.

NC Sheriffs’ Association conference draws law enforcement from around state

Law Enforcement officers from around the state gathered in downtown Wilmington for the 97th Annual North Carolina Sheriff's Association Conference, including our local law enforcement.
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DA, sheriff ask state to investigate New Hanover Co. Schools’ handling of Kelly allegations

New Hanover County's district attorney and sheriff have asked the State Bureau of Investigation to look into how the school district handled the case of a former teacher who pleaded guilty last week to dozens of sex crimes involving students.
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Group bails moms out of jail ahead of Mother’s Day

Mother's Day is right around the corner, but not everyone will have the chance to celebrate this weekend.

Sheriff McMahon awarded Sheriff of the Year

The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics North Carolina has awarded New Hanover County Sheriff Ed McMahon the Sheriff of the Year award.
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Carolina Beach Town Council meeting draws a crowd

Carolina Beach Town Council met Tuesday night to discuss a variety of issues impacting citizens and tourists. Both students and parents spoke out about reported departures from the Carolina Beach Police Department.
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NHSO: Parkland shooting audio used in SRO training

The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office is incorporating the sounds from a recent school shooting to help train their school resource officers.
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Sheriff: Law enforcement investigates 50 school threat cases so far

The district attorney held another news conference inside the battleship, to talk school safety and how New Hanover and Pender County Schools are dealing with threats.
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District attorneys want to crack down on heroin traffickers

A $1 million bond. That's what District Attorneys Jon and Ben David want for those arrested for trafficking heroin and fentanyl.

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