Sunday 22 Sep 2019


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Law Enforcement Search For Suspect Near Schools

Two Wayne County schools take precautions as police search for a suspect nearby. Thursday afternoon, law enforcement informed Wayne County Public Schools they were actively searching for a suspect in […]

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Suspect Wanted For Possessing Stolen Property

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a suspect connected to a theft case. The sheriff’s office was investigating a location off St. Matthews Road in the

Suspect Allegedly Sold Stolen Items At Local Pawn Shop

A suspect is accused of selling stolen items at a Goldsboro pawn shop. On Friday, the Goldsboro Police Department was notified by the Duplin County Sheriff’s Office of

Jerry Forms In The Atlantic

Another storm is brewing out in the Atlantic. Tropical Storm Jerry officially formed this week.  The current storm track forecast has Jerry developing into a Hurricane, heading west

SJAFB Airmen Run To Honor POW/MIA (PHOTOS)

Team Seymour is remembering prisoners of war and those that are still missing in action. In honor of POW/MIA Week, Seymour Johnson Air Force Base is holding a 24-hour

Suspect Charged For August Armed Robbery

A Dudley resident is arrested for an August armed robbery. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office says 29-year-old Damion L. Harmon was taken into custody September 10th on charges

Suspect Charged For 2016 Murder

Goldsboro Police arrest a suspect for a 2016 murder.  Versean Jenkins of Goldsboro was shot on the 500 block of E. Elm Street on May 22nd, 2016.  The

WANTED: Lomack Deamonte’ Pridgen

The Goldsboro Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding a wanted person. 20-year-old Lomack Deamonte' Pridgen has warrants for: Breaking and Entering a Motor Vehicle Financial

U.S. Air Force Celebrates 72nd Birthday

Happy 72nd birthday to the United States Air Force!  On September 18th, 1947, the Army Air Force became the U.S. Air Force as a separate and equal element of

New Students Dine With UMO President & First Lady

When the University of Mount Olive President and First Lady David and Mary Poole welcome students and tell them, “We want you to consider this your home for