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Rose Hill man accused of identity theft

Updated: 02/01/2016 - A Duplin County man is accused of making financial transactions in another person's name with information he found on the internet.

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Community colleges weigh differing costs by campus

Posted: 01/18/2016 - North Carolina community college leaders could decide whether to let schools charge more as they search for money to upgrade equipment to train workers for jobs in manufacturing and health care.

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Calypso man accused of felony child abuse

Updated: 01/08/2016 - Erick Garcia-Sanchez of Calypso was arrested Wednesday after an investigation by the Duplin County Sheriff's Office and the Department of Social Services.

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Missing Duplin County man found dead

Posted: 01/07/2016 - Duplin County Sheriff Blake Wallace tells WITN News that Michael Lynch's body was discovered in a ditch off West Park Road, not far from where he was last seen.

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Duplin County robbery caught on camera

Updated: 01/05/2016 - The Duplin County Sheriff's Office wants your help in identifying a person seen on video involved in a robbery last month.

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Suspect sought in Duplin County armed robbery

Updated: 12/20/2015 - Police in one eastern Carolina town say they're looking for a suspect in an armed robbery, and exploring whether the crime is connected to a similar one in a neighboring town.

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Pink Hill man jailed on meth charges

Updated: 12/16/2015 - Jay Houston is charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of pre-cursor chemicals for production of meth, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Teen charged with armed home invasion

Updated: 12/09/2015 - Duplin County Sheriff Blake Wallace says Joshua Compean of Albertson is charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon, and attempted felony larceny.

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Maysville could face more wastewater fines

Updated: 12/08/2015 - After the town of Maysville received several notices of violation for the levels of contaminants in the wastewater leaving their treatment plant, the Division of Water Resources continues to monitor their operations, which could lead to even more penalties for the town.

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