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Sheriff Ernie Coleman and the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office is proud to partner with Kingdom Builders.
On 3-20-2015, Investigators with the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office Drug Unit and Alcohol Law Enforcement Division executed a search warrant on Rodney Lamont Albritton's residence located at 105 Anderson Place in Washington.
On February 23, 2015, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a report of a Breaking & Entering and Larceny that occurred at a residence on Bear Creek Road in Grimesland.
I have attached a copy of the death investigation report conducted by DHHS.
On 2-4-2015, Investigators with the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office Drug Unit arrested Michael Wayne Stocks, Paula Christine Watson, and Christopher Lee Sutton, charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine
On February 2nd, 2015 at approximately 3:48 pm the School Resource Officer assigned to Washington High School received a report of a weapon offense that occurred on the school campus earlier that day.
On January 24, 2015, Deputies with the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office responded to the Beaufort County Detention Center after a Detention Officer reported contraband was found on an inmate who had turned himself in to serve a probation violation sentence.
On 01-23-2015, Investigators with the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office Drug Unit arrested Philip Zachary Tankard, 34 years of age, of 1092 Old Bath Highway in Washington.
On December 22, 2014, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a report of a Sex Offense that occurred in a wooded area off of Hwy 306 in Aurora. Investigators collected evidence and started an investigation.
On Saturday, May 24, 2014 the Washington Police Department arrested Rodney Darnell Putney, age 25, of Washington Street Washington.
On March 17, 2014 the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a report of a sex offense against a minor that occurred at residences in Washington and Bath, NC.
If you've ever wondered why we at the Observer are stickers for enforcement of the Open Meetings law this story will amply demonstrate the problem of governing boards meeting in secret session to make various decisions.
Sheriff Alan Jordan made known to the county manager that I, a Beaufort County Commissioner, would not be allowed to enter "his building" if I showed up to accompany the structural engineer on his inspection of the building. This happened on Thursday April 10th.
On May 6, 2014, voters will go to the polls to select the Republican nominee for the general election in November. As in all political races, it is important the voter makes an informed decision. To that end, I would like to present some information to help clarify a few key issues.
Five of the nine announced candidates for Sheriff of Beaufort County addressed the Beaufort Patriot TEA Party on January 16, 2014. They were Todd Alligood, Gary Blount, Ernie Coleman, Donald Dixon and Harry Meredith.
We want to commend Mr. Klemm for finally trying to explain his position on the jail. The problem is, his position is both a distortion of the truth and a faulty
First, on the point of not being able to envision being put in a position of having to decide whether to enforce a law or order that was contrary to the constitution, let us just say this to those candidates.
Come meet and greet the sheriff candidates, both Democrat and Republican, that are seeking that political office in the next general election here in Beaufort County.
If you have never been deceived or lied to you may want to stop reading now. The rest of this article will have no meaning to you.
The taping of such meetings also produces a permanent record of what went on. If the County Clerk needs to review the video to insure accuracy of the minutes, the record is there.
The Beaufort County Jail is a big issue these days, and that's a shame. There are so many more problems with the Sheriff's Department that the jail is actually distracting attention from addressing those problems.
I want to take this opportunity to address the issue of building a new jail in Beaufort County. Building a law enforcement complex that includes the jail has been a topic for more than fifteen years, and will probably be for another fifteen years.
Donald Dixon has told the Beaufort County Commission how to solve the jail problem: Elect him Sheriff. He appeared before the board at its regular monthly meeting Monday (10-7-13) night and spoke during the public comment section of the agenda.
Sheriff Jordan is still whining and barking about Commissioner Hood Richardson. Jordan is a slow learner.
First, the Sheriff cannot shift members of the Office to different positions without budgetary approval from the Commissioners.
An incident last week in the Beaufort County Jail has profound significance, in our opinion. Sheriff Alan Jordan severely abused his authority by having a Beaufort County commissioner forcibly removed from the jail simply because the commissioner disagreed with a decision that was proposed.
It is the duty of every sworn law enforcement officer to enforce the law. That goes without say. But it is also the duty of every officer to obey the law. But that is not always the case.
Many Americans have known for a long time that the IRS is a rogue agency that will readily break the law to accomplish its "mission."
The Beaufort County Board of Commissioners, meeting in a special called meeting Tuesday (6-18-13), heard reports from its staff about what caused the problems that resulted in the county jail being evacuated.
The silence in Beaufort County is almost deafening. The Feds and "Homeland Security", under the guise of target practice and training, are buying well over 1.5 BILLION rounds of ammo.
On February 20, 2013 at approximately 10:00 pm, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a report of an assault with shots fired at a residence on Cherry Road in Washington, NC.
Harry W. Meredith, Jr., retired Chief Deputy of the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, today announced his candidacy for Sheriff of Beaufort County. Meredith hopes to be elected to replace retiring Sheriff R. Alan Jordan, with whom he served for 13 years.