Wanted suspect Christopher Naquan French has been located and arrested. All four wanted suspects have been located and arrested.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
February 9, 2017
The Southern Pines Police Department Announces:
Multiple Charges Related to Vehicle Breaking or Entering...
We are pleased to announce the stolen statue has been recovered thanks to some good old fashioned police work by Investigator Brandon Lugabihl. Additionally, a suspect has been identified as well.
The Southern Pines Police Department is seeking assistance from the public to locate a six foot greenish/gray metal sculpture. The sculpture of a pelican stands on a wooden base and weighs 100 pounds. The sculpture was taken during a recent home burglary and may have been sold or attempted to be sold at a local consignment shop. If any member of the public has seen or has any information about the stolen pelican sculpture please contact Investigator Brandon Lugabihl at 910-692-2732 ext. 2855 or the Southern Pines Police Department Tip Line at 910-693-4110.
Please Note: the hat is not part of the sculpture. The head is that of a pelican.
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Tonight, 6:30 p.m. at Carthage Elementary School
Tonight, members of the Pinecrest High School Speech and Debate team, along with their coach, Ms. Ann Petersen, will present a brief summary of the highlights of their team’s recent competitive endeavors as well as their opportunities for advanced competition in the future. Clay Cooper will delight the members of the Board of Education, Dr. Grimesey, and the community with one of the pieces that he will be using in future competitions.