Police in Jacksonville is searching for a man described as a white male, 5’7″, 150-160 pounds with brown hair.
Police are seen with dogs, and guns in the area of Country Club Golf Course.
The man police are looking for is Daniel Walter England III, who was last seen wearing an orange jail jumpsuit.
Police say England was being transported to a medical appointment today when a struggle ensued with the transporting deputy, according to Jacksonville Police Department. England was able to escape and fled on foot in the area of the Jacksonville Country Club Golf Course and headed towards the woods.
March For Our Lives event held in Greenville
Over 120 people will be rallying today in Greenville NC as part of the March For Our Lives rally that’s focused in Washington, D.C.
Students, teachers and others from around the world will march to demand the end to gun violence and mass shootings in our schools.
Eastern NC will participate in the March at the Pitt County Courthouse starting at 12 noon.
The event happening in Pitt County this afternoon is organized by students and parents.
This event is a non-partisan event with no divisiveness behind it, according to organizers.
Stricter gun control and legislative change is the goal around the world today.
Onslow County Schools refuse to release the name of sub. teacher that duct taped student’s mouth
Onslow County Schools will NOT be releasing the name of a substitute teacher at Dixon Elementary who “briefly” duct-taped the mouths of four students Monday.
Director Of Community Affairs at Onslow County Schools, Brent Anderson, said in a press released that the incident happened Monday at Dixon Elementary School. He said that the school’s assistant principal “immediately entered the room and made sure the tape was removed and any further action stopped.”
Anderson claims that the Onslow County School system is “shocked and outraged by this behavior” and that they will not “tolerate it now or in the future.” Anderson may be naive to the fact that, things like this happen in Onslow County Schools almost every day but it’s not “addressed” until it becomes an issue and the public has knowledge of it. Hopefully, Onslow County Schools can also address the bullying by teachers to students in Onslow County Schools rather than agreeing to arm teachers in Onslow County Schools.
In the press release, Anderson “assured” that the substitute teacher who identity is unknown, “was immediately removed from any further duties, as well as removed from substituting in the future with the Onslow County School District.”
Dixon Elementary School Principal Glenn Reed spoke to parents and the students involved, assuring them that the teacher would not return.
One arrested for Jacksonville’s St. Patrick’s Day murder
The family of a man who was killed over the weekend in Jacksonville will never be able to see their loved-one again, but tonight the accused killer is behind bars.
Police say, John V. Deavers, 28, of Estate Drive in Jacksonville is accused of assaulting and stealing money from 28-year-old William Young.
Captain Ashley Weaver with Jacksonville Police Department said that Young was assaulted around 6:45 pm.m Saturday near Ronnie’s Classic Auto Sales on Gum Branch Road. The two men knew each other, according to officials.
Young returned to his apartment later Saturday where he died as a result of his injury, according to Weaver.
He was found dead in his Indian Drive apartment Sunday Morning.
Officials say they charged Deavers Thursday night with an open count of murder and common law robbery.
He is in the Onslow County Jail without bond.
Anyone with additional information is asked to contact JPD Detective Jason Lagana at 910-938-6414 or email@example.com or Crime Stoppers at 910-938-3273. Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards of up to $2,500 for information leading to apprehension or arrest. Callers to Crime Stoppers are not required to reveal their identities. Information can also be anonymously texted via Text-A-Tip by typing TIP4CSJAX and your message to 274637. Refer to Case 18-02617 when calling or texting about this case.