Archived Crimes

Scam Alert

A new scam was perpetrated on a Kill Devil Hills resident where the caller advised they were reaching out on behalf of a company attempting to refund money to the victim. The scammer convinced the victim to provide him access to her computer and bank account.

Scam Alert I

A Kill Devil Hills resident reported a scam where a man named “David Collins” represented himself as a UPS employee and informed her that she had won $100,000 in a contest. To facilitate receiving her winnings, the victim was directed to send money through Western Union to a UPS official in Effingham, South Carolina. Initial contact with the victim was made via a Facebook friend whose account had been hacked.

Scam Alert III

Two Kill Devil Hills residents have been contacted by a male with a heavy accent representing himself as an IRS agent collecting fines and tax penalties.  The number the male was calling from in one case was (918) 725-2228 and in another a computerized voice message from the IRS came from (202) 738 1919. A check of both numbers online reveal they are associated with multiple IRS scam complaints going back several weeks. If you would like to file an official complaint with the IRS, please follow this link: www.treasury.gov/tigta/contact_report_scam.shtml.

Scam Alert IV

A resident in Kill Devil Hills was contacted by a male representing himself to be from the “NC Clerk’s Office” saying he had papers that needed to be served and attempting to obtain personal information from the individual. The male was described as rude and aggressive. There is no “NC Clerk’s Office” in North Carolina: each county operates their own Clerk of Courts office. The number the male was calling from was 845-817-5303; attempts to contact anyone at that number were unsuccessful.

Scam Alert V

Several jurisdictions have received calls regarding a male identifying himself as Dwight Garrison who claims to be a deputy with an unknown agency. The male is calling people at their home and alleging they have failed to appear in court on various offenses. The male then explains the matter can be resolved by simply paying a fine via PayPal to his department. The male suspect is calling from a Verizon based cell phone. The number he is using is 252-722-6528.

Scam Alert VI

A new round of calls purportedly to be from Dominion Power have been reported to local law enforcement. The callers attempt to obtain money by posing a bill collectors for Dominion. Targets of the scam have reported some callers having a foreign accent.

Scam Alert VI

A new scam targeting elderly residents has been reported to Kitty Hawk Police Department. The scammers go to great lengths to appear legitimate.

The scam unfolded like this: A Kitty Hawk resident received a call that she’d won the Publishers Clearinghouse sweepstakes prize of $2.5 million and a new car. She was told that the company would need to collect $10,000 to pay taxes for the prize, and that a representative of the company would be by her residence to deliver $200,000 of the prize money and that the rest would be sent via UPS. The victim was told that Publishers Clearinghouse was working with Outer Banks Chevrolet to provide the vehicle and that she should go to the dealership to test drive the car.

In the meantime, the scammers called Outer Banks Chevrolet representing themselves as the victim’s nephew. The dealership was told that the “nephew” would be making a surprise purchase of a vehicle for the victim and to keep it a secret. The “nephew” told the dealership which car the victim should test drive. The victim did go to the dealership and test drove the car, helping to bolster the legitimacy of the scammers.

Thanks to the intervention of a local bank, the victim was not defrauded, however others may not be so fortunate. The scammer called from a Las Vegas area phone number (702) 490-0558. The number (914) 315-2386 has also been reported as used by the scammers.  The victim’s house was surveilled by police during the time the scammers advised they’d be by deliver the balance of the prize money, but nobody ever showed up.

Crime Line strongly encourages anyone receiving an unexpected windfall to look carefully into their “prize”. Legitimate prizes and sweepstakes never ask for money from the winners and rarely does anybody randomly win a prize, lottery, contest or other game of chance that they have not participated in.

 

 

Dare Community Crime Line is a vital bridge between the Dare County community of citizens and law enforcement officials. We actively facilitate neighborhood safety and security by providing an anonymous, safe way to report suspected crimes and by financially rewarding those tips that lead to an actual arrest.

 

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Data Breach

Anthem (formerly known as Wellpoint) is the second-largest health insurer in the United States. The company operates plans including Anthem Blue Cross, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Amerigroup and Healthlink. The information stolen from the insurance giant includes names, birthdays, medical IDs, social security numbers, street addresses, e-mail addresses and employment information, including income data. While damage is still being assessed, the compromised database contained up to 80 million customer records. If you have insurance through this carrier, take steps to protect your privacy now.

DARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE:


Stolen Trophy: A blue marlin mount used as a trophy in the annual Marlin Bowl between First Flight High School and Manteo High School was stolen on September 5th, 2016 from Manteo High School. If you have information regarding the location of the marlin, please contact Crime Line through the tip line or online submission form, or the Dare County Sheriff’s Office Directly at (252) 475-5980.

Motor Vehicle B&E’s: The Dare County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a series of motor vehicle breaking and enterings that occurred in Colington Harbor.  These crimes took place between November 29, 2015 at about 11:00pm to November 30, 2015 at 9:00am. Items stolen as a result of these crimes are as follows: US currency, US coins, am/fm car stereo, and black Costa sunglasses.  In addition, two body boards were stolen from one of the residences.  The body boards are described one being black, blue, and white and the second black, red, and yellow. Anyone having information about these crimes is asked to contact the Dare County Sheriff’s Office at 252-473-3444 or the Dare Community Crime Line at 252-473-3111.

Stolen Property: Sometime during the month of January 2015 a autopilot unit was stolen from a boat under construction from a local boat builder in Wanchese,NC.  The autopilot unit is a Garmin GHP10.  The unit is made up of four components; a control head, course computer, electronic control, and a hydraulic pump.  Most of the wire harness was taken with the unit as well. Anyone with information about this larceny is asked to call the Dare County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Scott Rodriguez at 252-473-3444 or Dare Community Crime Line at 252-473-3111

Residential B&E:  A residence in Baum Bay was reported broken into on June 22, 2014.  A number of items were stolen (money, medication, etc.) but one unique item taken was a men’s Pittsburgh Steelers replica Super Bowl ring with Ben Roethlisberger’s name on the side.

Stolen Boat Trailer:  On June 17, 2014 a boat trailer was reported stolen from a fenced and locked lot in Wanchese.  The trailer was last known to be secure in the area on March 27. The trailer is a  26 foot 2008 Road King VT two axle trailer, with a board across the front that is covered with black turf type material with white plastic guide post on each side and has a Joes Marine sticker on the side.  The trailer is a flat bottom skiff trailer, aluminum, model RKAS, with NC registration BZ96920.

Firearm Larceny:  The Dare County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on an automotive breaking and entering and larceny of a firearm that occurred in Martin’s Point, NC.  On January 1, 2014 a Remington Model 700, 7 millimeter rifle was stolen out of a vehicle on January 1, 2014.  This rifle has a stainless steel barrel, wood stock, camouflage shoulder strap, and a Nikon scope.  Anybody who has seen this firearm or has any knowledge of it is encouraged to call Investigator Scott Rodriguez at 252-475-5980 or the Dare County Crime Line.

Business B&E:  Wanchese Fish Company on Mill Landing Road, Wanchese, was forcibly entered during the night of 12/22/13 and an attempt was made to steal the safe.

Vandalism:  On December 2, 2013   Several houses in in the 56000 block of NC12, Hatteras were vandalized when unknown suspects threw porch furniture and other items from upper level decks causing damage to various items.

ENHANCED REWARD:  In addition to the reward offered by Crime Line, the victims in these cases have decided to offer a $1,000 reward for information leading to the identification and arrest of a suspect.

 

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Felony Larceny:  On April 18, 2013 a blue and gray Yamaha 25hp outboard boat motor was stolen from a subject in Manns Harbor.  The motor was removed from the boat and stolen along with the bolts and a red 6 gallon gas can with about 3 gallons of fuel in it.  Gas can also had a siphon pump.  The motor has a three-fin propeller.

Felony Larceny:    On the morning of Friday, April 5, 2013,  a W/F described as 40 – 50 years of age, above average height, “thick-boned,” with shoulder length brown hair,  entered the Silver Bonsai Gallery in Manteo and began asking tourist-type questions.  One of the owners was working on a setting a loose diamond at the back of the gallery at the working station.  When the owner turned around to go to a back cabinet, the suspect went behind the counter.   The owner found her there and asked her to step back around the counter and at this time the W/F left the gallery.  The owner was the only person working in the gallery at the time and no other customers were there.   The owner discovered the diamond missing after the suspect left.  The diamond is described as a .49 karat, SI2 (clarity), J (color), round (cut), with some major chips on the pavilion.  Replacement value is $1500.00.

DUCK:


Stolen Golf Cart:  10-3-2016-stolen-golf-cart-duckAn electric golf cart was stolen from the 1400 block of Duck Road sometime between 11:00 p.m. October 1, 2016 and 11:45 a.m. on October 2, 2016. The golf cart is a “Precedent” model with a ’61’ sticker on the side. A battery charger was stolen with the cart. (Dogs in the photo are accounted for.) Information about the location of the cart or the persons responsible for the theft may be submitted through Crime Line or the Duck Police Department.

Breaking and Entering with Larceny: In April 2015 a residence in the 130 block of Quarterdeck Drive was discovered to have been broken into. Entry was forcible and a number of flat screen televisions were stolen

Breaking and Entering with Larceny: In April 2015 a residence in the 1300 block of Duck Road was discovered to have been broken into. The suspect removed the realtor’s lock box from the exterior of the residence and accessed the key inside in order ot make entry into the house. A number of flat screen televisions were stolen.

–LOCATED Stolen Gun: A Walther P38 9mm handgun with two 8 round magazines was stolen some time around March 30, 2016. The gun was in a leather holster with the victim’s name stitched in the holster. There is a serial number match on the gun and magazine. Report number 160402034.–LOCATED

Larceny: On November 15, 2014 Duck PD received a report of a white in color BIC Ace Tech 11′ 6″ Stand Up Paddle Board with a red traction pad attached stolen from the 1200 block of Duck Rd on or about November 8, 2014.  The board was valued at $950.

SOUTHERN SHORES:


Persons of Interest:  Southern Shores is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the individuals in this photo. If you can help, please call Crime Line or if you would prefer, you can contact the Southern Shores Police Department directly at (252) 261-3331.

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Scams: Southern Shores PD reports some  residents have been receiving fraudulent phone calls attempting to obtain money saying loved ones are in jail.

 

Felony Larceny:  On November 9, 2014 a larceny was reported from a residence in the 140 block of Holly Trail. Items stolen included silverware, a man’s wedding band and a man’s ruby ring valued at approximately $1200.

 

010614 CVS FD3010614 CVS FD Credit Card Fraud:  On 1-4-13 a Southern Shores resident reported his credit cards missing.  These cards were used fraudulently on 1-6-14 at several store in Dare and Currituck county. A female and male have been identified as suspects and SSPD is seeking assistance in determining their identity.  The female in the photo was taken by security camera on 1-6-14 at approximately 1430hrs at CVS in Southern Shores.

 

 

 

 

 

KITTY HAWK:


Residential B&E: On Wednesday April 6, 2016 a residential break-in was reported at 5100 N. VA Dare Trail. During this break-in several flat screen TV’s were taken. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information about this crime. Anyone with information pertaining to this crime is encouraged to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895 or The Dare Community Crime line 252-473-3111. Dare Community Crime Line actively facilitates neighborhood safety and security by providing an anonymous, safe way to report suspected crimes and by financially rewarding those tips that lead to an actual arrests.

Residential B&E: On Thursday, March 24, 2016 a residential break-in was reported at 109 West Tateway Road. During this break-in a large flat screen color TV was stolen. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information about this crime. Anyone with information pertaining to this crime is encouraged to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895 or The Dare County Crime Line at 252-473-3111.

Residential B&E: On Friday March, 11, 2016, a residential break-in was reported at 4926 N. VA Dare Trail. During this break-in several flat screen TV’s were taken. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information about this crime. Anyone with information pertaining to this crime is encouraged to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895 or The Dare Community Crime line 252-473-3111. Dare Community Crime Line actively facilitates neighborhood safety and security by providing an anonymous, safe way to report suspected crimes and by financially rewarding those tips that lead to an actual arrests.

Residential B&E’s: On Thursday March 3rd, 2016, several residential break-ins were reported in the 4200 block of Lindbergh Ave. During these break-ins large flat screen TV’s were taken. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information about these crimes. Anyone with information pertaining to these crimes is encouraged to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895 or The Dare Community Crime line 252-473-3111. Dare Community Crime Line actively facilitates neighborhood safety and security by providing an anonymous, safe way to report suspected crimes and by financially rewarding those tips that lead to an actual arrests.

Residential B&E: On Wednesday, March 2, 2016, a residential break-in was reported at 5009 N. VA Dare Trail. During this break-in a large flat screen TV was taken. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information about this crime. Anyone with information pertaining to this crime is encouraged to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895 or The Dare Community Crime line 252-473-3111. Dare Community Crime Line actively facilitates neighborhood safety and security by providing an anonymous, safe way to report suspected crimes and by financially rewarding those tips that lead to an actual arrests.

Business B&E: Sometime during the evening hours of Tuesday night (January 6, 201) and Wednesday morning (January 7, 2016) several business break-ins occurred at 3701 N. Croatan Hwy  “Dune Shops” in Kitty Hawk. Cash was taken during the business break-ins. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information related to this crime. If you have any information please contact The Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3985 or The Dare Community Crime line at 252-473-3111. Dare Community Crime Line actively facilitates neighborhood safety and security by providing an anonymous, safe way to report suspected crimes and by financially rewarding those tips that lead to an actual arrests.

Breaking and Entering: On Monday January 5, 2016 two different residential break-ins were reported to the Kitty Hawk Police Department. The first break-in occurred at 127 East Tateway Road where a door was kicked in and nothing was taken. The second break-in occurred at 4316 N. VA Dare Trl where front door was kicked in. A large size flat screen TV was taken from this residence. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information about these crimes. Anyone with information pertaining to these crimes is encouraged to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895 or The Dare County Crime Line 252-473-3111. Dare Community Crime Line actively facilitates neighborhood safety and security by providing an anonymous, safe way to report suspected crimes and by financially rewarding those tips that lead to an actual arrests.

Residential B&E: On Thursday 12/03/2015 a residential break-in was reported in the 5000 block of Ride Lane. During this break-in several flat screen TV’s and other electronics were taken. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information about this crime. Anyone with information pertaining to this crime is encouraged to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895 or The Dare Community Crime line 252-473-3111. There is a reward up to $1000 for information leading to an arrest or recovery of the stolen property.

Residential Break-in: On Sunday November 22, 2015 a residential break-in was reported at 101 Ocean Greens Court. During this break-in several flat screen TV’s and other electronics were taken. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information about this crime. Anyone with information pertaining to this crime is encouraged to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895 or the Dare Community Crime Line.

Burglary: On Thursday, September 10, 2015  a residential burglary was reported at 3900 Ivy Lane. During this burglary a purple Coach purse and Hobo wallet were stolen. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information about this crime. Anyone with information pertaining to this crime is encouraged to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895 or The Dare County Crime Line 252-473-3111.

Vehicle B&E’s: During the weekend of 07/16/2015 through 07/20/2015 several vehicle break-ins were reported in the Lindbergh Ave area of Kitty Hawk. Several guns and other personal property were stolen during the break-ins. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information about these crimes. Anyone with information pertaining to these crimes is encouraged to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895 or The Dare County CrimeLine.

Residential B&E: On June 29, 2015 a home in the 3500 block of Bay Drive was broken into and 3 flat screen TV’s were stolen. Also stolen was a Gateway computer. A light grey or silver SUV was reported in the driveway of the residence around 5:00 p.m.

Business B&E: Sometime between Saturday , May 30th, 2015 and Sunday morning, May 31, 2015 a business break-in occurred at 120 E. Kitty Hawk Road “Hurricane Mo’s Restaurant” in Kitty Hawk. Cash was taken during the business break-in. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information related to this crime. If you have any information please contact The Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3985 or The Dare Community Crime line at 252-473-3111.

Enhanced Reward: The owners of Hurricane Mo’s are offering an addition $1000 reward for information leading to the identification of the individual(s) involved in this crime.

Breaking and Entering: On Saturday, February 7, 2015 a residential break-in was reported at 3708 N. VA Dare Trl. During this break-in a Vizio 39 inch flat screen color TV was stolen. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information about this crime. Anyone with information pertaining to this crime is encouraged to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895 or The Dare County CrimeLine.

Larceny: On November 2, 2014 a GMW Model RX50 scooter was stolen from the 100 block of Woodard Street.

Wanted Person:  The Kitty Hawk Police Department has obtained warrants for Felony Larceny and Felony Possession of Stolen Goods on Kelsey Ronnell Moore, Black Male, DOB 05/09/1977, last known address 171 Bagley Swamp Road Winfall, NC 27985. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information on the location of Kelsey Moore. If you have any information please contact The Dare Community Crime Line at 252-473-3111 or The Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895.

Residential B&E’s:  The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking information about several residential break ins located in the 3700 Block of North VA Dare Trail during the weekend of 10/04/2013 – 10/07/2013. Property damage only occurred during the break ins. Anyone with information pertaining to these crimes is encouraged to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895 or The Dare County Crime line 252-473-3111.

Injury to Property:  Some time between 03/29/2013 – 04/02/2013 the Kitty Hawk Bath house at 3840 N. Virginia Dare Trail was struck by vandals.  Over $2000 worth of damage was done to fixtures and the structure.  Anyone with information pertaining to this crime is encouraged to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3895 or Dare County Crime Line.

Felony Larceny:  On Tuesday March 12, 2013 a Coast Spas Cascade II hot tub was reported stolen from Daniel’s Homeports at 3830 N. Croatan Hwy in Kitty Hawk. The hot tub was described as being brown / black in color and is valued at $13,000.00. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Kitty Hawk Police Department at (252) 261-3895 or Dare County Crime Line.

Business B&E:  Sometime between Saturday night 07/06/2013 and Sunday morning 07/07/2013 a business break in occurred at 6150 North Croatan Highway “Kitty Hawk Kayaks” in Kitty Hawk. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information related to this crime. If you have any information please contact The Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3985 or The Dare Community Crime line at 252-473-3111.

Business B&E: Sometime between Saturday May 25, 2013, and Sunday morning May 26, 2013, a business break-in occurred at 3701 North Croatan Highway, the “158 Surf and Skate” in Kitty Hawk. A total of $10,000 in merchandise was taken. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information related to this crime. If you have any information please contact The Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3985 or The Dare Community Crime Line at 252-473-3111.

Business B&E:  Some time between Saturday, April 6th and Sunday April 7, 2013 a business break in occurred at 6146 North Croatan Highway “Islander Flags” in Kitty Hawk. A total of $600.00 in cash was stolen. The Kitty Hawk Police Department is seeking any information related to this crime. If you have any information please contact The Kitty Hawk Police Department at 252-261-3985 or The Dare Community Crime Line.

Burglary: On November 7, 2011 a residence in the 200 block of West Kitty Hawk Road was forcibly entered. A rock was used to break the glass of the back door of the residence.

KILL DEVIL HILLS:


Breaking and Entering: On March 26th, 2017 a resident in the 700 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail discovered his home had been forcibly entered and several items removed. Entry was made through a sliding glass door. Among the stolen items were two mahogany birds with brass beaks and brass legs valued at approximately $275 and money. A Sound Design stereo was damaged.

Larceny of Street Signs: On March 2, 2017 several street signs in the neighborhood of Clamshell Drive were stolen or damaged by persons unknown. The signs were for the intersections with Seminole Street, Creek Street and Sioux Street. Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of the stolen signs is encouraged to call the Kill Devil Hills Police Department or Crime Line. Ref. Case# 2017022198.

Breaking and Entering with Larceny: On February 9, 2017 a residence in the 1600 block of S. Memorial Blvd. was broken into and a 50” Zenith flat screen television was stolen. Forcible entry was made through a ground level door of the residence. Ref. Case # 2017014545

Breaking and Entering with Larceny: On February 14, 2017 a residence in the 100 block of E. 1s Street was broken into. A DVD player was stolen from inside the residence. Forcible entry was made by kicking open a door. Ref. Case # 2017016197

Motor Vehicle Breaking and Enterings: On February 16, 2017 several vehicles in Kill Devil Hills were broken into and various items stolen. The first B&E occurred in the area of 1500 Small Court, the second in the 300 block of Cameron Street, the third in the 700 block of Indian Drive. Cash, and Apple iPod, jewelry, and thermos were among the items stolen. Ref Case #’s 2017017038, 2017017471, 20172017017679.

Felony Larceny: On July 11, 2016 a male using the outdoor shower facilities at Hayman Street Beach Access had several belongings stolen, including his wedding ring. The victim reported setting his belongings nearby in order to use the shower station. Among the stolen items were a blue and green striped Tommy Bahama beach chair, and a black mesh bag containing his wallet (which contained two Visa  Cards, a Discover Card, his driver’s license, bank cards, and $150 cash,) the wedding band, and Iphone. The wedding ring was described a gold ring with a platinum inlay that had a herringbone style pattern. There was an engraving inside the band of “9/17/1994.” The photo is of a similar ring, but without the pattern or engraving.

Burglary: On July 16, 2016 a burglary was reported in the 900 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail. A family staying at a vacation rental home reported several items stolen from inside the residence including an acoustic guitar, a Dell Inspirion Laptop and a Canon EOS Rebel SL1 digital camera. It appears the doors were left unsecured and the thief or thieves simply walked in and stole the items.

Breaking and Entering with Larceny: On July 15, 2016 a breaking and entering of a rental residence in the 1300 block of S. Virginia Dare Trail was reported to the Kill Devil Hills Police Department. Sixteen (16) flat screen televisions were stolen and one (1) was reported damaged during the theft. The televisions were all Samsung brand and ranged between 32″ and 55″ LCD screens.

Larceny of Firearms: On Tuesday, May 10, 2016 a resident in the 1700 block of Sioux Street reported a break-in of his vehicle where three firearms were stolen. The stolen guns have been recovered or accounted for, however Kill Devil Hills PD is still looking for the person responsible. If  you have any information, please leave a tip through Crime Line.

Damage to Town Property: During the early morning hours of May 10th, 2016, the tires on three police vehicles parked in the Kill Devil Hills Police parking lot were slashed. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact KDH PD directly or leave a tip through Crime Line. 

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Arson: Kill Devil Hills Police are investigating a suspected arson at a warehouse at 208 W. Fresh Pond Drive. The target of the arson was Albemarle Landscaping, the same company that had several of its vehicles burned at their storage facility in Nags Head.  The 911 call for the fire came in at approximately 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 13, 2015. Anyone with information is strongly encouraged to call Crime Line or the Kill Devil Hills Police Department. In addition to the reward up to $1000 for information from Crime Line, Albemarle Landscaping has offered an additional reward of $5,000.  The police department’s number is (252) 449-5337.

Arson: On December 15, 2014 at approximately 11:45 p.m. Kill Devil Hills Police responded to a vehicle fire in the 600 block of Canal Drive. A work van owned by Econo Cleaning was on fire. The cause of the fire has been determined to be an arson. Anyone with information concerning this incident is urged to contact the police department or leave information through Crime Line.

Breaking and Entering: On April 24, 2016, a breaking and entering of a residence in the 200 block of E. 3rd Street was reported. Three air conditioning window units and two 32″ Vizio flat screen televisions were stolen. Entry was made through one of the windows that had housed one of the AC units. The break-in is believed to have occurred some time after April 19th.

Breaking and Entering: On March 20, 2016 a residence in the 2600 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail was entered and electronics were stolen. Entry was possibly made through a window. A Phillips BluRay/DVD player and a 46″ Hisense flat screen TV was stolen.

Vehicle B&E’s: On March 18, 2016 two vehicles in the 3rd Street neighborhood were broken into. One of the vehicles parked on Creek Street had a $2,500 black Invicta watch stolen from the glove box. The watch had a blue face with a black band. The second vehicle, parked on Sioux Street, had a men’s wallet stolen from its glove box. Both vehicle were unlocked.

Breaking and Entering: On March 12, 2016 a residence in the 100 block of 2nd Street was forcibly entered and a television was damaged. The residence was forcibly entered through a window and a 52″ Panasonic flat screen was removed from a mount and found damaged on the floor.

Breaking and Entering: On March 11, 2016 the break-in of a residence in the 200 block of W. Palmetto Street was discovered. Forcible entry was made through a window. The thief (or thieves) stole 2 Insignia flat screen TV’s (26 inch), 2 Samsung LCD color TV’s (48 inch), a 9′ blue and white Takiema Surfboard valued at $1200.00 and  a white Bose Acoustic Wave Sound System valuing $500.00.

Burglary: Some time during the night between February 7 and February 8, 2016 a residence in the 1200 block of S. Virginia Dare Trail was burglarized. The homeowner awoke to find a sliding glass door on the second story of the residence was open and a purse stolen from where it had been left in the upstairs living room area. The purse was described as leather, tan in color and contained a green and brown leather wallet, cash, credit cards, identification and a set of car keys.

B&E with Larceny of Firearm: On February 8, 2016 a residence in the 300 block of Tern Court was forcibly entered through a locked door. Cash and a firearm were stolen. The gun was described as a semi-automatic Smith & Wesson 9mm handgun (model 910S), silver/gray with a black back strap. It contained a magazine with approximately seven rounds.

Breaking and Entering with Larceny: On February 4, 2016 a residence in the 1700 block of Bay Drive was broken into and the victim’s Army National Guard duty gear was stolen. Among the stolen items was a Kevlar Helmet, a green U.S. Army Duffel Bag, an Army rucksack, a sleeping bag system, a green load bearing vest.

Larceny of Firearm: On December 30, 2015 a resident in the 1900 block of Bay Drive reported the theft of a firearm from his unlocked vehicle. The weapon was described as a .45 caliber black Taurus 1911 semi automatic handgun. The Taurus was loaded with an 8 round magazine with a mixture of hollow point and full metal jacket ammunition. The gun is missing the safety switch on the left side.

Multiple Vehicle B&E’s: On December 8, 2015, four reports of vehicle break-ins were reported on the north end of Kill Devil Hills. The break-ins occurred between West Arch Street and the 3300 block of Bay Drive. Property stolen ranged from prescription medication to a stun gun. The majority of vehicles were reportedly left unlocked.

1st Degree Burglary:  On Saturday, November 7, 2015 guests at the Outer Banks Beach Club reported their apartment had been entered during the night through a window. The suspect stole several items while they slept. Items reported stolen included a MacBook Pro (silver) laptop computer, a GoPro IV, a Mulberry Blossom basket weave purse (black), jewelry and approximately $1,900, prescription medication, a pair of tan Ugg boots and a pair of black Frye boots .  Case number: 2015132980.

Vehicle Larceny: On Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015 a resident in the 1300 block of W. 1st Street reported the theft of two dirt bikes and part of a home theater systems from his garage. The bikes were both 2004 Honda CRF50 bikes, valued at approximately $600.00. The theater system was a Denon AVR-489 AV receiver, silver in color. Case number: 2015133290

Larceny From Vehicle: On Sunday, November 1st, 2015 a larceny from a truck parked in a West Durham Street resident’s driveway was reported. Items stolen included a Makita drill, accessories, and assorted tools in a black Craftman’s case. Case number: 2015130840.

Vehicle B&E and Larceny: On September 29, 2015 at approximately 10:00 p.m. several vehicles parked in the Mama Kwan’s parking lot were broken into. Cash and property was removed from the vehicles. Among the stolen items were a Dell Latitude laptop computer which was the property of the Dare County Health Department. This computer was password protected and had NO client information or data that would compromise any patient’s personal information. A GPS device, calculator, sunglasses, and a NC driver’s license were also taken.

LOCATED – Lost or Stolen Firearm: On January 14, 2016 a Nags Head resident reported that his Ruger .380 LPC was either lost or stolen. The complainant described running several errands in the Kill Devil Hills area on this date. He discovered the weapon was missing when he was in the area of the Dare Centre. The gun is black with an attached laser and loaded with 6 hollow point rounds. – LOCATED

RESOLVED – Vehicle B&E with Firearm Theft: On December 4, 2015 a vehicle parked in the 200 block of W. Helga Street was broken into and a “Kimber” 1911 style handgun, .45 ACP, was stolen. The model of the handgun is a “Raptor II” with two “Wilson Combat” 1911 Magazines and an extended magazine well. The total cost of the firearm and accessories was over $1400.  The theft may have occurred anytime between November 27 and December 4. _RESOLVED

RESOLVED- Larceny of Boat Trailer: On December 1st, 2015 a resident in the 700 block of Skipjack Lane discovered the theft of his boat trailer. The trailer is 24 feet in length, silver in color, aluminum in material, with two (2) orange rollers at front of trailer, a total of four (4) black carpet guards/bunks, double axle, and has a “Water World” decal. The trailer is valued at approximately $5,000 and could have been stolen any time after October 10th. – RESOLVED

Larceny: Kill Devil Hills Police are asking the public’s assistance to identify the man in these photos.  He is a suspect in a larceny of over $3000 worth of food and alcohol from the Kill Devil Hills Food Lion. The individual may have also stolen items from Food Lion stores in Nags Head and Southern Shores.
If you recognize this individual, please contact Det. David Pierce, Kill Devil Hills PD at (252) 449-5337 reference incident number 2015120365. Tipsters may also provide information through Crime Line.

Larceny of Vehicle: On Thursday, October 1, 2015 a 2001 Polaris Sportsman 4×4 ATV was stolen from a residence in the 1400 block of Hill Street.  The ATV is spray-painted camo and has a large black bag on the front.

Larceny from Construction Site: On Tuesday, September 22, 2015 the foreman at a construction site in the 2000 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail reported two windows being stolen from the property. One window was a 28×28 inch fixed glass window and the other was a 28×36 inch fixed glass window. A neighbor noticed a small red pickup truck enter the building in the early morning hours of Monday, September 21st. Two males with flashlights were observed walking through the building under construction. The pickup was possibly a late 80’s model Chevy S10.

Larceny of Lawn Care Equipment: On the night of September 3 or morning of September 4, 2015 lawn care equipment was stolen from a utility trailer in the 1600 block of Princess Anne Rd.  An Echo edger, model PE225, and Echo Weedeater were removed from the trailer. Incident number: 2015107622

Stolen Firearm: On September 8, 2015 a handgun was reported stolen from 301 W. Fresh Pond Drive (Ol’ Henry’s Custom Leatherwork). The weapon was described as a black .45 Glock 21. The gun’s storage case along with three (3) .45 magazines for the gun were also stolen. The weapon was believed to be stolen sometime between August 25th and August 30th. Incident number 2015109482.

Stolen Firearm: On September 6, 2015 a handgun was reported stolen from a local hotel. The weapon was discovered missing on September 3rd and was described as a black on black in color .45 Glock 36 semi-automatic sub-compact handgun with an aftermarket laser bore sight added and an extend finger-grip magazine. The gun was loaded with a 7-round capacity magazine. Incident number 2015108714.

Residential B&E: On August 25, 2015 a residence in the 1300 block of S. Virginia Dare Trail was broken into and several electronic items were stolen. Among the stolen items were two X-Box game consoles, a Roku Stream box and a 42” Samsung plasma TV.

Residential B&E: On August 20, 2015 a resident in the 400 block of W. Fresh Pond Drive reported a break-in at their residence. The break-in is believed to have occurred sometime between 2:00 p.m .and 5:30 p.m. on the 20th. Among the stolen items were cash,  a Nixon brand Stainless Steel watch, two stainless steel rings, one diamond earring, one Bluetooth Scosche speaker, one pair of Aviator sunglasses, and one clear plastic bead rosary. Incident Number: 2015101305

Auto B&E and Credit Card Fraud: On July 8, 2015 the owner of a 2005 Chevy Tahoe parked at the 2nd Street Beach Access had his vehicle broken into. Cash, car  keys and a wallet were stolen. The victim’s debit card was used at several stores at Tanger Outlet Mall in Nags Head. The individual using the victim’s card appears to be a heavyset black male, unknown age, wearing a dark baseball cap with a white logo, a white t-shirt with a logo and board shorts. If you recognize the individual in the photos, please use the tip form to contact Crime Line or call the Crime Line number. You may also call the Kill Devil Hills Police Department directly and ask to speak to Det. Brandon Bostwick (252) 449-5326. Incident number 2015080355.

B&E with Larceny: On August 19, 2015 a resident in 1800 block of Seminole Street reported his garage had been broken into and a number of power tools had been stolen. The missing tools include a Dewalt Die Grinder, Dremel Tool, Hitachi Hammer Drill, Dewalt Chop Saw, Laser Level on Tripod, Hitachi Nail Gun, Hitachi Braid Nail Gun, and a Hitachi Trim Gun.

 

Breaking and Entering: On August 7, 2014 a residence in the 200 block of E. Arch Street was discovered to have been broken into and at least temporarily occupied. A 32″ Emerson flat screen TV was stolen from the home.

Larceny of Boat: On July 24, 2015 a Zodiac  was stolen from a residence in the 1600 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail. The Zodiac was described as blue with grey rails with the word “Zoom” written down the side.   The registration number for the watercraft is CM1995 (NC). The Zodiac is 10’6” long and weighs around 100 pounds.

Shooting:  On the night of July 19, 2015 there was a confrontation between two groups of men resulting in one being shot in the hand. The confrontation was reported to have occurred in the area of First Street and Canal Drive at approximately 1:00 a.m. (early Monday morning). The Kill Devil Hills Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects in this shooting.

Larceny: On July 7, 2015 three American flag style “feather flags” (or “sail flags”) were stolen from the front of the Jolly Roger Restaurant in Kill Devil Hills. The flag poles were taken as well.

Counterfeit Traveler’s Checks:  On July 3, 2015, fake American Express Traveler’s Checks were used at two local area businesses to purchase goods. The main suspect in the incident at Belk was a black male wearing a white “Hollister California” t-shirt. Male was 35-45 years old, medium build, average height and bald. He was in the company of two teenage black males. The name signed on the traveler’s checks was “DeMarion Freeman”.  During the investigation, it was determined that a male using the same name and matching the same description also used fake Traveler’s checks in South Carolina and Georgia. Suspect may also be using identification associated with UPS. In a separate but presumably related incident, a light-skinned, medium build black female, with her hair pulled back and wearing blue jean short shorts also passed fake Traveler’s Checks at the Kill Devil Hills Dollar Tree.  Incident Number 2015077622.

–RESOLVED–Larceny of Firearm: On July 21, 2015 a homeowner in the 200 block of W. Eden Street reported a handgun stolen from a utility building. The gun  was a Mauser P08 German 9mm Luger embossed with “S/42” and “1938”. The barrel is 4″ in length and the ammunition magazine has a serial number matching the firearm. The actual break-in of the utility shed may have occurred in January or February of 2015.–RESOLVED–

Larceny:  On June 28, 2015 a larceny of a stand up paddle board was reported in the 1300 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail.  The board was described as a 10’  Scott Burke paddle board made with brown and white colors with “GP” on the top. Distinguishing features are two “cigarette style” burns from vegetation staining.

B&E with Larceny: On June 17, 2015 a residence in the 2000 block of Norfolk Street was forcibly entered and several items were stolen including cash, an 18kt gold bracelet and a pair of Oakley sunglasses. Incident number: 2015069744

B&E: On June 11, 2015 a residence in the 500 block of S. Virginia Dare Trail was forcibly entered and the owner’s closet was broken into. No items reported stolen. Incident number: 2015067191.

Larceny: On June 3, 2015 power tools were stolen from a vehicle parked in the 200 block of W. Chowan Street. The tools reported stolen included a Dewalt skill saw, a Porter nail gun and a Porter Sawzall. Incident number:  2015063317.

Residential B&E: On May 16, 2015 a residence in the 2000 block of Yorktown Street was broken into and approximately $250 in cash was stolen from the residence.

Business B&E: On May 14, 2015 the Beachside Bistro at 1710 N. Virginia Dare Trail was broken into and several bottles of liquor were stolen. The suspect was a white male, late teens to early twenties, wearing shorts and a letterman or school athletic style jacket.

Breaking and Entering: On May 13, 2015 a homeowner discovered a break-in of her residence located in the 1500 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail. Entry was made by breaking a window on the northwest side of the residence. No items reported missing.

Ferris Avenue B&E’s: Between May 3, 2015 and May 6, 2015 four residences on Ferris Avenue were discovered to have been forcibly entered (shattered windows) and one residence on Woodmere Avenue (one block north of Ferris Avenue) was also forcibly entered. Several other residences on Ferris Avenue had minor damage consistent with a break in attempt.

Residential B&E: On May 5, 2015 a residence in the 2400 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail discovered to have been forcibly entered by a rental agent. A glass window on the back side of the house had been smashed out to gain entry. Two flat screen televisions were stolen, one of them a 50″ Panasonic plasma HGTV. The residence was last secured around May 3rd, 2015.

Armed Robbery: On November 7, 2014 at approximately 6:30 a.m. the Burger King in Kill Devil Hills was robbed by a man wielding a knife. The male displayed a black handled knife with a 3-4” blade and forced his way into the restaurant. The robber demanded cash and then left the store on foot in an unknown direction of travel.The robber was described as a 20-30 year old white male, approximately 5’8”, 160 lbs., with light colored hair. Additional details will be released later as the robbery investigation is active and ongoing.  Kill Devil Hills Police request anyone with information contact the Department at 449-5337 or call Dare Central Communications at 473-3444.  Tips may also be submitted through Crime Line

Vehicle B&E: On April 25, 2015 several items were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Glider Court in Kill Devil Hills. Among the stolen items were a black Reebok backpack containing a camouflage jacket, a gold and silver Kennedy model Atomizer, a MOD made by 252MODS that had “252MOD” inscribed on the side of it with the serial number and the creator’s signature in white lettering, and batteries. Items were valued at approximately $300.00.

(SOLVED) Larceny: On August 18, 2015 at approximately 2:40 a.m. a wallet containing credit cards and cash was stolen from the Kangaroo store at 3rd Street. Surveillance video obtained from the store showed the suspect and the vehicle he was a passenger in. The driver of the car may have been unaware of the theft but is a person of interest in this case as he might be able to identify his passenger. The photo of the male in the dark t-shirt is the suspect; the male in the light t-shirt is the person of interest. They were driving in a tan or silver Mitsubishi SUV, unknown make or year. Case number: 2015100027

Breaking and Entering: On March 25, 2015, a residence in the 2400 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail was forcibly entered. A rock was used to bash the glass portion of a door to gain entry. Four flat screen televisions were stolen.

Breaking and Entering: On March 21, 2015, a residence in the 1100 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail was forcibly entered and seven flat screen televisions were stolen along with a bouquet of flowers. Entry was made by prying open a window at the back of the residence.

Vandalism/Property Damage: On March 20, 2015, two vehicles parked in the 600 block of S. Virginia Dare Trail had their tires punctured. The first vehicle was a 1995 Chevy Blazer, the second was a 2003 Toyota Forerunner.

Breaking and Entering: On March 18, 2015 a breaking and entering of a residence in the 1500 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail was discovered. Entry was made by throwing a rock through a window on the ground floor. Seven flat screen televisions were stolen from the residence.

Vandalism/Theft: On March 2, 2015, copper wires at a construction site at 505 S. Virginia Dare Trail were cut and stolen. The resulting damage to the electrical system was far in excess of the value of the wire taken and malicious damage may have been the motive in this incident.

Breaking and Entering: On February 16, 2015, a residence in the 100 block of W. Avalon Drive was forcibly entered through a side door, which was kicked open.

Breaking and Entering: On February 13, 2015, three residences in the 1300 block of Wrightsville Blvd. were forcibly entered. Entry was made by prying open a door.

Breaking and Entering: On February 10, 2015, a residence in the 400 block of W. Arch Street was forcibly entered through a window.

Vehicle B&E: On Friday, January 23, 2015 at approximately 3:45 a.m. a resident on Console Lane, KDH observed a subject breaking into his vehicle. The suspect was described as a white or light skinned black male, approximately 5’9 with a slim build. The suspect was wearing a light grey beanie with a navy stripe on it and the beanie had block letters on it that may have spelled CRV. The suspect had on a navy or black in color windbreaker and was wearing blue jeans.

Residential B&E: On December 15, 2014 a residence in the 400 block of W. Arch Street was broken into and numerous items were stolen. Among the stolen items were two televisions, a 32″ Insignia LCD and a 24″ LG LED TV.

Business B&E:  On Friday, November 21, 2014 the Outer Banks Pools and Spas building at 3200 N. Croatan Highway was broken into. Among the items stolen were a Dewalt tool kit, with One 19v Power drill, a circular saw, a reciprocating saw, a half inch drill, a Makita hammer drill and a black Sony radio with a cassette and CD player.

Residential B&E:  On Thursday, November 20, 2014 a residence in the 700 block of Swan Street was forcibly entered and valuable stolen.

Business Break-in: On Friday, September 12, 2014 the Compass Rose at 102 Airstrip Road was forcibly entered through a glass door.

Stolen Firearms:  Two unlocked motor vehicles in the 1500 block of Captain’s Lane were broken into and firearms were stolen from each one. The first stolen gun is a Smith and Wesson .38 special Model 64 2” stainless revolver with wood grips in a black soft holster. The second gun is a Bryco Arms Jennings J22 with a blue finish and black grips. The vehicles were last known secured around 11:00 p.m.  (SOLVED)

Felony Breaking and Entering: On August 15, 2014 a homeowner reported a break-in of a residence in the 2000 block of the New Bern Street neighborhood. A Phillips surround-sound 5 speaker system was stolen.

Stolen Vehicle: On August 6, 2014 a recreational pop-up trailer parked in the area of Clark Street was stolen.  The Jayco trailer has distinctive burn marks on the left (driver’s) side in the area of the tires, rims, and siding.

Larceny from Vehicle: On August 6, 2014 an unlocked vehicle in the 300 block of W. Holly Street was broken into. An Asus X552 laptop computer and a computer bag were stolen.

Stolen Trailer: On August 8, 2014 a Haulmark trailer was reported stolen from the parking lot of Shorefire Gas Fireplaces at 2705 N. Croatan Highway. The trailer was a 6×10 enclosed utility trailer. The rim on the left (driver’s) side had been recently replaced and was silver in color; the one on the right (passenger’s) side was older and rusty. The actual theft of the trailer may have occurred on or about August 7.

Burglary:  Sometime during the evening of August 3 and morning of August 4, 2014 a rental property in the 800 block of S. Virginia Dare Trail was entered through an unlocked door and several wallets were stolen from inside the residence.

Burglary: On July 18, 2014 a rental home in the 1800 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail was entered through an unlocked door. A number of items were stolen including an iPad, a Toshiba laptop computer, wallets, currency and credit cards.

Larceny of Firearm: On July 9, 2014, an unlocked 2008 Nissan Titan parked in the 100 block of E. Atlantic Street was broken into and a .380 Taurus semi automatic handgun was stolen.

Larceny of Motor Scooter: On July 7, 2014 a black and blue Tao Tao Motor Scooter, 49 cc’s, was stolen from a residence in the 300 block of Ocean Acres drive.  The scooter is missing the right hand mirror and has a sticker on the back that reads “Skateboarding is not a crime.”

Larceny and Damage to Property: On June 19, 2014 several street signs in Kill Devil Hills were reported damaged or stolen. Missing/damaged signs include: Random Street, East Archdale,Asheville Avenue, Greensboro Street, Charlotte Street, W. Fifth Street, Lisa Court and Baker Avenue.

Attempted B&E: On June 9,2014 a white male attempted to break into several condo units at the Sands Condominiums at 1701 N. Virginia Dare Trail.  The suspect used a fire extinguisher after pulling the fire alarm. The male was described as white, thin build, with blonde dreadlocks. The male was wearing a dark  colored wetsuit that was pulled down to his waist. Male was last seen running southbound on foot on NC 12 Hwy. Male entered into two condo units that were occupied and the doors were unlocked.

Burglary: On June 2, 2014 a residence in the 900 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail was broken into.  Three 60–inch flat screen televisions were stolen, as well as a 32 inch flat screen.

B&E of Business: On May 29, 2014, the owner of Baldie’s Burgers at 2042 N. Virginia Dare Trail reported a break-in at the restaurant. The break-in occurred sometime between the evening of the 28th and the morning of the 29th.

Larceny of Camera Equipment: On May 18, 2014 a vehicle parked in the 1200 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail was broken into.  Numerous items were stolen including a Cannon 7D digital camera, a 24-70 mm Cannon lens, a 16 GB iPod Nano, and other accessories.

Firearm Theft: On May 13, 2014 a firearm was reported stolen from a vehicle in the 2000 block of Elizabeth City Street.  The weapon was a black Ruger .380 in a nylon holster.

Larceny of Trailer: On May 12, 2014 a trailer was reported stolen from the 900 block of W. Airstrip Road. The trailer was a 2003 Bame Tag-along landscaping type trailer with NC registration CB85042.  The trailer is black with a wood deck and a metal mesh fold down ramp at the back. The left brake light is broken and the jack stand was bent slightly backwards.

Burglary: On April 28, 2014 at approximately 12:15 a.m., forcible entry was made into a residence in the 1700 block of Wrightsville Blvd. The intruder was confronted by the occupant of the residence and fled.  The intruder was described a male, approximately 6′ tall.

Vehicle B&E: On April 27, 2014 a vehicle in the 1200 block of Indian Drive was broken into and a woman’s engagement ring was stolen. The ring did has a distinguishing mark where the diamond on the ring is chipped. The ring has a white gold band, with a princess cut 1.1 carat diamond. The ring was valued at over $7000 and has sentimental value beyond the dollar amount.

Motor Vehicle Larceny: On April 1, 2014 a 2008 Jeep Wrangler Sahara was reported stolen from the Outer Banks Chrysler Dealership located at 3000 N. Croatan Highway. The Jeep is grey, two-door, manual transmission and there were no registration plates on the vehicle at the time of the theft.  The driver’s side window was smashed to gain access to the vehicle.

Larceny of Jewelry:  On  January 15, 2014 several jewelry items were stolen from a resident living in the 200 block of Sea Village Lane in Kill Devil Hills. The stolen jewelry  is worth approximately $15,000 in total.  The photo is a sketch of some of the stolen items made by the victim.  Please click picture to see a larger image. The yellow gold mesh bracelet, the yellow gold brick-like bracelet that looks like a watch band, and the ring are still missing.  There is an ENHANCED REWARD offered by the victim of $200.00 (in addition to the reward from Crime Line) for information leading to the arrest of a suspect or recovery of the property.

Residential B&E: A home in the 1500 block of S. Wrightsville Blvd. was entered and 4 flat screen televisions were stolen.  One 40 inch, two 46 inch, and one 36 inch televisions were taken, all Sony brands.

Residential B&E: Forcible entrance was made into a residence in the 3300 block of Bay Drive.  Four Playstation 3 games and cash was stolen from the residence.

Vehicle B&E: On Thursday March 6, 2014 a vehicle breaking and entering was interrupted by a neighbor who happened upon the act in progress.  The incident occurred in the  1400 block of Mollie Street at about 12:30 a.m.  The neighbor pursued the suspects but lost them in a wooded area.  A blue fabric Quicksliver wallet containing a Dare County ID card along with family photos was stolen.

Burglary:  On March 4, 2014 the attached garage of a residence in the 400 block of Arch Street was broken into.  A power washer and two compound bows were among the items reported stolen.

Burglary: On February 9, 2014, a residence in the 1000 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail was broken into and 4 flat screen televisions were stolen, including a 55″ Samsung Smart TV.

Burglary: On February 6, 2014 a residence in the 1000 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail (beach road) was entered around 6:45 pm and a purse was stolen from a kitchen counter.  The lone occupant of the house was in the shower at the time the theft occurred.  The stolen purse was described as lavender in color 6” long and 4.5” deep with a zipper. The purse contained identification, 2 bank checkbooks, a Blue Cross Blue Shield Medicare card, US currency, and bank cards.

Vehicle B&E:  On January 27, 2014 a vehicle parked in the 400 block of W. Airstrip Road was broken into and cash and a computer were stolen.  The computer, a MacBook Pro, model number A1278, was valued at $1,300.

Vehicle B&E’s: On January 22, 2014, at around 3:00 a.m. several vehicles in the Sothel Street neighborhood were broken into.  The suspect was confronted by one of the victims who happened to see him while he was inside of a roommate’s vehicle.  The suspect was described as a white male, 5’08” – 5’10”, thin build, approximately 160 lbs. wearing a black beanie, a black jacket and light colored pants.

Felony B&E:  On January 15, 2014, a rental property in the 1800 block of S. Virginia Dare Trail was broken into and flat screen TV, remote, and wall mount were stolen.

Felony B&E:  On January 6, 2014 the Outer Banks Dare Challenge at 500 S. Croatan Highway as forcibly entered and money was stolen from an office.

Felony Larceny:  On December 12, 2013 the break-in of an outside storage room in the 400 block of Quail Lane was discovered.  The victim reported tile, paint, and a LeBleu water filter system stolen.  Value of the stolen items was in excess of $1000.00

Felony B&E:  On November 3, 2013 a forced break-in of a residence in the 1900 block of N. Virginia Dare Trail was discovered.  Among the stolen items were flat screen TV’s, DVD players, and a Charter internet router.

Felony Larceny:  On November 4, 2013, a $2500 Tag Heuer watch was stolen from a residence in the 400 block of W. Landing Drive.  The watch was described as a platinum Tag Heuer, Link Series with a diamond on each hour.

 

Blue ATVOrange ATVLarceny of ATV’s:  Two racing ATV’s were stolen from under a residence in the 300 block of Wallace Street on October 16, 2013. The first one was a 2005 Yamaha YF2 450cc electric blue ATV. The second was a 2006 Polaris predator 500cc orange ATV. The vehicles were locked with a chain and padlock: one link in the chain had been cut.

Business B&E:  On October 6, 2013, a forced entry break-in of the Port-O-Call was discovered.  The crime occurred sometime between 2:30 a.m. and  10:00 a.m.  Combined loss due to theft and damage was in excess of $3,500.

Felony Larceny:  On September 30, 2013, the personal vehicle of a Colington volunteer firefighter was broken into and a $3000 Motorola hand-held radio belonging to the fire department was stolen.  The victim had personal belongings taken as well. The theft occurred in the area of Oyster Point Condos.

Business B&E:  On September 27, 2013, the “Hops and Grapes” business at 2606 N. Croatan Highway was forcibly entered.  The combined loss due to theft and damage was in excess of $1200.

Felony Larceny:  On September 16, 2013, four window were stolen from a permitted construction site in the 1300 block of S. Memorial Blvd. in Kill Devil Hills.  The windows were “Storm Breaker Plus” windows by Simonton, 4′ x 3′ x 2″.   Incident number 2013096047

Larceny:  On September 12, 2013 an oxygen acetylene torch was stolen from the back of a work vehicle in the 900 block of Sharon Ct. in Kill Devil Hills.  The torch has a black and gray bottle with gauges on each one of the bottles and a red and green hose for the gases. The torch was in a green plastic case that is held by zip ties.  Incident number 2013094569

Shooting into an Occupied Dwelling:  On September 16, 2013 a residence in the 200 block of Burns Drive was shot multiple times.  Rounds from the weapon struck the exterior of the residence, a vehicle in the driveway, and a door.  Two bullets penetrated into a downstairs living area.

B&E of Motor Vehicle: On August 10, 2013 two motor vehicles parked at a residence in the 800 block of 8th Avenue in Kill Devil Hills were broken into.  Electronics, jewelry, and Cherokee Light cigarettes were stolen.

Business B&E and MV B&E:  In the morning hours of August 10, 2013, the Trading Post (305 S. Virginia Dare Trail) was broken into and several items of merchandise were stolen.  Also a 1999 GMC work van parked nearby was broken into and had several thousand dollars worth of tools stolen.

Felony Larceny:  On July 31, 2013, customers of McDonald’s in Kill Devil Hills reported property stolen from inside the dining area of the restaurant.  Among the stolen items were a Nikon D-40 camera, Panasonic camcorder, app $200.00 in cash, a credit card, a social security card, and a GA driver’s license.  The theft occurred around 9:15 p.m.  Incident Number: 2013076418

Breaking and Entering with Larceny:  Sometime between July 30 and July 31, 2013 a residence in the 800 block of South Virginia Dare Trail was broken into.  Money was stolen from two wallets inside the residence.

Breaking and Entering:  On July 17, 2013 a residence in the 1200 block of Windsong Way was broken into during the day and $400 in cash was stolen.  Incident Number 2013069988

Felony Larceny:  On July 27, 2013 five fishing poles were stolen from the Avalon Fishing Pier sometime between midnight and 5:00 a.m.  Each pole had a custom set up and the total value of the poles was in excess of $2000.  Incident Number 2013074403

Larceny of Firearm:   On July 9, 2013, a Walther PPK (.308 caliber) was reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 1400 block of S. Virginia Dare Trail.  The theft took place sometime between July 7 and July 9.

Felony Larceny:  On July 1, 2013 a Cannondale touring bike was stolen from the back of a vehicle parked at a rental home in the 1200 block of S. Memorial Drive.  The bike was red with clip-in style pedals and valued at approximately $3,000.

Felony B&E:  On June 25, 2013, the garage area of a residence in the 2050 block of New Bern Street was broken into and a beach cruiser style bicycle was stolen.  The bike has “chopper” style handlebars, the grips are made of cork, the wheels are gold, and the bike is red with blue doodles on it.

Larceny of Firearm:  A Taurus .38 special revolver, silver with black rubber grips was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 1400 block of S. Virginia Dare Trail sometime between 4 p.m. on June 29, 2013 and 10 a.m. on June 30th, 2013.  The model number for the weapon is “M85UL”.

Assault Inflicting Serious Bodily Injury:  On June 5, 2013, at approximately 2:05 a.m., a male victim was seriously injured after being assaulted outside the Chilli Pepper’s restaurant at 3001 N. Croatan Highway.  Anybody who was a witness to the fight and is familiar with either the circumstances or participants in the fight is encouraged to call Crime Line or leave a tip via the online tip form.

Stolen Vehicle:  On May 25, 2013, a red, 1999 Jeep Cherokee was stolen from the parking lot of the Jolly Roger restaurant.  The Jeep was located abandoned in the waters of the Albemarle Sound in the 2000 block of Bay Drive.

Felony Larceny: On May 22, 2013, Crossfit, at 906 S. Croatan Highway, reported the theft of weight training apparatus including an Olympic lifting bar, bumper plates and kettlebells.

Residential B&E:  On May 8, 2013 a residential B&E in the 2400 block of Bay Drive was reported to police.  The break in occurred between 7:30 a.m. and 2:45 p.m.  The home was forcibly entered through a window.  A .22 rifle and cash were stolen.  A witness noticed two males in the area of the residence:  one was described as tall and thin wearing blue jeans and a light color t-shirt, the other male had on dark clothes that looked “shiny.”

B&E and Larceny: On April 26, 2013 two televisions were reported stolen from the Quality Inn at 401 N. Virginia Dare Trail, KDH.  The televisions were described as 32″ flat screen LG’s valued at $350 each.

Larceny:  On April 14, 2013 around 3:00 p.m. a red and black generator was stolen from the area of Lake Ridge Court and the Nags Head Woods Road.  The generator was on loan to Outer Banks Sporting Events to assist with the Flying Pirate Half Marathon.

B&E and Breaking into a Coin Operated Machine:  On March 30, 2013, the door to the Coin Laundry at 107 W. Meadowlark Street was pried open.  The suspect apparently tried to get into the change machine but was unable to do so.

 

NAGS HEAD:


Breaking and Entering of a Residence:  Sometime during the night of Monday, November 9th, 2017 the home at 201 E. Bonnett Street was broken into.  The suspect(s) removed the power meter from the home in an effort to turn off the power, and pried open a side door to gain entry.  The home was ransacked, and it is unknown if anything was taken.

Misdemeanor Larceny:  Sometime between October 10th and October 24th, a larceny took place at 5122 Mashie Court.  The homeowner’s camera was removed from the residence by unknown subject(s).  The camera was a Nikon D3300 and had two separate Nikon Lenses, which were also taken.

Breaking and Entering of Vehicle:  Sometime during the night of Sunday, October 30th, an unlocked vehicle parked at 110 E. Flicker Street was entered and a set of golf clubs were removed.  The clubs contained miscellaneous Titleist, Callaway and Vokey clubs, and a Bushnell range finder.

Breaking and Entering  of Vehicle:  Sometime between Wednesday, September 14th and Thursday, September 16th, Two nail guns were removed from a vehicle parked at 205 W. Lakeside Drive.  One nail gun was a Green Hitachi, and the second was a Green and Silver Interchange.

Breaking and Entering of Vehicles:  Multiple reports of vehicles being entered that were parked at different residences in the 2200 block of S. Virginia Dare Trail during the night of August 4th.  All the vehicles entered were unlocked, and only cash was removed from the vehicles.

Breaking and Entering of Vehicles:  Multiple reports of items being removed from unlocked vehicles have taken place in the first two weeks of June.  Vehicles that had been parked at public beach accesses in the north end of Nags Head were entered, with purses and wallets being removed.

Breaking and Entering of Residence:  Sometime between Thursday, June 23rd and Saturday, June 25th, the home at 3313 S. Linda Lane was entered and televisions were taken.  No forced entry into the home was discovered, and (2) 48” JVC televisions and (1) 60” LG television were removed from the residence.

Breaking and Entering of Residences:  Three incidents recently occurred in the 8000 block of South Old Oregon Inlet Road.  These incidents are believed to have occurred between Thursday 5/12/2016 and Friday 5/13/2016.  These homes were all entered by someone prying a window open, and flat screen televisions were taken.

 

–SOLVED–Larceny:  On the evening April 20, 2017, at a retail store in Nags Head, a shopper placed their cell phone on the counter when paying for their items and a unidentified suspect in line behind them picked up the shopper’s phone and left the store with it. Detective Mann with the Nags Head Police Department is seeking assistance with  identifying this suspect in connection with the larceny of the cell phone. Contact Det. Mann at the Nags Head Police Department at 252-449-2015. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Breaking and Entering of Business:  Sometime during the late evening of April 30th, a Breaking and Entering took place at Island Limo Company, located at 6933 South Croatan Hwy.  Entry was forced into the business by shattering a glass door.  A cash deposit box was then pried and damaged, but nothing was taken from the business.

Indecent Exposure: On March 12, 2016 at 4:00 a.m. a male entered the Surf Side Hotel and exposed himself to the employee working there. Later the same day at 1800hrs, a male approached a woman walking on the beach in the area of 8500 block of Old Oregon Inlet Rd. and exposed himself to her as well. The male was described as a White or Hispanic male wearing long pants, a jacket, and a bandana or face cover. If you have any information or recognize the suspect please call Nags Head Police at 252-441-6386. Photos of suspect below:

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Larceny: On January 15, 2016 a wallet was stolen from the victim while he was putting fuel in his vehicle at the Duck Thru, 6320 S. Croatan Hwy, Nags Head.  The victim’s debit card was used at an ATM at 1:25 am on January 16, 2016 in Chesapeake, VA.  The suspect then used the same debit card to remove more money using an ATM in Portsmouth, VA.  The suspect is a white female with dark hair, and driving what appears to be a white, mid 1990’s Buick Regal with a front license plate.  Police are looking to identify this person for questioning. Any information can be forwarded to Nags Head Police Department 252-441-6386 or through the Dare County Crime Line.

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Larceny: On December 20, 2015 at approximately 1:00 a.m. a suspect stole a wallet, iPhone 5, cash, and credit cards from inside a purse at Kelly’s Restaurant. The same suspect then entered a vehicle in the parking lot of Kelly’s and stole another wallet containing credit cards and and a Samsung Galaxy 4 Phone. This person then used the ATM card at the Yadkin Bank ATM in Nags Head and tried to withdraw over $1,000.00. The same person then used other stolen credit cards at the 7-11 in Kitty Hawk at 1:19 am and again in Grandy at the 7-11. Police are looking to identify this person for questioning. Any information can be forwarded to Nags Head Police Department 252-441-6386 or through the Dare County Crime Line.

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Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicles:  On November 25, 2015, multiple vehicles were broken into as they were locked and parked in front of 4411 S Virginia Dare Trail.  An IPod and a Glock 27 handgun were taken from the vehicles.

vlcsnap-2015-10-22-09h28m26s499Breaking and Entering of a business with larceny: On October 19, 2015 at 4:00 a.m., a suspect broke into the Rodeway Inn located at 7218 S Virginia Dare Trail through an office window. Suspect is thought to be approximately 5’6”-5’9”, wearing a hooded jacket, blue jeans, a pair of gloves with a reflective emblem, and black shoes with white soles.

Breaking and Entering of Business with Larceny:  On the night of Sunday, October 11, 2015, Grits Grill Restaurant located at 4900 S. Croatan Hwy was broken into and a theft from the business took place.  The business was entered and a safe broken into.  There was no forced entry into the business and no forced entry into the safe.  Other neighboring businesses were not disturbed.

Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicles:  On the night of Saturday September 5th 2015, multiple vehicles parked in front of homes on in the Nags Head Cove Subdivision were entered.    The unlocked vehicles were entered and gone through, with a firearm being taken from one vehicle.  The firearm was later recovered in the south end of Pompano Court .

Residential Breaking and Entering’s:  Several breaking and entering incidents have taken place in Nags Head since late summer.  All of the homes that have been entered have been summer rentals, and the method of entry is either by shattering a window, or breaking a window’s locking mechanisms and entering through the window.  Flat screen televisions are the primary target of the thieves, with other valuable being left behind.  Initially incidents were occurring in South Nags Head, but now they have shifted to the northern end of Nags Head to homes located on S. Virginia Dare Trail, S. Memorial Blvd, and S. Wrightsville Ave.

Breaking and Entering of Businesses:  On August 7, 2015, a Breaking and Entering of two businesses took place at 2234 Lark Ave.  An office window was unlocked and entered, and the interior offices of the business were rummaged through.  A second business shared the same building, and its offices were also gone through.  Blank checks and an iPad were taken.

Felony Larceny:  On August 26, 2015, a theft of two “Stand Up Paddle” Boards took place from in front of 7517 South Virginia Dare Trail.  A lock securing the boards in front a business was cut, and the boards were taken.  The first board was a teal colored Rivera brand and was 10’6” in length.  The second board was a Bic Sport Paddle board, it was also 10’6” in length, and was colored white and blue.

Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicles:  On the night of Saturday August 2nd 2015, multiple vehicles were entered as they were parked in front of rental homes on S. Virginia Dare Trail.  The incidents took place between the 5000 to 5300 blocks of S. Virginia Dare Trail.  Unlocked vehicles were entered and gone through, but nothing reportedly taken.

Arson: At about 11 p.m. on Friday, November 21,  2014, Nags Head police and fire crews responded to a storage area for Albemarle Landscaping at 2224 Lark Avenue. Several vehicles were found on fire, with their windows smashed and their tires punctured.

ENHANCED REWARD: Please note the victims have publicly offered an additional $5000 reward to tipsters providing information that leads to the arrest of a suspect in this case.

(SOLVED) Larceny:At about 4:40 pm on, Tuesday, December 29, 2015, an unknown white male entered the Food Lion located at 2515 S. Croatan Highway in Nags Head (MP 10.5), removed a purse from another shopper’s cart, and then fled to the back of the store.  While fleeing, the suspect made contact with the manager of the store by running into him, and then fled out the back door of the store.  The purse contained a large amount of cash, a check book and other personal items belonging to the victim.  The suspect is described as a white male, about 5’9” and weighing 185 pounds.  He was wearing a black jacket, black socks, black vans shoes, a white shirt and a white and blue ball cap.  Any information can be forwarded to Nags Head Police Department 252-441-6386 or through the Dare County Crime Line. (SOLVED)

(SOLVED) Breaking and Entering of Residence with Larceny: On Monday, October 12, 2015 at 3:40 pm, in the 4300 block of S. Virginia Dare Trl, a white female with long blonde hair in a ponytail, walked into an occupied vacation house and took several credit cards and cash. The suspect was described as approximately 5’10” 130lbs, wearing blue jeans, a vest or jacket, and a ball cap.  No direction of travel was observed and no vehicle was observed leaving the area.” (SOLVED)

Breaking and Entering of a Shed:  On June 16th 2015, a Breaking and Entering of a shed was reported at 7512 S. Virginia Dare Trail.  An unknown subject entered through an unlocked window and removed a 15 HP Suzuki Outboard Motor.

Residential Breaking and Entering’s:  Several incidents have taken place in Nags Head since late spring.  All of the homes that have been entered have been summer rentals, and the method of entry is either shattering a window to enter, or breaking a windows locking mechanisms and entering through the window.  Flat screen televisions and DVD players are taken, with other valuable being left behind.  Majority of incidents have taken place on the northern end of Nags Head to homes located on S. Virginia Dare Trail, S. Memorial Blvd, and S. Wrightsville Ave.

Hit and Run with Property Damage:  On May 21st, 2015, an unknown vehicle struck two vehicles that were parked and unoccupied in the driveway of 134 Windjammer Road, in the Northridge Subdivision.  Suspect vehicle appeared to have been traveling westbound when the contact occurred.  Suspect vehicle should have damage to the right front quarter panel and headlight area.

Hit and Run with Property Damage:  On April 21st 2015, a unknown vehicle struck and damaged two other vehicles in the parking lot at 110 W. Gray Eagle Street.  Evidence showed the suspect vehicle to be a 2005-2007 Jeep Liberty which is possibly green or red.

Residential Breaking and Entering’s:  On the evening of Saturday, March 8, 2015, multiple Residential Breaking Enterings occurred in in Nags Head.  Three incidents took place within the Nags Head Village Community, and fourth occurred at 100 East Bark Street.  Each time the homes were entered by someone shattering the glass on a door which led to a car port area of the home.  Multiple Flat Screen televisions were found to be missing as well as DVD players.

Injury to Property: On Friday, November 21st 2014, an injury to property occurred behind 2224 S. Lark Avenue, Nags Head.  Sometime between 8:30 pm and 11:00 pm, unknown suspect(s) entered a gated facility and damaged several vehicles belonging to a landscaping business.  Tires on vehicles were cut, several windows were broken out, and three of the vehicles appeared to have been intentionally set on fire.

Counterfeit Currency:  One June 7, 2014 the female in the photos passed a counterfeit $100 bill at Jersey Mike’s in Nags Head. The bill passed the “pen test” however the borders of the bill were off. The Nags Head Police Department warns area merchants to be vigilant when accepting large denomination currency.  The NHPD is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the woman in the photos.

Financial Card Theft: On April 23, 2014, A Financial Card Theft was reportedat 2316 S Croatan.  An unknown Hispanic Male apparently stole a credit card and then used it fraudulently at a local pharmacy charging over $230.00 total to the card.  Hispanic Male wearing a light blue watch cap, sunglasses, a dark colored two-tone pullover, and dark pants was observed using the card.  (refer to picture)

Residential B&E: On April 5, 2014, A Residential Breaking and Entering was found at 3957 S Virginia Dare Trail.  A glass window was broken to gain entry with an unknown object, but nothing was taken.

Injury to Personal Property: On March 28, 2014, a Injury to Personal Property was reported at 3335 S. Croatan Hwy (NH Pier).  A large piece of construction equipment had been tampered with and disabled.  This has occurred several additional times and no suspects are currently known.

Breaking and Entering:  On February 14, 2014 a Residential Breaking or Entering was reported in the 4100 block of S. Virginia Dare Trail.  Officers found a residence had been broken into while they were conducting routine patrols of that section of the beach road.  The unknown suspect(s) entered the home by breaking a window.

Breaking and Entering:  On February 8, 2014 a prior Residential Breaking or Entering was reported in the 9100 block of S. Old Oregon Inlet Rd.  The incident occurred sometime between Saturday November 23rd and Saturday February 8th.  Taken from the home was a flat screen television valued at $1500.00.

Misdemeanor Larceny:  On February 3, 2014 a prior Misdemeanor Larceny was reported to the Nags Head Police Department.  The theft occurred from Pugh’s Car Care located at 2209 S. Croatan Hwy. sometime between Wednesday January 29th and Saturday February 1st.  Taken from the business were several used radiators and aluminum rims that were all to be scrapped.

Motor Vehicle Larceny:  On January 15, 2014 the Larceny of a Motor Vehicle was reported to the Nags Head Police. The vehicle was a black and white moped that had been parked underneath the victims home located in the 2700 block of S. Lost Colony Dr. The theft occurred between 7:00-10:00am on January 15th. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 252-441-6386.

B&E:  On January 8, 2014 a prior Breaking or Entering incident was reported to the Nags Head Police Department. The incident took place sometime between 9:00pm on January 7th and 12:00pm on January 8th in the 2600 block of S. Compass Ln in the Nags Head Acres Subdivision. The victim reported that a storage unit on the property was broken into and several pieces of landscape type tools were taken. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 252-441-6386.

The Nags Head Police Department is seeking information on individuals that have been breaking into unoccupied homes and “squatting” in them for short periods of time. During the last two weeks there have been two separate incidents of this occurring in the 2800 block of S. Memorial Ave. The subjects are breaking into the empty homes, damaging the property and living in the homes for a short time before leaving. Anyone that witnesses suspicious subjects around vacant homes is asked to call police at 252-441-6386 or if you see someone actively entering a vacant home call 911.

Motor Vehicle B&E:  On December 6, 2013 a prior breaking or entering of a motor vehicle was reported to Nags Head Police. The victim reported that she left her purse in her unlocked vehicle. the incident occurred sometime between the hours of 10:45 am and 12:00 pm on December 6th. The theft occurred either in the area of the Ben Franklins or the Morning View Coffee shop. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 252-441-6386.

2nd Degree Burglary: On December 11, 2013 a Second Degree Burglary report was file with the Nags Head Police Department. The incident occurred in the 200 block of W. Lakeside St., in Nags Head. The victim reported that she left the home for approximately 10 minutes that evening and when she returned someone had entered the home and took a small electronic item. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 252-441-6386 or Dare Community Crimeline at 252-473-3111.

Motor Vehicle B&E’s: On December 12, 2013 two incidents of breaking or entering to a motor vehicle were reported to the Nags Head Police Department. Both of these occurred in the Nags Head Acres subdivision sometime between 5:00pm on December 11th and 9:00am December 12th. Both vehicles had been left unlocked by the victims. Taken during these incidents was a small amount of lose change. No damage was done to either vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 252-441-6386 or Dare Community Crimeline at 252-473-3111.

Misdemeanor Larceny: On September 25, 2013 a misdemeanor larceny was reported in the 7200 block of S. Virginia Dare Tr. between the hours of 11:00 pm on September 24th and 11:00 am on September 25th. The victim reports that a yellow and orange boogie board and a white surfboard with flowers were taken from the residence. Both items had been left unsecured under the residence, anyone with information is asked to call police at 252-441-6386.

Larceny of Gun:  On September 19, 2013 a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle was reported to the Nags Head Police Department. The incident occurred in the 8200 block of S. Old Oregon Inlet Rd. between 5:00 pm on September 17th and 12:00 pm on September 19th. Taken from the victims’ vehicle was a black Springfield XD handgun. The vehicle had been left unlocked at the time of the incident. Anyone with information is asked to call Nags Head Police at 252-441-6386 or Dare Community Crime Line.

Strong Armed Robbery:  On Friday September 13, 2013 at approximately 12:53am a strong arm robbery was reported to the Nags Head Police Department. The female victim reported that she was riding her bicycle home in the area of Conch St. on the beach road. She reported that a small silver in color SUV pulled up next to her and stopped. A white male wearing a black hoodie sweatshirt and something covering the lower portion of his face, got out of the vehicle, knocked the victim to the ground and took her back pack. The vehicle then left heading north on the beach road. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 252-441-6386 or to remain anonymous call Dare Community Crime Line at 252-473-3111. 

Hit and Run:  On September 2, 2013 a hit and run motor vehicle accident with property damage only was reported to Nags Head Police. The incident took place in the parking lot at 2300 S. Croatan Hwy., Nags Head between 11:00 pm on September 1st and 11:00 am September 2nd. An unknown vehicle struck the victim’s vehicle while it was parked in the parking lot causing approximately $3000 in damage. If anyone has any knowledge of this crime please contact either the Nags Head Police at 252-441-6386 or Dare Community Crime Line at 252-473-3111.

Breaking and Entering:   November 25, 2013. 2 pm – The Nags Head Police Department is seeking information regarding two recent crimes at Nags Head businesses. On Wednesday, November 20, at about 3:53 am, someone broke through the glass front door at Bear Drugs at 4711 S. Croatan Highway, entered the business, and stole cash. The suspect, of unknown gender, was dressed in sweatpants and a hooded sweatshirt, with dark boots. There is no information on how the suspect fled the scene. The same Bear Drugs location was robbed at gunpoint on November 13. The suspects in that crime were arrested a day later. Persons with information regarding either of these cases can contact the Nags Head Police Department at 252.441.6386 or the Dare County Community Crime Line at 252.473.3111.

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Robbery:  On Saturday, November 23, at about 12 am, a white male, about 6’ to 6’3” tall, weighing between 190-220 lbs, entered the Outer Banks Gearworks Laser Tag and Fun Center at 2420 S. Croatan Highway, and asked for money, while another male waited outside the business. The suspect who entered the building was wearing black shoes, baggy black pants, a black hooded sweatshirt, and a bandana over his face. There was no weapon used in the attempted robbery and the suspects fled the scene empty handed. The second suspect appeared to be a male who also wore black, baggy clothing. Persons with information regarding either of these cases can contact the Nags Head Police Department at 252.441.6386 or the Dare County Community Crime Line at 252.473.3111.

Larceny of Motor Scooter:  On August 28, 2013 the Nags Head Police took a report for a stolen motor scooter from the 200 block of W. Bays Edge Dr., Nags Head. Victim reports that the scooter was last seen at 10:00 pm on august 27th and was found missing at 9:00 am on August 28th. The scooter is described as a black with silver and black pin striping, 2006 Jmstar scooter, 150cc engine. If anyone has any information as to the location of the scooter or as to who may have stolen it is asked to call police at 252-441-6386.

Motor Vehicle B&E:  On August 19, 2013 a prior breaking and entering of 2 motor vehicles was reported to the Nags Head Police. The incident occurred in the 2500 block of South Bridge Ln., Nags Head between 2:00am and 8:00 am on Sunday August 18th. Both vehicles had been left unlocked overnight. Taken from the vehicles were miscellaneous camera items/equipment, sunglasses and some business cards belonging to the victim. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 252-441-6386.

Motor Vehicle B&E:  Another prior breaking and entering of a motor vehicle was also reported on August 19th. This incident occurred in the 5100 block S. Virginia Dare Tr., Nags Head. The incident occurred between 5:00pm on August 18th and 8:00am on august 19th. Taken from the vehicle were several small electronic items, the vehicle had been left unlocked overnight. If anyone has any information please contact Nags Head Police at 252-441-6386 or Dare Community Crime Line at 252-473-3111.

Larceny of Firearm:  On July 26, 2013 the larceny of a firearm was reported to the Nags Head Police Department. The theft occurred from the 200 block of E. Hawks Nest, Nags Head. The theft occurred between 9:00am on July 19th and 12:00 pm on July 26th. The pistol was described as a black small caliber (.380) Luger LCP semi-automatic pistol. It is extremely important that this weapon is recovered. Anyone with information is asked to call Nags Head Police at 252-441-6386 or to remain anonymous Dare Community Crime Line at 252-473-3111.

Felony Larceny: A prior felony larceny was reported on July 20, 2013. Victim reported that a tool box that fits into a pickup truck bed was taken from underneath his rental home located in the 5000 block of S. Virginia Dare Trail. Taken along with the tool box were several expensive hand/power tools belonging to the victim. Anyone with knowledge of this crime is asked to call police at 252-441-6386 or Dare Community Crime Line at 252-473-3111.

Second Degree Burglary:  On July 19, 2013 a second degree burglary was reported to Nags Head Police and was alleged to have occurred in the 200 block of E. Bonnett St., Nags Head. The victim left the residence around 9:15 pm that evening and returned home again around 11:30pm that night. The victim discovered that a sliding screen door had been tampered with when same had been locked earlier in the evening. If anyone has any information regarding this crime please call police at 252-441-6386.

Misdemeanor Larceny:  On July 19, 2013 the theft of a surfboard was reported to the Nags Head Police Department. The victim reported that his 7’2″ Mike Rowe surfboard was taken sometime between 2:00 am July 19th and 5:30 pm July 19th. The board is described as being multi-colored and was taken from the 5800 block of S. Seachase Dr. in Nags Head. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 252-441-6386.

Residential B&E:  On July 3, 2013 a prior residential breaking and entering was reported in the 2800 block of S. Virginia Dare Tr. The incident occurred between 2:00 pm July 2nd and 12:30 pm July 3rd. At this time only an unknown amount of money was reported to have been taken from the home.

B&E of Motor Vehicle:  On July 2, 2013 a prior breaking and entering of a motor vehicle was reported in the 2900 block of the Virginia Dare Trail. The victim reported that this incident occurred between 12:00 am and 2:00 pm on July 2nd. Taken from the vehicle was an undisclosed amount of cash.

Residential B&E:  On June 30, 2013 a prior residential breaking and entering was reported in the 7000 block of S. Virginia Dare Tr. This occurred between midnight on May 10th and 6:00 pm June 29th. The victim reported that several power tools and hand tools were taken from the owners closet of the residence.

First Degree Burglary:  On June 24, 2013 a first degree burglary report was filed with the Nags Head Police. The incident occurred in the 3400 block of S. Virginia Dare Tr., between the hours of 2:00 am and 7:00 am on the 24th. The victim reported that an unknown subject(s) entered the home while the occupants were asleep and stole an undisclosed amount of cash from the residence.

Breaking and Entering:  The Nags Head Police are investigating a breaking and entering and larceny incident that occurred on Sunday June 9, 2013 sometime between 11:30pm and 12:00am June 10th at the Ralph Lauren Polo store at the Tanger Outlet mall.  Officers arrived on scene to find that the front door to the business had been smashed and that an undisclosed amount of clothing had been taken from inside the store.  Anyone that may have any information regarding this crime is asked to call the Nags Head Police at 252-441-6386 or Dare Community Crime Line at 252-473-3111.

Misdemeanor Larceny: A misdemeanor larceny was reported to the Nags Head Police on Wednesday July 3rd. The victim reported that a pallet jack being stored at the Nags Head Storage Unit located at 209 W. Eighth St. was stolen. The property was last seen on July 1st at approx. 7:00 pm and was found missing at 10:00 am this date.

Damage to Life Guard Stands:  The Nags Head Police are investigating several incidents of damage to property that has been occurring to life guard stands on the beach.  Since the Memorial Day weekend holiday several of the life guard stands have been knocked over and damaged by unknown individuals.  These stands are very large and heavy and would take more than one person to knock over as they are buried in the sand to keep them upright.  These stands are extremely important for the safety and security of the towns visitors as the life guards need them to be able to observe the beach and the water.  When these stands are damaged the life guards are forced to take time away from their regular duties to repair them.  Anyone with any information as to who may be involved is asked to call Nags Head Police at 252-441-6386.

Stolen Motor Scooter:  On Saturday June 1st the theft of a motor scooter was reported to have occurred from the Nags Head fishing pier parking lot.  This incident happened sometime between the hours of 9:30pm on Friday, May 31st and  9:00am on Saturday, June 1st.  The scooter is a Manco phoenix, blue, black and silver in color.  Anyone that has seen this vehicle or that has any information is asked to call police at 252-441-6386.

Business B&E: On Saturday June 1, 2013 at approximately 5:00 am, two males were seen on surveillance cameras breaking in to an outdoor storage freezer at the Austin Fish Company located at 3711 S. Croatan Hwy.  The subjects were seen walking around the back of the building that houses the business freezer and cooler, then breaking the padlock off of the storage freezer.  One subject entered the freezer 4 different times and can be seen carrying out boxes that are believed to be king crab and shrimp.  One male is wearing what appears to be long pants, a short sleeved button down type shirt and a baseball hat.  The other male is wearing a hooded sweatshirt with the hood up and what appears to be a pair of long baggy shorts.  Anyone with information is asked to call Nags Head Police at 252-441-6386 or Dare Community Crimeline at 252-473-3111.

Business B&E:  On May 7, 2013 a breaking and entering and felony larceny incident was reported  at the Something Fishy store located at 2506 S. Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head. The victim stated that an unknown person(s) broke into the store and stole and undisclosed amount of cash as well as miscellaneous other items from inside the business.

Hit and Run:  On May 6, 2013 a prior hit and run with property damage only was reported to the Nags Head Police Department. The victim states that his vehicle, a 2008 Toyota Scion, teal in color, was hit while it was parked in the parking lot of the Dollar Tree store located at 5120 S. Croatan Hwy., Nags Head. The suspect vehicle is reported to be a beige or tan in color GMC SUV type vehicle and was driven by a white female.

Assault Inflicting Serious Injury:   On March 29, 3013 an assault inflicting serious injury incident took place at Kelly’s Restaurant in Nags Head. The victim was assaulted inside the business by two unknown black males. The victim sustained injuries to the face and head area. One of the males was said to be wearing black pants and a black and red sweat shirt. Anyone that may have seen the incident at Kelly’s that night or that may know who the males are is asked to call police at 252-441-6386 or Crime Line at 252-473-3111.

 

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Randy Scott Datson

Age: 36

Race: w/m

Height: 6’1″

Weight: 230

Randy Scott Datson is wanted by the Nags Head Police on charges of Embezzlement and Obtaining Property by False Pretenses; all are felony charges. Datson is a white male, approximately 6’01” / 230 lbs. He has brown hair that is cut short; he may have a goatee, and also has a tattoo on his left arm. He is most often referred to by his middle name “Scott”. Datson was last known to be living on Old Cemetery Rd. in Manteo. Datson has outstanding warrants related to the theft of lottery tickets from the Grab N Go convenience store located in Nags Head where he was an employee. If anyone knows where Scott Datson may be or has seen him recently, you are asked to contact the Nags Head Police at 252-441-6386 or Dare community Crime Line at 252-473-3111.

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Commercial B&E: On March 17, 2016 a break-in was reported at 1409 National Park Dr, Manteo at The Lost Colony Theater. During this break-in five Halloween masks were taken. Each valued $500+ each with a value totaling over $3,000.00. Anyone having information about these crimes is asked to contact the National Park Service at (252) 475-9006 or the Dare Community Crime Line at 252-473-3111.

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Suspicious Fire: Cape Hatteras National Seashore Law Enforcement Staff is investigating a suspicious fire on National Park Service property.  On Tuesday January 12th, 2016 Nags Head Fire and Roanoke Island Fire Departments extinguished a human caused fire south of Whalebone Junction on Cape Hatteras National Seashore.  This senseless act put fire fighter lives and local residence at risk.

If you were driving this section of road on NC 12 between 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm on January 12th, 2016 and saw any suspicious people or vehicles along the road edge, please contact the Dare County Crime Line or the National Park Service at 252-475-9006.

Vandalism: On September 22nd, at approximately 3:15 PM at the Coquina Beach parking lot of Cape Hatteras National Seashore, four tires on an unattended vehicle were slashed.   Witnesses observed a faded dark blue or green vehicle, possibly an El Camino with a topper, in the vicinity of the incident.  Two weeks prior to this incident, multiple vehicles parked throughout the national seashore sustained slashed tires.

Vandalism: On Monday, September 7, 2015 between 11 am and 3:30 pm, multiple cars parked in the parking lots within Cape Hatteras National Seashore sustained slashed tires.  Two vehicles parked at the Ramp 25 parking lot, between Salvo and Avon, sustained tire damage and one vehicle parked at the Frisco bathhouse parking lot was damaged.  The offender used a small tool to slash multiple tires on each of these vehicles and the victims appear to be random.   National Park Service Rangers are requesting any information that could identify the individual(s) involved in the crimes. If you believe you may be a victim or you have any information pertaining to these crimes please contact the National Park Service at 252-475-9006 or Dare Community Crime Line.

Breaking and Entering:  On Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at approximately 2319 hours, park visitors returned to their campsite to find a male adult walking around their tent and camper. When questions, suspect stated he lost his dog and was searching for it. While the park visitors where helping suspect look for his lost dog, he took off in his vehicle (silver/gray Kia). That’s when occupants of site J21 observed their blue cooler (outside next to camper) and a bag (full of women clothing) from inside the secured tent was missing. Description of the suspect is as follows:  White Male Adult, age 30+, 5’11”, Short dark brown hair (almost shaved), tall & thin, Red t-shirt, flip flops, sunglasses, and ball cap.

Vehicle B&E:  On May 23, 2015 between 1:30 and 3: 30 p.m. a vehicle parked near the lighthouse by the off island hunt club access road had its rear window broken out. A backpack was taken which included 2 pairs of high end binoculars valued at $700.00.

Vehicle B&E: A 2013 Honda Accord parked at Elizabeth Gardens was forcibly entered and a purse was stolen from the floorboard of the front passenger seat. Entry was made by breaking a back passenger window.  The following contents were missing: white purse with checkered pattern, Samsung smart phone, key ring with key fob, check book (BB&T), check card, credit card, cash, and NC driver’s license.

2.13.15 arson Park Service port a pottyVandalism to Government Property: On Monday, February 2, 2015, Rangers investigated vandalism to government property that occurred at the portable toilets located at the Buxton Woods Picnic Area in Buxton, NC.  At approximately 5:45 pm on Sunday, February 1, 2015, fire was set to the portable toilets by suspect(s) at the Buxton Woods Picnic Area. Extensive damage was done to the blue handicap portable toilet as well as the yellow portable toilet next to it. The decking boards on the sidewalk and portable toilet enclosure had extensive damage as well.

Vandalism to Government Property: On Wednesday, February 11, 2015 Rangers investigated vandalism to Government property that occurred at the Cape Point Campground, Buxton, NC. Sometime between 6:00 pm on Tuesday, February 10, 2015 and 7:00 am Wednesday, February 11, 2015, by suspect(s) entered Campground grounds and driving off pavement, doing donuts and spinning tires in the wet grass, running over carsonite signs, broke fences and ballards. Suspect(s) in the past have torn up informational signs and kicked bathroom doors off hinges and stole metal signs.

(SOLVED) Dog Bites Child: On September 10, 2015 around 12:12 pm a 2 year old child was bitten in the face by an unidentified dog running off leash on the beach within Cape Hatteras National Seashore. This occurred in front of the village of Waves near La Waves Drive. Rangers are seeking assistance with identifying and locating the dog. It is described as a male dog, that is around +50 lbs, some type of mutt (possible shepherd mix).  Family saw the dog running at large all week in the area. It had a collar on earlier in the week and its name may be “Taco” . (SOLVED)

Felony Larceny: On December 15th a theft from the Parsons Construction work yard area located at New Inlet on NC 12 occurred.  An employee of Parsons reported that a Wacker Neuson G25 diesel generator, valued at $19,000, had been stolen from the secured gated and fenced yard.  The suspects gained entry into the yard by cutting the lock on the gate then entered the yard and cut the power supply cables from the generator and hooked up to the generator and left the yard heading northbound on NC 12.  

Anyone with information regarding the case is encouraged to contact the National Park Service directly at 252-473-2111 ex. 9010 or submit a tip through Crime Line.

Poaching:  During the week of December 14th 2014 a dead deer was found along the side of Hwy 12 that had been shot and its head was removed.  This deer is believed to have been illegally taken on National Park Service lands somewhere between the towns of Salvo and Avon.  No meat had been removed from the deer, just its head.  It was a male deer that most likely had large antlers which made it a desirable trophy.  The remainder of the entire carcass was left to rot on the ground. The National Park Service is looking for further information regarding this incident.  To leave anonymous information: darecommunitycrimeline.org  or call (252)-473-3111, (800)-745-2746.  Dare Central Communication (252) 473-3444.

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission are requesting assistance with an investigation involving the suspected illegal take of a radio-collared red wolf that was recently found dead.  The federally protected red wolf was found with an apparent gunshot wound on Tuesday, January 7, 2014, southwest of Columbia, in Tyrrell County, North Carolina.  A total of 14 wild red wolves were known to have died in 2013 including three struck and killed by vehicles, one death as a result of non-management related actions, and nine confirmed or suspected gunshot deaths.  The cause of the remaining wolf’s death is currently undetermined.

The red wolf is protected under the Endangered Species Act as an experimental, non-essential population.  This means that relaxed regulations allow landowners to kill a red wolf if it attacks their livestock or pets.  Additionally, a red wolf that is taken incidentally to any type of legal activity (e.g., hunting coyotes following state regulations) on private lands in the red wolf recovery area does not constitute a violation of the federal regulation, provided that the taking is not intentional or willful, and is reported to the Service or the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission within 24 hours.  The Service believes that no legitimate conservation purpose would be served by bringing an enforcement action under the ESA in such cases, and only intentional or willful take will be prosecuted on private lands.

It is important to report red wolf incidents quickly so that Service personnel can respond quickly to minimize conflicts and retrieve any carcasses for necropsy before such carcasses deteriorate to the degree that necropsy results are compromised.

If someone accidentally kills a red wolf, they must report it by calling the Fish and Wildlife Service at 1-855-4-WOLVES (1-855-496-5837), or the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission at 1-800-662-7137.

Anyone with information that directly leads to an arrest, a criminal conviction, a civil penalty assessment, or forfeiture of property on the subject or subjects responsible for the suspected unlawful take of a red wolf may be eligible for a reward of up to $2,500.

Anyone with information on the death of this red wolf or any others, past or future, is urged to contact Resident Agent in Charge John Elofson at (404) 763-7959, Refuge Officer Frank Simms at (252) 216-7504, or North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Officer Robert Wayne at (252) 216-8225.

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Damage to Property:  On October 16, 2013 a “honor system” fruit stand near Maple Road in Coinjock, was damaged and money was stolen from the cash box.

 

6.4.2013 Stolen Trailer Currituck

Stolen Trailer:  The trailer pictured wasr stolen from 187 North Gregory Rd sometime on June 2, 2013. There were large foldable D rings added by the owner. One above the center cutout at the rear of the trailer and two added on the tongue at the front.