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City of Eden, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:68
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:1
Forcible Rape:2
Aggravated Assault:56
Property Crime:746
Larceny Theft:513
Motor Vehicle Theft:48
City of Eden, Census Data
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Total population of residents15,527
White resident population recorded11,058
Black or African American resident population recorded3,701
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded67
Asian resident population recorded105
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded26
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded753
Resident population of some other race recorded273
Resident population of two or more races recorded297
City of Eden, NC Public Records
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Endangered Missing: NICHOLAS BEAMAN (NC)
NICHOLAS BEAMAN, Age Now: 16, Missing: 11/23/2013. Missing From EDENTON, NC. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Edenton Police Department (North Carolina) 1-252-482-4444.
November 25 2013 - Source:

Missing: ROB BUNCH (NC)
ROB BUNCH, Age Now: 19, Missing: 11/23/2013. Missing From EDENTON, NC. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Edenton Police Department (North Carolina) 1-252-482-4444.
November 25 2013 - Source:

Family Abduction: GABRIELA FRANCO (NC)
GABRIELA FRANCO, Age Now: 5, Missing: 01/08/2009. Missing From MADISON, NC. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Eden Police Department (North Carolina) 1-336-623-9755.
August 05 2013 - Source:

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11-82153 Matthew John Edenfield and Margaret A. Edenfield
Type: bk Office: 1 Chapter: 13 Trustee: Hutson, Richard M. [Allow Amended Claim(s) (13-15a)] (<a href=''>29</a>)
Happening April 10 2014 - Source:

11-81563 Tecesia Ann Breeden
Type: bk Office: 1 Chapter: 13 Trustee: Hutson, Richard M. [Certificate (s) of Undeliverable/Returned Mail] (<a href=''>25</a>)
Happening April 03 2014 - Source:

Former deputy guilty of tasing utility worker
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- A former New Hanover County Sheriff's deputy accused of tasing a utility worker has been found guilty of simple assault. The district attorney says former deputy Reed Roberts not only used his taser, but tried to use his service weapon and handcuffs on Duke Energy contract worker Jerome Wallace. Wallace came to Roberts’s Pender County home last fall to restore power after a late payment. "I see him come out of the house with the gun. I had no idea what he would do next,” Wallace said on the stand. Wallace says the whole incident started from something small: the late payment of an electric bill. Wallace was given an order to cut the power off in Robert’s home for non-payment, and when the bill was finally paid, he returned to restore power. That's when he says the trouble started. "I turned around and Mr. Roberts was directly behind me. He started screaming, hollering about his barricade, and ‘what the f*** are you doing back here and you mother f*****,’” Wallace said. Roberts told investigators he was upset because he thought Wallace damaged some logs Roberts used to barricade a hole in his fence. Wallace says after restoring power he tried to leave but was again confronted by Roberts. "By then he was screaming, 'you better not f****** leave, you better not f****** leave. I want your ID.' And I turned around and said, 'sir my ID is in my truck, if you let me in, I'll get it to you,' but before I could say anything, he shot me with the taser,” Wallace explained. Wallace was able to get out his pepper spray to fight back. "He didn't see it coming, and I just pepper sprayed him in his face,” he said. Investigators say Roberts went back into his house to get his gun as Wallace drove off scared, and hurt. The judge stripped Roberts of his law enforcement credentials and sentenced him to 12 months probation and a 30-day suspended jail term.
Happening March 26 2014 - Source:

ONLY ON 3: Shooting victim's sister says police could have done more
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- A fight with a boyfriend ended with Wilmington Police shooting and killing a suicidal woman in late January. Today District Attorney Ben David and Wilmington Police Chief Ralph Evangelous said the officer who fired the shots was justified. Less than one month shy of her 22nd birthday, Grace Lousie Denk, a former Marine, was shot four times by a Wilmington Police officer killing her. "I had her birthday present on my dresser," Denk's sister Annie Babbit said in an exclusive interview with WWAY. It was a birthday present Denk would never see. Police say Denk and her boyfriend were arguing Jan. 28 when she drove away from his home upset and drunk. After receiving several texts from Denk saying she wanted to kill herself and that she had a gun, the boyfriend called 911. "It's my ex-girlfriend," he told an operator. "She ran out of the house. I think she's going to kill herself." Police were only on scene for two minutes before shots were fired. Babbitt says her little sister dealt with depression after returning from Afghanistan, but she did not think Denk would have actually killed herself. "I think if they had taken more than a few minutes with her, and even if they had tried to talk with her, you know, instead of coming up to her, pointing a gun at her, and kicking her door, I think any gesture would have helped. anything except for what they did," Babbitt said. The family's attorney, Katy Parker, says if the officers involved had crisis intervention training, the outcome may have been different. "The right person could have saved her life, and it's so sad that that wasn't even attempted. It wasn't even tried," Parker said. Parker says there is a serious question as to whether Denk actually pointed her gun at officers, but Evangelous and David say it did happen and was enough to justify the shooting. Parker says she and Denk's family are discussing the next steps in finding justice for Denk, including possibly a civil lawsuit against WPD. Chief Evangelous says the department is ramping up its crisis intervention training.
Happening March 14 2014 - Source:

Legendary UNCW swim coach retiring
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- The founding father of UNCW's swimming and diving program is calling it a career. Dave Allen announced today he will retire at the end of June after 44 years in coaching, including the last 37 in the Port City. Allen says he wants to spend more time with his wife, children and three grandsons. "It's time for me to step aside and let someone else take the program to a higher level," Allen said. "The decision to retire is not based on any one thing. I still enjoy the on-deck coaching and working with the student-athletes and the competitions. There are so many other behind-the-scenes duties that need much more energy than I have right now." Allen, 66, recently led the men's team to an unprecedented 13th consecutive Colonial Athletic Association championship in College Park, Md. He has also coached the UNCW women to three championships, including back-to-back crowns in 1998 and 1999, and the 1997 and 1998 ECAC crowns. "This is something that I discussed with my family going back to last year," Allen said. "Winning the conference meet this year, especially the way we did it, put an exclamation point on the season. I don’t know if it can get any better." Allen originated the program in 1977-78 and has directed the Seahawks to a combined 16 conference championships, 13 on the men's side and three for the women, along with a pair of Eastern titles. The ultra-successful mentor has been named CAA Coach-of-the-Year 15 times, including five for the women and 10 for the men.
Happening March 13 2014 - Source:

Judge: Duke must clean up contaminated groundwater
MITCH WEISS Associated Press CHARLOTTE, NC (AP) -- A North Carolina judge says Duke Energy must take immediate action to eliminate the source of groundwater pollution at its coal ash dumps. Wake County Judge Paul Ridgeway says state regulators failed to properly apply the law. The ruling stems from legal action taken by the Southern Environmental Law Center in 2012. The group asked the Environmental Management Commission to force Duke to take immediate corrective action when groundwater problems were discovered at the state's 32 ash dumps. But the commission ruled against the environmental group in December 2012 and they appealed the ruling. The judge's ruling comes a month after a massive coal ash spill from a Duke facility in Eden coated 70 miles of the Dan River in toxic gray sludge. (Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
Happening March 06 2014 - Source:

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Killer kept Navy base credentials despite life of crime
NORFOLK A 35-year-old truck driver with a troubled past walked onto a U.S. warship Monday night, grabbed a guard’s gun and used it to kill a sailor who tried to intervene. Jeffrey Tyrone Savage had taken a life once before.
March 27 2014 - Source:

Fayetteville man wanted for posing as doctor surrenders
A Fayetteville man accused of operating a fraudulent medical clinic and writing prescriptions using stolen credentials surrendered to authorities Thursday.
March 06 2014 - Source:

Second coal ash dump leak sends toxins into North Carolina river
North Carolina on Tuesday ordered Duke Energy Corp to plug a leak of contaminated wastewater from a decommissioned power plant, which authorities in the state said might be leaking into a river that supplies drinking water. The arsenic-laced discharge from a 36-inch stormwater pipe was the second this month from beneath a coal ash dump at the Eden plant. In early February, thousands of tons of ...
February 19 2014 - Source:

EPA to answer questions in Danville about coal ash spill
Representatives from EPA regions 3 and 4 , as well as other responding agencies, will be available to provide the community an update on the Eden NC Coast Ash Spill incident and answer questions regarding the response.
February 09 2014 - Source:

N.C. Supreme Court to rule on unprecedented case about a murder by cellphone
Brandi Grainger, now 24, was convicted of first-degree murder for hiring a hitman to kill her father.
January 22 2014 - Source:

Eden Homicide Victim Found In Car Identified
The Rockingham County Sheriff's Office has identified a homicide victim found in a car in Eden.  
January 01 2014 - Source:


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