After failing to get a response to an email again asking questions about man impersonating an officer on Wednesday, a WECT news crew went to Navassa Town Hall in person. The building was locked, but a staff member came to the front door, explaining the building was closed “due to COVID-19.”
Bestselling author Wiley Cash’s fourth novel is his first set along the North Carolina coast. Cash will discuss the book at an event on Sunday at the Brooklyn Arts Center, which will raise money for the Friends School of Wilmington.
Court paperwork notes a request that Cinotti be monitored by a GPS tracking device. It notes “the defendant left the jurisdiction and assumed a different identity” after his arrest in July, and has “approached government officials purporting to be an officer of the United States Military. In addition to the current charges, the defendant has posed as a fireman, a military officer, an attorney, and a federal judge.”
Youth violence is at the forefront of the public’s mind following a shooting that took place at New Hanover High School. Questions like what can be done to prevent these sorts of things from ever happening again are being asked.
City of Wilmington and NHC each designated $500,000 of funds received from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 to the program, which is aimed to help eligible people who fell behind on water and sewer bills as a result of the pandemic.