THANK YOU! We’d like to thank the Committee to Honor America’s Veterans for their generous donation to the BCSO Project Lifesaver Program! This afternoon, IMPACT Unit team members, Deputy Geiger and Deputy McRae, met with the board and discussed how their donation would benefit the program. Project Lifesaver is a … Read More
ＡＲＲＥＳＴＥＤ！ Detectives with the BCSO Criminal Investigations Unit have arrested a Supply man for multiple vehicle break-ins and weapons charges. TANNER LEE CRISCO, 22, of River Street in Supply, is charged with: 7 counts of break or enter a motor vehicle 3 counts of larceny of a firearm 3 counts … Read More
ＡＲＲＥＳＴＥＤ！ Deputies with the BCSO Selective Enforcement Unit have arrested two on felony drug charges. JODY RILEY, 45, of Project Rd. in Ash, is charged with PWIMSD cocaine and possess drug paraphernalia. He is currently being detained in the Brunswick County Detention Facility under a $110,000 bond. FREDERICK D. WILLIAMS, … Read More
Sheriff John Ingram and the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Marine Patrol Unit would like to reward children for wearing their life jackets while out on the water. Not only is it crucial for safety, for children under the age of 13, it’s the law! When BCSO Marine Patrol Unit spots … Read More
Due to COVID-19, the following procedures are temporarily in place: Public fingerprinting services are currently suspended. Please call 910-253-2777 with any questions. Gun Permit applications are currently by appointment. You may schedule an appointment by applying online and selecting a date/time.
In the upcoming weeks, the Sheriff’s Office will be releasing some videos for kids and parents. Like Sheriff John W. Ingram says in the video, many of us at the Sheriff’s Office are parents and we understand the challenges of being tasked with homeschooling our children. We will be posting videos … Read More
⚠️SCAM ALERT: PLEASE SHARE⚠️ We’ve received some reports that someone claiming to be with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office is calling people in our community and trying to scam them. The caller is using real names associated with the Sheriff’s Office and is using a “spoofed” phone number that shows … Read More