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Jacksonville Daily News (Newspaper) - May 2, 2015, Jacksonville, North Carolina Car collides with school bus two Hunters Creek Middle school students report minor injuries but no ambulance needed after Friday afternoon crash. A3 75t i saturday May 2, 2015 v f a Jacksonville til ship to be sunk As memorial reef Boa being named Aller do i s kilo Lim i rain Seoni will Leeonie Lia Hilal the late Jim Francesconi longtime coordinator of North Carolinas artificial reef program enjoyed fishing around the artificial reefs he helped create off the state s coast. Submitted photo by Jannette pippin soon after the old menhaden boat hits the Ocean floor a transition will take place As algae barnacles and plants take hold of the Structure and become habitat for the fish and Marine life around it. As the vessel becomes part of the Howard Chapin reef about 12 Miles outside of Beaufort Inlet it will also become a living memorial to the life and work of the late Jim Francesconi. Francesconi a 27-year employee of the North Carolina division of Marine fisheries died july 18,2014, after a Battle with leukaemia. As the one year anniversary of his death approaches an Effort is under Way to Honor his work with the states artificial reef program. The plan is to rename the ship after Francesconi and sink it to become part of the existing artificial reef. The goal is to do so by mid july. A the Beautiful thing about this is that Jim a passing is creating this wonderful living reef a a said Steve Broad Hurst a Carteret county diver and Board member of the Eastern Carolina artificial reef association. There is still Money to be raised to make it happen but Broadhurst and the others leading the fundraising project Are confident it will be a reality. A i look Forward to being under the water and seeing that ship sitting upright on the sea floor with Jim a name on it a Broadhurst said. The fundraising group is headed by Broadhurst Bobby Purifoy of Olympus dive Center in Morehead City and Debby Boyce of discovery diving in Beaufort. The Opportunity came up earlier this year when tim Mullane of american Marine group in Norfolk who had worked with Francesconi on various projects offered to provide at Cost a ship to sink As a reef in his memory. See reef a a4 a Onslow county one arrest made Over robbery police name second Sii Speel still seeking to identify third daily news staff one person has been charged a second has been identified and a third remains unknown following a recent robbery on Ramsey Road. Onslow county sheriffs office deputies responded to a robbery april 20 with a dangerous weapon Call on Ramsey Road. The alleged victim received minor injuries during the incident and three suspects fled the scene before deputies arrived according to information from Ocso. Stacie Marie Powell 31, of Jacksonville was arrested april 29 and charged with felony break and enter with intent to commit larceny felony larceny after breaking and entering felony Possession of stolen property felony second degree kidnapping felony conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon. Powell is currently in the Onslow county jail under a $106,000 secured Bond. The Ocso has warrants on 24-year-Oid Joshua Bennie Smith regarding this Case. If anyone knows the whereabouts of Joshua Bennie Smith or the third suspect an unknown Black female please Contact the Onslow county sheriffs office at 910-455-3113, det. Sgt. J. Lincoln at 910-989-4064, . Or crime stoppers at 910-938-3273. Crime stoppers offers Cash rewards of up to $2,500 for information leading to apprehension or arrest. Callers to crime stoppers Are not required to reveal their identities. Information can also be anonymously texted via text a tip by typing tip4csjax and your message to 274637. Please refer to Case number 2015006500 when calling about this incident. Barimore a Freddie Gray s Dea h n custody six officers charged a a. A a Powell Smith Marilyn Mosby Baltimore states attorney Speaks to the Media on Friday. She announced criminal charges against All six officers suspended after Freddie Gray suffered a fatal spinal injury while in police custody. Photo by the associated press Maryland states attorney details probable cause justifying felony cases by Juliet Linderman and Amanda Lee Myers associated press Baltimore i rage turned to Relief in Baltimore on Friday when the City Stop prosecutor charged six police officers with felonies ranging from assault to murder in the death of Freddie Gray. States attorney Marilyn Mosby said Gray a arrest was illegal and unjustified and that his neck was broken because he was handcuffed shackled and placed headfirst into a police Van where his pleas for medical Atten 4 Goodson Miller Tion were repeatedly ignored As he bounced around inside the Small Metal Box. The swiftness of her announcement less than a Day after receiving the police departments criminal investigation and official autopsy results took the City by Surprise. So too did her detailed description based in part on go is. A t Nero Porter her offices Independent investigation of the evidence supporting probable cause to charge All six officers with felonies. The police had no reason to Stop or Chase after Gray Mosby said. They falsely accused him of having an illegal switchblade when in fact it was a Legal pocketknife. Rice White the Van Driver and the other officers failed to strap him Down with a Seatbelt a direct violation of department policy and they ignored Gray a repeated pleas for medical attention even rerouting the Van to pick up another passenger. See Baltimore a a4 warmer mrs business. Classified comics. B4 entertainment.,., c7 opinion. D2 lottery. A2 puzzles. Is obits. A4 sports. B7 c6 cd hcs if cd is. 6 �?�53101 00007 s vol. La ill no. 122 so louder Lippe fear hospice your life. Your care. Your Way. 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