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Jacksonville Daily News (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Jacksonville, North Carolina Local encouraged to prepare for Hurricane season daily news staff . Hurricane preparedness week the last week of May is an Apt time to prepare before a Brush with tropical weather and the official Start of Hurricane season on june i local emergency services officials said. Onslow county emergency services director Norman Bryson encourages residents to update Emer gency plans and supplies kits in Advance according to a release by the county. Hurricane season continues to nov. 30. A no part of the state is immune from a hurricanes impacts a Bryson said in the release. A we want to ensure that our residents and visitors understand that hurricanes and even tropical storms can cause severe winds flooding and property damage Here traditionally mid August to mid october is the most Active time for hurricanes in North Carolina according to the release. However last years Hurricane Arthur made landfall in Eastern North Carolina july 3-4, according to information from the National weather service. It was the earliest Hurricane to hit North Carolina in a season since records began in 1851, according to the National weather service. Bryson also urged citizens to rehearse evacuation plans. Emergency Supply kits should contain enough non perishable food and water for three to seven Days according to the release. Kits should include about a gallon of water per person per Day. Other essential items include a copies of insurance papers and identification sealed in a watertight plastic bag. A first Aid kits. A weather radio and batteries. A prescription medicines. A sleeping bags or blankets. A changes of clothes. A hygienic items such As a Toothbrush toothpaste soap and deodorant. A Cash or Check books. A pet supplies including food w Ater leashes bedding muzzle and vaccination records. In addition residents should review and update their Honinow Mersy or renters insurance policies to ensure they have coverage for accidental damage and natural disasters. More information on hurricanes and Overall emergency preparedness is available at the read Ync Mobile App and . Free workshop police seek larceny suspect for families by Maria Sestito Young families connect Onslow women s Center and Onslow county partnership for children will Host a free workshop this week to help prevent Domestic violence. A keeping healthy relationships healthy a is a workshop for improving relationships. Domestic violence affects the entire Community said Junie Christian executive director at Onslow women Scenter. A a there a so much More work to be done a he said adding that organizations and citizens should be vigilant collaborate and work to reach As Many people As possible. Incidents Are notoriously under reported however and measuring Success can be difficult Christian said. A a we re not sure if we re winning the Battle against Domestic violence or if we re just putting band aids on it a he added. The workshop is geared to teach healthy positive ways to resolve conflicts. The Hope is to tackle the problem with proper communication tools stopping Domestic violence before it happens. A an argument does no to have to Lead to a fatality a he said. The workshop curriculum developed by Onslow county partnership for children should help strengthen Young families reducing the likelihood of abuse Christian said the workshop will include an open discussion about healthy relationships signs of abuse and prevention. A keeping healthy relationships healthy will be held May 27. There will be a morning session from 10 30 . Until 12 30 . And an evening session from 6 . Until 8 . At the Onslow county partnership for children Early head Start Annex located at 103 North Plain Road in Jacksonville. For More information or to Register Call 910-238-2941 or email late on Slowic. Org. Daily news staff the Jacksonville police department is asking for help identifying a Man accused of stealing from Walmart. The alleged theft took place May is at the Walmart on Marine Boulevard according to Jacksonville department of Public safety. The suspect is described As a Light skinned Black male with a Small amount of dark hair who was wearing a dark coloured tank top and Multi coloured shorts at the time of the alleged theft according to Cpd. If you know the identity of the Man Contact Cpd detective Jacob Parker at 910-938-6408 or Jparker 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 refer to Case 15-03693 when calling or texting about this Kelvin Wayne Bledsoe jr., 22, of Mcgowan Road in Jacksonville was charged May 21 by the Onslow county sheriffs office with manufacturing marijuana maintaining a dwelling with a controlled substance and Misdemeanour Possession of marijuana paraphernalia. Bledsoe is accused of manufacturing marijuana allowing use of controlled substances in his House and possessing drug paraphernalia with the intent to use it according to warrants. Bond was set for $5,000. False pretence Matthew James mane 22, of paddock place in Jacksonville was charged May 22 by the Jacksonville police department with obtaining property by false pretence. Hane is accused of Selling a stolen Banjo to Woodson jewelry for $100, according to warrants. Bond was set at $3,000.conspiracy Tyler Jones Martin 22, of Reindeer Circle in Midway Park was charged May 22 by the Jacksonville police department with felony larceny and conspiracy to commit felony larceny. Martin is accused of stealing a 2004 Dodge Dakota valued at $5,000, and conspiring with two other men to commit larceny by trickery according to warrants. Bond was set at $5,000. How they voted a a a Here is How area members of the state general Assembly voted for the week ending May 21. House Roh Cah fetes my 97 a 2015 appropriations act makes base budget appropriations of $22.1 billion for current operations of state departments institutions and agencies and for other purposes introduced by rep. Nelson Dollar a Wake. Adopted 93-23. Sent to the Senate for consideration. Yes George Cleveland Jimmy Dixon Phil Shepard r no Chris Millis r excused absence Pat Mcelraft r Senate Roll Cail votes so 160 a enhance safety amp Commerce for ports inlets provides for the dredging and maintenance of the state s Waterways in order to enhance safety and Commerce. Introduced by sen. Michael Leer new Hanover. Adopted 43-1. Sent to the House for consideration. Yes Harry Brown Brent Jackson r no Norman Sanderson r excused absence Bill Rabon r be 50 a North Carolina farm act of 2015 provides regulatory Relief to the agricultural Community of North Carolina by providing for various transportation and environmental reforms and by making various other statutory changes. Introduced by sen. Andrew Brock a Davie. Adopted 43-2. Sent to the House for consideration. Yes Brown Jackson Sanderson excused absence Rabon sir 714 a Honor Duke s Mcaa championship celebrates and honors the Duke Blue devils on winning the 2015 National basketball championship. Introduced by sen. Dan Blued Wake. Adopted 46-0. Yes Brown Jackson Sanderson excused absence Rabon my 113 a protect our students act Senate version increases the criminal penalty for the commission of certain sex offences committed against a student by a person who is school personnel and to establish a procedure for institutions of higher education to obtain a list of students and employees at the institution who Are registered As sex offenders. Introduced by rep. Kelly Hastings a Gaston. Adopted 48-0. Returned to the House for concurrence. Yes Brown Jackson Sanderson excused absence Rabon my 294 a prohibit cell phone delinquent juvenile Senate version makes it a criminal offence to provide a cell phone to a delinquent juvenile in custody of the department of Public safety. Introduced by rep. James Boles a Moore. Adopted 49-0. Returned to the House for concurrence. Yes Brown Jackson Sanderson excused absence Rabon �6295 a juvenile Media release permits the division of juvenile Justice of the department of Public safety to determine whether it is appropriate to release certain information about an escaped delinquent juvenile introduced by rep. James Boles a Moore adopted 49-0. Sent to the governor for approval. Yes Brown Jackson Sanderson excused absence Rabon my 405 a property Protection act protects property owners from damages resulting from individuals acting in excess of the scope of permissible Access and conduct granted to them. Introduced by rep. John Szoka a Cumberland. Adopted 32-13. Sent to the governor for approval. Yes Brown Jackson Sanderson excused absence Rabon my 574 a opossum exclusion from wildlife Laws Senate version provides that state wildlife Laws do not apply to opossums Between the dates of dec. 29 and Jan. 2. Introduced by rep. Roger West a Cherokee. Adopted 38-9. Returned to the House for concurrence. Yes Brown Jackson Sanderson excused absence Rabon my 595 a military experience Law enforcement certification requirements provides that experience As military police officers counts for purposes of Law enforcement certification and increases the size of the North Carolina criminal Justice education and training standards commission. Introduced by rep. Chris Whitmire a Transylvania. Adopted 47-0, sent to the governor for approval. Yes Brown Jackson Sanderson excused absence Rabon my 795 a Sera Reform Senate version makes various reforms and amendments to the state environmental policy act. Introduced by rep. John Torbett a Gaston. Adopted 33-14. Returned to the House for concurrence. Yes Brown Jackson Sanderson excused absence Rabon Dawg a my Little Many % i miss you and the girls Princess lady shorty Sasha Star and the happiness you brought to me. You were my Best Friend and i have Many Joyful memories of you chasing balls Frisbee and the Deer in the backyard. 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