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Eastern North Carolina's Most Wanted: Beaufort

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Charles Stanton Cartwright Charles Stanton Cartwright
Jaborian Shelvin Jaborian Shelvin
BEAUFORT, N.C. -

The Town of Beaufort Police Department is looking for the following people:

Charles Stanton Cartwright

He currently has two outstanding warrants for selling heroin and possession with intent to manufacture and sell heroin. Both are felony charges.

Antwan Maurice Walker

Wanted for simple assault and first degree trespassing.

Jaborian Shelvin

He has two warrants out for his arrest. He's wanted for resisting an officer, second degree trespassing and communicating threats.

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