“The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office believes in the dignity and worth of all people. It is the duty of our office to safeguard lives and property as well as to protect the innocent from becoming victims of deception and oppression while always respecting the people’s constitutional rights.

We are dedicated to providing the safest environment and the highest level of service possible with the goal of improving the quality of life for all citizens of Brunswick County.

Through innovative leadership and a partnership with those whom we serve, we are dedicated, capable and well prepared to enforce all laws, deter criminal activity, protect and serve the citizenry and maintain order at all times.”

~ Sheriff John W. Ingram, V

BCSO Detectives Asking for Assistance in Identifying Suspect or Suspects in Tomato Farm Larceny

Detectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office are asking for the community’s assistance in identifying the suspect or suspects involved in a larceny that occurred early this morning.

At app…

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BCSO Detectives Searching for Wanted SC Man

Detectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office are searching for a South Carolina man, wanted on multiple charges.

Jason Lee Hanna, 31, of Ashepoo Creek Drive, Myrtle Beach, is charged with …

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BCSO Continues to Ask for Public's Assistance in Locating Rachel Owens

Today marks three years since Rachel Natacha Owens was reported missing.
On May 5, 2011, Rachel was seen getting off her school bus at South Brunswick High School in Boling Spring Lakes.  Surveillance video on the school’s campus captured Rachel entering a small, dark-colored car with what may have been South Carolina license plates.  She has not had any contact with her family or friends since leaving the school.

Detectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office, as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigation, are again asking for the public’s assistance in providing any information that might lead to the whereabouts of Rachel Natacha Owens.  Detectives continue to follow up on any and all leads and advise that no detail is too small.

Rachel would be eighteen years of age now. …

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