Me thinks there's more to this story than we're hearing. Something ain't right here.

They're losing a good Chief but luckily have a good one to fill in once he retires. Congratulations on your well deserved retirement, Chief Reese. I have no doubt Mike Panzarella will keep the department running smoothly.

I don't think they meet next Monday night. I believe it will be the following Monday, June 14.

Cape Carteret is not the crossroads of 24 and 58. It's just a town that those two highways happen to intersect at and they have to deal with the traffic congestion.

Sounds like it's time for the people of Western Carteret to vote in a new County Commissioner to represent them.

Good for them. Just because others across the country fold and cater to the activists doesn't mean we need to.

When he starts throwing bricks, trying to burn your house down and painting BLM on the street in front of your house, well....then, you might have a problem.

Some of the comments on here are killing me. The Sheriff is absolutely right and taking the same approach as other Sheriff's across the state. Only the Legislative branch of our government can make law, which the Sheriff is obligated to enforce. A Governor's Executive Order is not law. If…

Good luck with that one.

David, I wouldn't either but I'm afraid it's only a matter of time. People can only be pushed so far. I see retaliation in the future.