BREAKING: Law enforcement officials capture Whiteville's most wanted and arrest another
Law enforcement officials captured Jasmin "J'Mo" Moore Wednesday night, March 25, on May Road in Whiteville. The U.S. Marshall's Service, along with the Whiteville Police Department, captured Moore at 645 May Road after authorities received information Moore was hiding at the residence. In addition, the owner of the residence, Charles Parram-Wade, was taken into custody by officials and charged with hiding a known fugitive and possession of marijuana and weapons.
"The Whiteville Police Department and the Hardeman County Sheriff's Office were able to establish probable cause to obtain and execute a narcotics search warrant at the same residence," said Whiteville Police Chief Steven Stanley. "Officers receoved an undetermined amount of what is believed to be marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and two handguns. I would like to say thank you to the U.S. Marshall Service and the Hardeman County Sheriff's Office for all theri hard work to keep all of our citizens safe from these thugs that terrorize our communities."