The people that run them, division commanders/directors, make certain that each division does its part in getting the job done. In addition to the per permit fee of $5, the system will charge a per transaction fee for the convenience of applying and paying for your permits online. Monica Shepard and her son, Dameon, are one of two black families in the middle-class Pender County neighborhood about a 30-minute drive northeast of Wilmington, family attorney Jim Lea told CNN. The Pender County Sheriff’s department offers this online service as a convenience to the community. This is accomplished through a spirit of service to the community and the fair and consistent enforcement of the laws of North Carolina. The mission of the Pender County Sheriff’s Office is to preserve the peace, maintain an orderly society, and to protect the life and property of all who live within or pass through our borders.

According to North Carolina court records and Pender County Sheriff’s Office inmate records, neither Wood or Kita is currently in custody and no first appearance has yet been scheduled.

The convenience fee is not collected by the Sheriff. This site is administered and maintained by Sheriff Alan W. Cutler. Sheriff Alan W. Cutler, Burgaw, North Carolina. Pender County Sheriff’s Office searching for missing teen By Bob Bonner | May 4, 2020 at 4:17 AM EDT - Updated May 4 at 10:45 AM WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - The Pender County Sheriff’s Office announced that a 15-year old girl reported missing Sunday evening has been found safe. On 23 January 2020 at 1:31 pm Pender County 911 received a call advising a utility crew had cut a natural gas line at the intersection of Walker St. and Wilmington St. … 1.2K likes. January 24th, 2020, The Pender County Jail is back in operation. The Pender County Sheriff's Office is comprised of several divisions, each with its own given mission to help protect and serve the citizens of Pender County. Inmates who were evacuated have returned to the facility without incident.