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Criminal Investigative Division

The Criminal Investigative Division consists of seven full time and two part time detectives supervised by two lieutenants and a captain.  The division also has a state certified arson investigator.  Cases are assigned to detectives based on the geographic area of the county in which the crime occurred.

Captain Phil Humphrey
Criminal Investigative Division Commander
Area: Homeland Security (ICE/HSI)
Email:  philh@duplincountync.com

Lieutenant Charles Weaver
Criminal Investigative Division Supervisor
Email:  chuckw@duplincountync.com

Detective Clarke Beringer
Investigative Area:  Wallace, Teachey, Pin Hook,
Harrells, Chinquapin and Deep Bottom Community
Email:  clarkeb@duplincountync.com

Detective Matthew Braswell
Investigative Area:  Albertson, Calypso, Deep Run,
Mt. Olive, and Seven Springs
Email:  matthew.braswell@duplincountync.com

Detective Jon Green
Investigative Area:  Faison, Kenansville, and Warsaw
Email:  jon.green@duplincountync.com

Detective Jerome Henderson
Investigative Area:  Beulaville, Kenansville, Pink Hill,  Richlands,
and the Sarecta Community
Email:  jhenderson@duplincountync.com

Detective Susan Holland
Investigative Area:  Greenevers, Magnolia, and Rose Hill
Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) cases
Email:  susanw@duplincountync.com

Detective Edward Johnson
Investigative Area:  Sexual abuse/assault cases and
missing persons cases
Email:  edward.johnson@duplincountync.com

Crime Scene Investigation Unit

Detective Shane Miller
Evidence Technician
Email:  shanem@duplincountync.com

Detective Matthew English
Email:  matthew.english@duplincountync.com

Detective Sandy Wagers
Email:  sandy.wagers@duplincountync.com



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