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Whatever happened with the DWI case against former Holden Beach Police lieutenant Kendal Smith?

Brian Freskos
StarNews
Kendal Roy Smith

Kendal Roy Smith (Photo courtesy Brunswick County Sheriff's Office)

Legal affairs reporter Erin Zureick Dunn has an update to this answer: “This (case) is scheduled for Oct. 20 (2011) in Brunswick County’s DWI court, according to the Brunswick County Clerk of Superior Court’s office.”

Kendal Roy Smith, 43, has a court date set in Brunswick County for Oct. 14, 2010, on charges of driving while impaired, failure to wear a seat belt, hit and run, and careless and reckless driving, according to online North Carolina court records.

Smith was arrested in July 2009 in Shallotte. He was driving a patrol car when he pulled out of a parking lot at a high speed, according to a StarNews report at the time.

Smith, then a lieutenant, was fired from his job at the Holden Beach Police Department, the report said.

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2 Responses to “ Whatever happened with the DWI case against former Holden Beach Police lieutenant Kendal Smith?”

  1. On January 7, 2013 at 9:25 am Noone wrote:

    Can we get an update on this case? thanks

  2. On January 7, 2013 at 4:29 pm Si Cantwell wrote:

    I’m passing your suggestion on to the editor responsible for Brunswick County coverage. If a story results, it will run in the StarNews and StarNewsOnline.com.



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