WASHINGTON - A Washington man accused of selling stolen metal turned himself into police.
Police arrested 32-year-old William Bernise Crisp and charged him with two counts of obtaining property by false pretense.
This was after it was reported that Crisp tried selling stolen medal at Kemps Recycling in Chocowinity.
Crisp turned himself in at the Magistrate's office. He was also served for an outstanding warrant for domestic violence protection order violation.
Crisp was placed without bond in the Beaufort County Detention Center.
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