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Photo courtesy Columbus County Sheriff’s Office.

A missing Columbus County woman has been located. Felicia Ann Turnage was taken into custody yesterday (Tuesday, July 17) by Columbus County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Detectives.  She was arrested at 603 Spivey Road in Whiteville, without incident.

The Columbus County Sheriff’s Office was attempting to locate Turnage in order to serve her with multiple outstanding warrants.

She was served with the following warrants:

Tabor City Police Department
1 felony count of Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle
1 misdemeanor count of Injury to Personal Property
1 citation of Hit/Run Leaving the Scene of Property Damage

Columbus County Sheriff’s Office
1 felony count of Breaking and Entering
1 felony count of Larceny after Breaking and Entering
1 felony count of Larceny of a Motor Vehicle

She was given a secured bond of $11,500.