Craig Reaves, center, poses with, from left, his daughter, Melena Argetsinger, and wife, Jana Reaves, at the opening of Sea Eagle Market, the family business that opened in a new location on Boundary Street in November. Craig Reaves helped a Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office deputy during a scuffle in the parking lot in December. Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com
Craig Reaves, center, poses with, from left, his daughter, Melena Argetsinger, and wife, Jana Reaves, at the opening of Sea Eagle Market, the family business that opened in a new location on Boundary Street in November. Craig Reaves helped a Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office deputy during a scuffle in the parking lot in December. Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com
Craig Reaves, center, poses with, from left, his daughter, Melena Argetsinger, and wife, Jana Reaves, at the opening of Sea Eagle Market, the family business that opened in a new location on Boundary Street in November. Craig Reaves helped a Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office deputy during a scuffle in the parking lot in December. Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com

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