If he has personal property and will not let you get it, then you need to talk to the police. Usually an officer will accompany you and stand by while you get your possessions. The problem is proving what is yours and what is his.
I assume that he is on the birth certificate. The next step is to petition the court for custody and child support.
Here is the info on CS
Here is the site for forms to petition for CS
Here is a list of womens shelters in NC. Some offer legal assistance.
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