Downtown Statesville Art Crawl is tonight

FROM PRESS RELEASE STATESVILLE – The 2014 Downtown Statesville Fall Art Crawl is set for this Friday, September 12 from 5:30–8:30 pm. The Art Crawl will showcase more than 50 artists in 31 different galleries, shops and businesses scattered throughout the heart of Downtown Statesville. It is self-guided and you can begin the Crawl at […]

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Charges issued following traffic stop

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Phil Redmond stated: that on 9-9-14 Sgt. C.L. Stone of the Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team conducted a traffic stop on a 1993 Oldsmobile on Salisbury Hwy. after observing the vehicle fail to stop at a stop light. Stone spoke to the driver, Tracy A. Paulson, 35, of Statesville, whom was driving while […]

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ASU student remains missing, may be endangered

PRESS RELEASE The Appalachian State University Police Department and the State Bureau of Investigation along with other local, State and Federal agencies are now classifying Anna Marie Smith as a missing and possibly endangered person. Investigators are actively using all means to locate Anna. Anna, an 18-year old student at Appalachian, has been missing since […]

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Open house planned for new Statesville Historical Collection home

PRESS RELEASE The public is invited to an open house celebration at the new, permanent location of the Statesville Historical Collection on Sunday, September 14, from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. Come and check out the array of new exhibits, including a gallery of unpublished W. J. Stimson photos from the early 1900s. These photos […]

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Chief Anderson: Officer cameras increase trust

By Statesville Police Chief Tom Anderson There has been a lot of conversation nationally concerning the use of body worn camera systems by police officers. Personally, I am pleased to see this topic being discussed and that the public is taking steps to hold law enforcement accountable. The public is making it clear as to […]

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State officials: Juvenile did not return to correction facility

PRESS RELEASE CONCORD – The Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice reports that a juvenile placed in its custody at the Stonewall Jackson Youth Development Center failed to return to the facility today following a home visit. The juvenile identified as Levi M. was last seen today (Sunday) around noon near a wooded area […]

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Rowan shooting suspect found dead

PRESS RELEASES UPDATE: 09-07-14 1:35PM The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office continues this investigation, and wants to release the most current and up to date information available at this time. After committing crimes in Rowan County, the suspect, Montannez Antonio Moody, aka Nez, traveled to Guilford County, and committed additional crimes in the jurisdiction of the […]

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SPD investigating overnight homicide

PRESS RELEASE Statesville NC: On Friday, September 5, 2014 @ 12:03 A.M. the Statesville Police Department received a report of a shooting at 218 Chambers St. Officers responded to the scene and found the victim, Keith Levan Keaton Jr, suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest. Iredell County EMS responded and transported Keaton to […]

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UPDATED: ASU student missing, last seen Wednesday

PRESS RELEASES BOONE—A preliminary investigation conducted by Appalachian State University Police into a report of a missing 18-year-old student has found nothing to suggest that the student’s actions are anything other than voluntary. Thanks to response from media reports and a campus-wide notification, police have been able to track Anna M. Smith’s whereabouts from late […]

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1000+ motorcycles expected, SPD encourages safety

PRESS RELEASE Statesville Police Chief Tom Anderson is very aware that more than 1,000 motorcyclists will be in Statesville over the next five days to pay tribute to Harley legend Don Tilley. That’s why Anderson is urging all motorists to be extra alert and share the road with motorcycles. “We want the events and services […]

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