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Traffic stops end with drug charges

PRESS RELEASES Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that on 8-15-2016 Sgt. C.W. Bentley of the Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team conducted a traffic stop on a 2016 moped/scooter on West Memorial Hwy due to not having a tag displayed. Bentley approached the driver, Jerry A. White, 39, of Harmony, and advised him of the violation. While speaking […]

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Running team raises funds for scholarship honoring late MCC instructor

PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC – Mitchell Community College recently received a contribution to the Beverly Hedrick Memorial Continuing Education Scholarship from the “Running for Bev!” running team. The group, headed by Tanner Hedrick, son of the late Beverly Hedrick, seeks to raise funds for and awareness of causes important to Beverly. Now with over 30 […]

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Timothy Easterling - Picture courtesy of the Iredell County Sheriff's Office

Sex offender accused of address violation

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on August 19, 2016 Deputy Craig Bess received information that a registered sex offender, Timothy Wayne Easterling, 27, was no longer living at his registered address of 4331 Taylorsville Hwy Statesville, N.C. 28625. Registered sex offenders are required to report any change of address within 3 days of moving […]

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Man accused of trying to strangle father

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated: On August 2nd 2016 the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office responded to 113 Cheng Dr. in reference to a subject at the home causing problems. Once deputies arrived they discovered that Kaw Yang, 35, of 144 Yang Drive, Statesville, had attempted to strangle his father and pushed his mother to […]

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Sports: South crushes Hickory, Panthers narrowly loose to Patriots

It appeared South Iredell had more fans than their host Hickory Friday night during a landslide victory against the Red Tornadoes. Meanwhile, the Carolina Panthers narrowly loosing to the New England Patriots. Ryan Pegarsch breaks it down in your Monday morning look at sports.  

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Back to school for I-SS and MGSD

It is the first day of school for Iredell-Statesville and Mooresville Graded students. We wish them the best on day one, and encourage you to watch out for students and buses throughout the community – especially in and around school zones. If you’d like to share some day one pictures with us, you can do […]

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Man accused of stealing equipment, wooden pallets from Troutman Lowe’s

PRESS RELEASE On Sunday August 21, 2016 at approximately 1:10 AM, Troutman Police Officers were conducting routine patrol security checks at Exit 42 in Troutman. During this time, an Officer observed a gold GMC SUV pulling a trailer full of wooden pallets from around the side of Lowes Home Improvement at 1041 Charlotte Highway. The […]

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Adopt-A-Cop program launching in Iredell

A local citizen wants to do more for the police. WSIC’s Elizabeth Lynn with a look at this new program. Elizabeth, thank you. Sheri Allison photography is also a drop-off location.

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The new veterans transitional home in Statesville will be able to serve approximately five vets at any one time.  WSIC Photo.

Case manager introduced for Statesville veteran’s home

Organizers of Statesville’s Veteran’s Transitional home held a meet and greet yesterday, introduction the case manager who will work with vets staying there. Jarred Hope says he has friends and family who are veterans. (AUDIO). “I think that it is important that they reach out for us and make sure that our safety is provided, […]

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Source: Love’s case denied NC Supreme Court hearing

A request to have the NC Supreme Court hear the Love’s truck stop case has been denied, a source familiar with the situation tells WSIC. Those against its construction at the intersection of Highway 64 and Old Mocksville Road are concerned about traffic, while those in favor say it would mean new jobs. A case […]

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