Police investigating CVS armed robbery

PRESS RELEASE Statesville NC: On Monday, March 2nd, 2015 at 8:07 P.M., Statesville Police officers responded to a reported Armed Robbery at CVS, located at 3111 Taylorsville Highway, Statesville, N.C. Officers were given a description of the suspect as being: White Male, heavy set, blue hoodie with white hood strings, white zipper. Suspect had on […]

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New Davidson restaurant offers eclectic, “chef-driven” menu

A new Davidson restaurant is offering an eclectic, seasonal menu – perfect for foodies who need something more than the same choices every time. Kindred is the restaurant and family name for husband and wife team Joe and Katy who opened their business less than two weeks ago in downtown Davidson. Joe Kindred handles the […]

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Statesville Police investigating armed robbery at CVS

The Statesville Police Department is investigating a Monday evening armed robbery at the Wilkesboro Highway CVS Pharmacy. According to an e-mail from Chief Tom Anderson, the suspect used a firearm to demand and get hydrocodone.  The suspect is described as a heavy set white male wearing a blue hoodie and pants with green shoes.  This person […]

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Sheriff’s Office: Suspect broke into ex-wife’s residence, assaulted her

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell Stated on 02/27/2015 Deputy D. Clodfelter of the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a domestic disturbance at 2746 Wilkesboro Hwy in Statesville. Prior to the deputy’s arrival the suspect had left the scene was possibly traveling towards Arey Rd. Upon Deputy D. Clodfelter’s arrival on Wilkesboro Hwy it […]

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From the Sheriff’s Office: Suspect ingested cocaine, DWI suspect’s car on sidewalk, Two stole makeup

Sheriff’s Office: Suspect ingested cocaine during traffic stop PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on 02/27/2015, Sgt. R.T. Sherrill with the Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team conducted a traffic stop on a Pontiac Sunfire on N. Broad St. in Mooresville for a traffic violation. Upon speaking with the driver, Jamar Howard, Sgt. Sherrill observed him gripping […]

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Deputies: B&E suspects appeared to be arguing at crime scene

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that on: 02/28/2015 Deputy J. Johnson of the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a civil dispute at 190 Dogwood Estates Circle in Statesville. On arrival, Deputy J. Johnson and Deputy J. Betts made contact with a female and male who were standing outside of the residence that […]

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Sheriff’s Office: Methamphetamine trafficker arrested in Mooresville

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on Wednesday, February 25, 2015, detectives from the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division concluded a three month long investigation into the sale of methamphetamine throughout the Iredell County area with the arrest of Derrick Lemont Neal, of Charlotte, NC. Detectives had received information about a methamphetamine trafficking ring […]

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Sex offender arrested for using false name online

PRESS RELEASE – On February 23, 2015 Deputy Price of the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Special Victim’s Unit charged Franklin Donald Cummings with using a false name on social media. Registered sex offenders in North Carolina are required to notify their registering Sheriff’s Office of any online identifier the offender uses or intends to use. […]

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Statesville City Council to consider special tax district for Woods Drive dam

The Statesville City Council will consider establishing a special tax district tonight to deal with the Woods Drive dam. The state ordered Dillon’s Pond lowered in 2013 after a leak was found. According to the City, the cost to fix the problem and restore the pond is one-hundred twenty-eight thousand. The City is proposing that […]

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In Brief: Park superintendent dies, toll lane project goes to court, Charlotte considers controversial ordinance

Lake Norman State Park Superintendent WIlliam Rhinehart Jr. died this week. Rhinehart worked for the North Carolina Parks Service for 26 years and was a member of Monticello United Methodist Church. The viewing is from 6 to 8 this evening at Monticello United Methodist. The funeral service will be held tomorrow morning. A motion hearing […]

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