2017-01-18MPDTucker

Mooresville Police looking for two accused in stabbing case

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, NC: Mooresville Police are asking the public for assistance in locating two suspects wanted in connection with an assault that occurred Tuesday, January 17 around 4:30 pm in the 700 block of Cascade Street. Police are looking for Jeremiah Nathaniel White, 21, of Mooresville and Nicholas Pyaz Tucker, 27, of Statesville. Warrants […]

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New details released in Iredell homicide

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated On January 10th, 2017 at approximately 7:00pm a 911 hang up call came in from 577 Shiloh Road, Statesville. A short time later Deputies discovered Hugh Lee Moose in his home dead from apparent gunshot wounds. Detectives and Crime Scene Investigators soon arrived and the investigation began. The investigation […]

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2017-01-18YPDVazquez,Angel

Concord man accused of armed robbery at Yadkinville bank

PRESS RELEASE Yadkinville Police have arrested a person today in connection with the armed robbery of Capital Bank in Yadkinville just after noon. Police were alerted to the robbery at Capital Bank, 532 East Main Street Yadkinville, at 12:24pm. While police were responding to the scene, an observant and vigilant citizen noticed suspicious behavior of […]

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Mooresville Police investigating hit-and-run involving teenage cyclists

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, N.C. – On January 16, Mooresville Police responded to Shearers Road, near the intersection of Clodfelter Road, in reference to a hit and run involving two cyclists, ages 16 and 19, at approximately 9 p.m. Witnesses reported a white truck traveling south on Shearers Road crossed the center lane and struck both […]

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2017-01-17HPDByrdWilliam,Thompson

Huntersville man accused of burglary, sex offense

PRESS RELEASE On January 14, 2017, William Byrd Thompson was arrested. The Huntersville Police Department would like to thank the public for their assistance in this investigation. Anyone with information concerning this crime, or anyone requesting more information, should contact Lieutenant Andrew Dempski at 704-464-5400. ORIGINAL: HUNTERSVILLE, NC: The Huntersville Police Department is requesting the […]

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2017-01-17HPDWilliamMichael,Oscoe

Arrest made in investigation of Huntersville bank robbery

PRESS RELEASE On January 13, 2017, the Huntersville Police Department obtained warrants on William Michael Inscoe (DOB: 12/07/1980) for Common Law Robbery, Habitual Felon, and Felony Conspiracy. On January 13, 2017, Inscoe was taken into custody on these warrants and others. ORIGINAL: HUNTERSVILLE, NC: On Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at approximately 4:49 pm, Huntersville Police […]

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RV stolen from Statesville business

A $172,000 RV was stolen from Statesville’s Camping World over the weekend. Police say someone cut a fence to get on the property, stole electronics from one camper and then drove off in a 2017 Thor Miramar. The stolen unit is grey with white and blue graphics.

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Mooresville man killed in 152 wreck

A Mooresville man was killed when the pick-up he was driving crossed the center line of 152 yesterday and hit a dump truck head on. That’s according to Trooper Neil with the North Carolina Highway Patrol who says the exact reason the man crossed the center line is unknown. The accident happened around 1:15 near […]

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2017-01-16SPDKingDay

Statesville observes Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday

It at least seems to be a very quiet day locally as schools and many businesses have closed for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. Statesville marked the occasion with a prayer breakfast at the Civic Center this morning. Mayor Costi Kutteh was there and tells WSIC that more than 600 people attended hearing […]

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Mooresville Commissioners to consider funding for pedestrian safety project

Mooresville Commissioners meet tomorrow and will decide how to proceed with a downtown pedestrian safety project. According to the agenda, Mooresville was selected to receive more than $90,000 from the General Assembly last year for this purpose. Commissioners have three options to choose from – two of which would require additional funding. The Mooresville Downtown […]

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