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In Brief: Tractor trailer overturns, tax increase nixed

  A tractor trailer overturned in an I-40 accident west of Statesville near Old Mountain Road yesterday. According to Iredell Emergency Communications, it happened on the eastbound side.   The tax increase originally included in the Statesville City budget has been dropped – members of the Statesville City Council are set to vote on the […]

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Tommy Wiley
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Iredell man accused of assault by strangulation

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated On June 13th 2015 Sheriff Darren Campbell states that Deputy D.C Neill and Deputy William Goforth were dispatched by communications to investigate a domestic dispute at 133 Elmwood Rd. Statesville N.C. 28625. When Deputy D.C Neill arrived on scene he spoke with a Ms. Rebekah Lynn Brewster. Ms. Brewster […]

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Anthony Fletcher
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Sheriff’s Office: Suspect confesses to B&E, larceny

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated On May 6, 2015 the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a breaking and entering at 203 B St. in Statesville. The victim also reported that his jewelry and medication had been stolen from inside his home. Detectives then spoke with several witnesses and were able to […]

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Micahel Jones
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Man wanted by NYPD arrested in Iredell

PRESS RELEASE Members of the Interstate Criminal Enforcement Team stopped a Mitsubishi passenger car for traffic violations. The vehicle was driven by Michael Davone Jones. Mr. Jones was headed from Surry County to Charlotte NC to visit friends. During the course of the stop Mr. Jones advised he had forgot his license at home in […]

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Blake Haddad and Daniel Johnson
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Two accused of trying to use counterfeit bills

PRESS RELEASE Statesville NC: The Statesville Police Criminal Investigations Division is currently investigating the use of counterfeit $100 dollar bills at several locations in Statesville. On Thursday. June 11th at approximately 4:30 P.M. the Statesville Police Department responded to CVS Pharmacy at 178 Turnersburg Rd in reference to a subject attempting to pass a counterfeit […]

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Governor Pat McCrory was in Mooresville Friday to advocate for historic tax credits.

Governor touts historic tax credits during Mooresville visit

Governor Pat McCrory was in Mooresville earlier this afternoon to push historic tax credits. He addressed a small group then walked to downtown businesses in buildings that have benefited from that program. The Governor sat down with WSIC after his tour. (AUDIO)  “Most jobs in North Carolina are from small businesses and we’ve got to […]

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The Iredell County Sheriff's Office will begin phasing in a new patrol car design as vehicles are purchased in the coming years.
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Iredell Sheriff’s Office getting new car design

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office is getting a new look for its patrol cars – a few black colored vehicles featuring a new design have already hit the road. (AUDIO).“The appearance had  just grown a little stagnant.” Sheriff Darren Campbell who says the design will phased in as new vehicles are put on the road. […]

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McCall: Law change won’t affect marriage licenses for Iredell homosexuals

  Homosexuals wanting a marriage license in Iredell County won’t have any difficulty despite a new state law allowing religious exemptions for some officials. That’s the word from Register of Deeds Matt McCall who spoke with WSIC after legislators overrode Governor Pat McCrory’s veto on the bill. (AUDIO).“Currently we don’t have any employees that have […]

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Troutman delays slogan decision, continues ABC store process

Troutman Town Council members delayed a decision on a town slogan list night – according to an e-mail from Manager Ann Bailie, there are nearly fifty suggestions right now. Council members will submit their top picks to help narrow the list. Board members also approved an ABC store feasibility study. Voters gave their approval last […]

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MGSD Board approves principals

The Mooresville Graded School District Board of Education met this week, approving new principals for three school. According to the school district, Doctor Jason Gardner will serve at Mooresville Middle. Doctor Mark Cottone moves to South Elementary. Lani Earnhardt becomes Assistant Principal at Rocky River Elementary.   An interesting fundraiser for the Celeste Henkel Elementary […]

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