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The Iredell County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help locating Daniel Toliver who is missing.
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Missing man found safe

UPDATE: This individual was found safe in South Carolina, according to Iredell Sheriff Darren Campbell. PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that Daniel Dale Toliver was reported missing by family to the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office. He was last seen leaving his step daughters residence in Hamptonville N.C. on 05/30/2015. Mr. Toliver was operating a […]

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Iredell Sheriff’s Office seeks to ID suspects

PRESS RELEASES Student victimized Sheriff Darren Campbell stated On April 30, 2015 the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office received an incident report of Financial Card Fraud, which occurred at two businesses in Southern Iredell County; Detective Sgt. D.R. Getz with the Economic Crime Unit was assigned the case. According to the incident report the victim was […]

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Three arrested in string of dirt bike thefts

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that on September 10th, 2014 Deputies received a report of a breaking and entering to a motor vehicle where two KTM Dirt bikes were stolen. These dirt bikes were valued at $15,200.00. Detectives were assigned to investigate the larcenies. During the one of the two stolen KTM dirt bikes […]

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County budget approved, bond debt forces tax rate increase

Iredell Commissioners unanimously approved the County Budget at last night’s meeting – Commissioner Ken Robertson was absent. The property tax rate will increase four and a quarter cents to cover school bond debt approved by voters last fall. Commissioner Steve Johnson said he supported the budget since he has an obligation to pay the county’s […]

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Troutman bank robber gets 37-year sentence

PRESS RELEASE STATESVILLE, N.C. – Earlier today, U.S. District Judge Richard Voorhees handed down lengthy prison terms to two men involved in a 2013 armed bank robbery, announced Jill Westmoreland Rose, Acting U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina. Judge Voorhees sentenced Darius Donnell Freeman, 33, of Charlotte to serve 447 months in […]

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Governor helps roll-out new military plane in Mooresville

FROM PRESS RELEASE Raleigh, N.C.— Governor McCrory attended the unveiling of the latest Archangel Manned Border Patrol & Surveillance aircraft produced in North Carolina today (Editor’s Note: Monday) at the IOMAX factory in Mooresville. “The innovative use of technology pioneered in Mooresville is being used by America’s allies in the global war on terrorism,” Governor […]

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Dove House event sets new fundraising record

PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC – Dove House Children’s Advocacy Center’s 14th annual signature fundraising event “An Evening for Dove House” presented by Husky Rack & Wire was held on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at The Charles Mack Citizen Center in Mooresville. Dove House Children’s Advocacy Center is excited to announce that this year’s event has […]

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Speeding ticket leads to drug charges

PRESS RELEASES Speeding ticket leads to drug charges Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that on 5-30-15 Lt. C.L. Stone of the Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team was traveling east on Hickory Hwy. when he observed a 1997 Chevrolet traveling west. Lt. Stone used his radar to clock the vehicle at 72 m.p.h. in a 55 m.p.h. speed […]

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Fifth Street Ministries recognizes volunteers

Statesville’s Fifth Street Ministries honored volunteers with a brunch over the weekend. Executive Director Patti West says former shelter residents expressed their thanks to volunteers. Mike Lewis and Appropriate Placement Options Teen Community Service Program received volunteers of the year. The Ruth Ann Blankenship Award went to Rocky Mount United Methodist Church. Missy Peet received […]

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Troutman honors officers during National Police Week

The Town of Troutman was among those to honor officers during the recent National Police week. Chief Matthew Selves says three officers were recognized at a town meeting – two traffic safety officers and a school resource officer. His thirteen-year-old daughter gave a speech to the group, recognizing officers and expressing appreciation for what they […]

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