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Six arrested, property recovered following joint investigations

PRESS RELEASES On 09-16-2014, The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office received a report of larceny of two dirt bikes and a motorized scooter from the 400 block of Turnersburg Hwy Statesville. Det. Sgt. Cameron Jones was assigned to investigate this case on 09-17-2014. Detectives received a call from victim saying that they had located one of […]

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Hand-done paint job leads to recovery of stolen truck

PRESS RELEASE On 09-20-2014, the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office responded to a business located on Taylorsville Hwy for a reported Larceny of Motor Vehicle. The truck that was reported stolen was a 2007 Ford F-550 flatbed truck that was valued at $10,000.00. The business has video where the suspects came on the property around midnight […]

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Drug charges follow local traffic stops

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Phil Redmond stated on Tuesday October 7th, the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office A.C.E. Team charged a Stony Point woman with drug possession during a traffic stop. Lt. T. Miller was traveling north on Center St. Tuesday night when he observed a male passenger in the vehicle in front of him yelling out […]

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Lincoln man sentenced for Iredell burglaries

PRESS RELEASE STATESVILLE, N.C. – On Monday, October 6, 2014, U.S. District Judge Richard L. Voorhees sentenced Miquan Limik Smith, 27, of Iron Station, N.C. to 63 months in prison, followed by 24 months of supervised release for conspiracy to receive stolen firearms by committing burglaries and violating other federal firearms laws, announced Anne M. […]

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Statesville High principal accepts job in Guilford

PRESS RELEASE Mr. Garriot Rose, Principal at Statesville High School for the past two and one half years has accepted a position with a school in Guilford County. While we celebrate Mr. Rose’s promotion and career advancement, this comes as sad news for the Greyhounds. Mr. Rose has led Statesville High with distinction during his […]

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Car stolen, set on fire

PRESS RELEASE Statesville NC: On Sunday, October 5th 2014 at 2:05 a.m., Statesville Police responded to a reported vehicle larceny at 211 West Broad St. The victim was had parked his vehicle in the city parking lot located next to 211 West Broad St. The victim went out to their vehicle, started the vehicle and […]

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Huggins enters Alford Plea

Statesville City Councilman Flake Huggins has resigned, and entered into an Alford Plea in his court case. The now former-Councilman was originally accused of obstruction of justice and of aiding and abetting illegal voting.  Here’s the latest on the case from the WSIC Newsroom: Let everyone know about this

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Statesville convenience store robbed

PRESS RELEASE Statesville NC: On Saturday October 4th, 2014 at 6:20 a.m., the Statesville Police responded to a robbery at the Kangaroo on the corner of E. Broad and Safriet Rd. The clerk was inside the office preparing a deposit bag when they were approached from behind by a subject wearing a mask. The suspect […]

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Liquor stolen from business, left outside

PRESS RELEASE Statesville NC: On Sunday, September 28th the owner of Fancy’s discovered someone had broken into their business and stole two money bags along with several bottles of beer and liquor. In the morning hours of September 28th a witness contacted the owner of Fancy’s and reported seeing unopened bottles of liquor in the […]

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Huggins resigns from Statesville City Council

PRESS RELEASE At the beginning of Monday night’s Statesville City Council meeting, Mayor Costi Kutteh announced that Council Member Flake Huggins had resigned from his ward six seat, effective immediately. Kutteh said that Huggins had served “faithfully for 15 years, having only missed one Monday night meeting during his tenure … We will miss his […]

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