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2017-03-21LCSO

Store owners, employee accused of trafficking drugs

PRESS RELEASE On Monday, March 20th, 2017 the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit arrested three people for Trafficking Opiates and Conspiring to Traffic Opiates.  The arrests came after detectives executed a search warrant at the J&M Discount Variety Store located at 3485 East Hwy 27 in Lincolnton. The search was a result of an […]

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Huntersville McDonald’s robbed at gunpoint

PRESS RELEASE HUNTERSVILLE, NC: On Monday, March 20, 2017 shortly after 2:45 a.m. officers with the Huntersville Police Department were dispatched to the McDonald’s Restaurant located at 14220 Boren Street for an Armed Robbery. The suspect entered the business through the “Drive-Thru” window. The suspect is described as a black male, wearing a black in […]

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Study to examine Mooresville rail crossings

PRESS RELEASE CHARLOTTE – The N.C. Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting next week regarding the Mooresville Traffic Separation Study, which will evaluate highway/railroad crossings along the Norfolk Southern “O” Line between Bridges Farm Road and Mazeppa Road in Mooresville. The purpose of the study is to determine the need for improvements or […]

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Mooresville plans public meeting to discuss Mill Village improvements

PRESS RELEASE The Town of Mooresville is hosting a Community Meeting on TUESDAY, APRIL 4 from 6 – 8 p.m. at Southside Baptist Church, 525 S. Broad Street, to discuss with area residents the proposed Mill Village Upgrades Project. Town staff, along with the general contractor, will be available to answer questions and provide general […]

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Mooresville Fire & Rescue investigating two intentionally set fires

Mooresville Fire and Rescue announcing this morning that it’s looking for anyone who may have information on two fires it says were intentionally set. The first happened  February 14th in the 200 block of East Statesville Avenue.  An outbuilding was completely destroyed in that incident. The second happened March 3rd in the 1000 block of […]

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Proposed NC 150 improvements to bypass historic Terrell district

PRESS RELEASE CHARLOTTE – The N.C. Department of Transportation is proposing to improve N.C. 150 from two lanes to a multi-lane roadway between the N.C. 16 Bypass in Catawba County and the U.S. 21/N.C. 150 interchange in Iredell County. In February, a meeting was held involving state and federal agencies to review the proposed project […]

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Iron Station man accused of stabbing roommate

PRESS RELEASE Lincolnton, NC – An Iron Station man is facing assault charges following an altercation at his residence on March 11, 2017. Deputies were dispatched to the home at 845 Great Dane Avenue, Iron Station reference a disturbance involving a knife. Prior to the officer’s arrival on the scene, the Lincoln County Communications Center […]

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Victims identified in Huntersville murder-suicide investigation

PRESS RELEASE On Wednesday, March 8, 2017 shortly after 2:00 p.m. officers with the Huntersville Police Department were dispatched to a residence in the 12300 block of Cross Meadow Road to Check the Welfare of a relative who had not responded to telephone calls. Upon arrival, officers discovered a male and female inside the residence […]

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Grant aims to help Mooresville children experience nature

FROM PRESS RELEASE In today’s increasingly digital society, the need to educate children on the importance of connecting with nature is apparent, especially in underserved, low-income areas where there aren’t a lot of opportunities for kids to explore the natural world around them. That’s why the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) has selected these […]

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Mom accused of helping kidnap & rob daughter gets jail time

PRESS RELEASE Debra Ann Matney was given an active prison sentence of five to seven years after pleading guilty to first-degree burglary, felony conspiracy, second-degree kidnapping and common law robbery during Catawba County Superior Court on Thursday, March 9, 2017. The Honorable Jeffrey P. Hunt, Superior Court Judge from Transylvania County, imposed Matney’s sentence, which […]

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