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Olin man pronounced dead following Mooresville accident

PRESS RELEASE On Thursday, March 23, Mooresville Police responded to a single car crash at Statesville Road and Haney Drive just before 5 p.m. Upon arriving on scene, officers located a pickup truck off the roadway in front of Tier 1 Graphics. The driver, Jack Eugene Staley, 52, of Olin, NC was transported to Lake […]

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Teen accused of taking student from school charged with kidnapping & rape

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on March 7, 2017 a female student reported to the school resource officer at North Iredell High School that a student was leaving school with a young male in the mornings and that they would stay gone until the end of school day. During the investigation the resource officer […]

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Iredell man accused of sexually assaulting child

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on January 22, 2017 a report was filed with the Iredell County Sheriff’s office in reference to a child being assaulted by an acquaintance. The report was assigned to Detective Patrick Dixson of the Special Victim’s Unit. The child was interviewed at the Dove House Children’s Advocacy Center. Several […]

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County hopes to encourage downtown development with new plan reviewer

PRESS RELEASE Iredell County Building Standards is pleased to announce the assignment of Mr. Walt McGervey, Plan Review Specialist, to serve as our contact for renovation projects in the downtown areas of Mooresville, Statesville, and Troutman. The assignment of Mr. McGervey to this role is an effort to help encourage the renovation of existing buildings […]

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Two dead following Iredell crash

The Highway Patrol says one of the vehicles involved in yesterday afternoon’s fatal collision near Troutman crossed the center line, hitting the other head-on.  That happened at the intersection of Ostwalt Amity Road and Weathers Creek Road.  Speaking with WSIC late yesterday evening, the Highway Patrol was not yet ready to make an official release […]

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Guardrail pierces vehicle in Iredell crash

Guardrail went through the entire front passenger area of a car in a US 70 accident around 8:20 this morning. That’s according to Trooper Neal with the Highway Patrol who says the driver overcorrected and went off the road hitting the guardrail sideways. Neal identifies the driver as a Robert Kontos and says he escaped […]

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Attorney for accused bus driver declines to comment, for now

The attorney for a bus driver accused by the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office of having a student get off for bad behavior has declined to comment on the case, for now. Maria Sanchez is presently on paid administrative leave from her job as a teacher assistant and bus driver at East Iredell Middle School. Attorney […]

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North Iredell student arrested, accused of online threat against school

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated: The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office was notified about a social media photograph that was being circulated throughout the North Iredell community. The reported photograph depicted a student of North Iredell High School holding a rifle, and a quote stating “don’t come to school tomorrow.” The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office […]

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Mitchell nursing program named number 5 in NC

PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC – Mitchell Community College’s Associate Degree Nursing program was recently ranked as number five in North Carolina by Registered Nursing.org. The organization ranked the top 30 nursing schools in North Carolina by analyzing current and past National Council Licensure Examination–Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN) pass rates–the percentage of graduates who pass the exam. […]

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Fire Department: South Statesville arsons appear connected

Investigation of three recent south Statesville fires continues. According to an e-mail from Deputy Fire Chief Gary Styers, the three appear to be connected from the Fire Department’s viewpoint. The Statesville Police Department is investigating all three as arson. Two of those fires happened Sunday on Newbern Avenue. The other happened Friday morning on Fifth […]

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