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Mooresville PD: 10-year-old driver in accident “has a medical condition”

The 10-year-old who Mooresville Police say was at the wheel during an accident shortly before 6:00 “has a medical condition.” That’s according to police who are releasing no further details about the boy. Presently no charges have been filed. The accident happened at the intersection of Shearers Road and Faith Road. The boy was taken […]

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Town of Mooresville: 10-year-old driver at wheel during Tuesday accident

A 10-year-old was at the wheel of a vehicle when it was involved in an accident Tuesday evening, the Town of Mooresville confirms to WSIC. The accident happened in the area of Faith Road and Shearers Road. The child was transported for unknown injuries.  No other details of the accident have been released. Stay with […]

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Christopher Chastain - Picture courtesy of the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office

Lincoln County inmate accused of assaulting detention officers

PRESS RELEASE Lincolnton, NC – A Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office detention inmate is facing additional charges after assaulting detention officers trying to move him from his cell. On February 27, 2017 Detention officers were assaulted by Christopher Neil Chastain, 29, of Daybrook Court, Stanley, NC after they went to his cell to remove him at […]

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Leroy White Jr., Edna Gomez, Edward Rallis and Antwan Hines - Pictures courts of the Mooresville Police Department

Four arrested following undercover drug investigation

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Mooresville Police Department, with assistance from the Cornelius Police Department, arrested four individuals following a six-month undercover investigation into the sale of crack cocaine in the Downtown Mooresville area. Leroy White, Jr., 44, of Mooresville was arrested on 37 drug charges including conspiracy to sell or deliver cocaine, selling cocaine, […]

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Contractor team member accused of stealing $52,000 of jewelry

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that on Tuesday, the 22nd day of February 2017 a victim reported a larceny of jewelry on Ivy Hollow Ln in Mooresville. There were several rings and a tennis bracelet stolen from the master bedroom of the residence. The jewelry had an appraised value of $52,400.00 Deputies responded and […]

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Cornelius Police Department warns of phone scams targeting seniors

PRESS RELEASE The Cornelius Police Department has recently received numerous reports of phone scams targeting senior citizens in the area. This is a common issue across the country with victims losing millions of dollars to fraudulent international lottery scams. Victims of the scam received a phone call stating that they had won money in a […]

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Citing flu virus, Iredell Health System issues visitation restriction

Iredell Health System issued the following statement Friday concerning a visitation restriction due to concerns about the flu virus: Iredell Health System takes the health of our patients very seriously. Due to recent increases in the flu virus throughout the community and state, Iredell Memorial Hospital will not permit anyone age 17 and younger to […]

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Mooresville purchasing mill property, police body cams

RADIO SCRIPT The Town of Mooresville is purchasing an old North Church Street Mill property for $150,000. That approval came at this week’s Commissioner’s meeting according an e-mail from spokeswoman Kim Sellers. The space has been used for offices and will be saved by the town for future development. Commissioners also approved the acceptance of […]

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Huntersville Police Department preparing for accreditation review

PRESS RELEASE The Huntersville Police Department is scheduled for an on-site assessment as part of the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) Accreditation Process to achieve re-accreditation by verifying it meets more than 400 professional law enforcement standards. Administered by CALEA, the accreditation program requires law enforcement agencies to comply with national […]

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Lowe’s announces 430 layoffs in Mooresville

Mooresville-based Lowe’s Companies announced today that it is laying off 430 people at it’s campus in southern Iredell. This comes as more than 500 are laid-off company wide. Lowe’s says this is being done to create a more efficient corporate structure. Mayor Miles Atkins wrote in a statement that he had spoken with Lowe’s today […]

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