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Missing Mooresville man found dead was former CMPD officer

PRESS RELEASE It is with great sadness that we inform you of the death of former Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Officer Michael Scott Bell, 40. Bell was hired by the CMPD on September 14, 2009, and served as an officer until December 2016. He was last assigned to the University City Division. Earlier this morning the Mooresville […]

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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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Fire Department training planned in Mooresville

  Mooresville Fire-Rescue be conducting basic fire training exercises near the intersection of Cabarrus Avenue and Magnolia Street today. According to the town, this will take place at vacant residences between about three and eight this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon. This is for ventilation training – no flames are expected.

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One seriously injured in Mooresville vehicle fire

PRESS RELEASE Mooresville Fire Rescue responded to a vehicle fire with a person trapped in the vehicle. Upon arrival the vehicle was fully involved. MFR began extinguishment of the fire and treatment of the patient at the same time. The occupant had been rescued by a bystander from the burning vehicle. The occupant was airlifted […]

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Firefighters respond to Mooresville attic fire

PRESS RELEASE On November 10 2014 Mooresville Fire & Rescue responded to 508 Boger Street reference a House Fire. Units arrived to find smoke showing and a small fire in the attic area of the residence. Firefighters controlled the fire quickly and no one was injured. The scene is under investigation by the Mooresville Fire […]

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Firefighters respond to Mooresville house fire

PRESS RELEASE Mooresville Fire & Rescue responded to a House Fire located at 508 North Church Street. Upon arrival E1 located a “working fire in a single story residence. Fire crews started fire attack, ventilation, and search operations. The fire was brought under control at 1703 hours. American Red Cross was notified for the displaced […]

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Missing Mooresville man found safe

PRESS RELEASE Mooresville Fire Rescue was contact to assist with a missing person in the 600 block of Magnolia Street.  Missing person was an elderly man with a medical condition.  Mooresville Fire Rescue established a land search operation in the immediate area.  Mooresville Fire Rescue utilized the Town’s Connect CTY system to notify all residents […]

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Firefighters called to Mooresville apartment building

PRESS RELEASE On August, 2014 around 1914 hours Mooresville Fire & Rescue responded to 735 Lark Glen Drive, Mooresville for the report of an fire inside an apartment. Upon arrival initial companies found smoke visible from a unit located on the first floor. The apartment building was evacuated and fire controlled. The structure was ventilated […]

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Propane tank explodes in Mooresville

PRESS RELEASE On July 3 2014 around 1322 hours Mooresville Fire & Rescue responded to 108 Hedgewood Drive, Mooresville in reference to an explosion at a residence with the house on fire. Units arrived to located a 80 pound propane tank venting and on fire. It appeared that the tank had exploded inside the garage […]

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Statesville names new Deputy Fire Chief

PRESS RELEASE Gary Styers has been named the new Deputy Chief for the Statesville Fire Department. He began his duties on Monday. Styers, 39, is following in the firefighter footsteps of both his grandfather and father, beginning as a volunteer at the age of 15. He was most recently the Fire Marshal in Mooresville. Styers […]

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