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Missing Mooresville man found dead

PRESS RELEASE Personnel from Mooresville Police, Mooresville Fire-Rescue, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police and other area public safety agencies have concluded the search for the missing Mooresville resident, Michael Scott Bell. The outcome is not what we hoped but we thank all who assisted in the search or shared their concern for the responders and the Bell family. […]

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Mooresville Fire & Rescue dispatched for Freon leak

Mooresville Fire and Rescue was called to a reported Freon leak around 9:00 at Target yesterday morning. According to Fire Chief Curt Deaton, the leak was small – in one of the freezer units. It was contained and quickly repaired with the store re-opening around 10:30. The store was evacuated as a precaution. There were […]

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Statesville, Troutman Fire Departments team-up to battle NC wildfires

AS WILDFIRES RAGE TO OUR WEST…WE’RE LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE LOCAL RESPONSE. STATESVILLE’S INTERIM FIRE CHIEF GARY STYERS TELLS US THEY GOT A REQUEST OVER THE WEEKEND AND SENT A CREW ON SUNDAY… (AUDIO) “WE WERE ABLE TO SEND THREE FOLKS AND WE PARTNERED WITH TROUTMAN VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT. THEY PROVIDED A DRIVER AND A […]

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Iredell County Sheriff Darren Campbell with the seized marijuana - submitted photo

Sheriff’s Office: 16+ pounds of marijuana seized during Mooresville bust

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated: A month and a half long investigation into the distribution and sale of marijuana in Mooresville and Southern Iredell County was completed on Monday August 22, 2016 when members of the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Investigation Unit executed a search warrant at 339 East Mills Avenue in Mooresville. […]

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Fire fighters called to 3 alarm apartment blaze in Mooresville

Firefighters were called to a three-alarm fire in the 600 block of South Main Street in Mooresville Monday afternoon. Fire Chief Curt Deaton tells WSIC that the blaze was contained to a small number of units and is now under control.  Only one family was displaced by the fire and is being assisted by the […]

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MHS Annex evacuated following gas leak

PRESS RELEASE Mooresville FR units responded to the MHS Annex for a reported fire alarm activation. On arrival units were advised this was a gas leak inside the structure. Upon investigation MFR units found a pipe inside one of the classrooms had been cut during the construction. The gas was controlled and PSNC was requested […]

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One dead in Mooresville motorcycle accident

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, N.C. – This evening at 6:47 p.m., Mooresville Police, Mooresville Fire- Rescue and Iredell County EMS responded to the area of Morrison Plantation Parkway and Plantation Ridge Drive in reference to a reported motor vehicle crash with injury, involving a motorcycle. Shortly after the arrival of emergency medical personnel, the adult male […]

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Engine Five A Shift received this year's "Top Dog" award from Mooresville Fire & Rescue. 
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Mooresville Fire & Rescue honors “Top Dog” crews

Mooresville Fire and Rescue has presented its Top Dog Award to an engine company and a ladder company. Deputy Chief Shane LaCount says the awards went to Engine Five, A Shift and Ladder Company Five, C Shift. The winners… (AUDIO: Shane LaCount). “Go through certain training evolutions and really perform above expectation. Attitude, commitment, the […]

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Fire damages Mooresville business

PRESS RELEASE Mooresville Fire Rescue responded to a commercial building fire on South Board Street in the Downtown Business District. MFR units arrived confirming a working fire with heavy fire and smoke conditions present. Fire crews extinguished fire and conducted an investigation of cause and origin. Fire was determined to be accidental in nature. The […]

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