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FBI needs help identifying Hickory Grove Road bank robber

The FBI needs your help finding the man who robbed the BB&T on Hickory Grove Road yesterday. Witnesses say a black man, with a slight mustache and facial stubble, about 5’6″ tall and about 160 pounds robbed the BB&T branch at 6021 Hickory Grove Road just before noon yesterday. He demanded money from the […]

By |November 13th, 2009|Police|0 Comments

Another robbery in the Lawyers Road-Lebanon Road area

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Mint Hill Police responded to the McDonalds located at 9150 Lawyers Road in Mint Hill Wednesday at 9:40 am in reference to an armed robbery. Officers arrived on the scene and interviewed the witness who was employed by McDonalds and working the drive thru window. The witness stated that a white male driving a white in color pickup truck came through the drive thru and displayed a black handgun. The white male demanded that the witness open the drawer. The witness backed away from the window and the suspect drove off. […]

By |November 5th, 2009|Police|0 Comments

Owner of house where the drug bust occurred: ‘I never had a problem with the guy’

Bill Lineberger of Mint Hill, the owner of the house on Lawyers Road where more than 300 pot plants were found by Mint Hill Police yesterday, said in his seven years of renting the house he never had a problem with Michael MacConnell.

MacConnell was arrested yesterday and charged with four felony counts and a misdemeanor  […]

By |October 29th, 2009|Police|2 Comments

The official Mint Hill Police press release on Wednesday’s drug bust

Press Release: Drug Seizure in Mint Hill

Mint Hill: On 10-28-2009 Mint Hill Police served a search warrant in the 11100 block of Lawyers Road in reference to the occupant, Michael MacConnell, manufacturing marijuana at the residence. Officers entered the residence around 1:30pm and found over 300 marijuana plants and an elaborate […]

By |October 29th, 2009|Police|3 Comments