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Loaded gun found at Independence High School today

WSOC is reporting that a freshman student at Independence High School was caught with a loaded gun at school today. The incident occurred, according to WSOC’s Web site, when a school resource officer suspected the student of having marijuana. The officer then noticed the gun under the desk and the student was taken into custody.

By |October 6th, 2009|Police, Schools|3 Comments

MH Police need your help identifying theives

Mint Hill Police released security camera stills of two men who broke into Caveman’s Bar on Lawyers Road on September 7 at 10:45 am.  Upon the officers arrival at the scene, they were notified by employees that someone had broke into the business and stole several high end televisions and entertainment electronics. […]

By |September 29th, 2009|Police|0 Comments

FBI Charlotte warns of email scam

Got an email recently from someone who says they are from the FBI? You may want to forward it to the FBI Charlotte office and then delete it because it will probably be a scam. Amy Thoreson, a public affairs specialist with the FBI Charlotte office, sent a press release late yesterday warning of the scam. And if the FBI is warning of a scam, you know it is probably something to be on the look out for. The press release: […]

By |September 22nd, 2009|Police|0 Comments

Police warning: man could be impersonating an officer in Mint Hill area

The Mint Hill Police Department received a report someone possibly impersonating a police officer last Saturday at approximately 10 am. The victim stated that he was traveling on Lebanon Road and attempted to turn around in a construction area. As the victim was attempting to turn around he was approached by the suspect. The suspect pointed a gun at the victim and stated “You know I can arrest you right now.” The victim went on to say that the suspect then stated, “I can shoot you right now.” […]

By |September 1st, 2009|Police|0 Comments