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Armed robbery last night

Mint Hill Police are looking for two men who last night held up the B’s Coin Laundry on Margaret Wallace Road. Police say two black males walked up to an employee who was talking to a customer outside the store. The men displayed handguns, then directed the employee to go back into the store. […]

By |September 11th, 2008|Police|0 Comments

Dollar General hit again

Just two weeks ago, a man robbed the safe at the Dollar General on Lawyers Road. Last weekend, the store was robbed again. This time it was an African American man—with an accomplice—who grabbed the cash out of the register. […]

By |September 11th, 2008|Police|0 Comments

Mint Hill Police capture alleged rapists

Mint Hill Police arrested Ion Svet, 27, and Gennadiy Rizhkov, 25, Saturday in connection with an alleged rape on Carving Tree Lane. Svet and Rizhkov were caught at 5709 Matthews-Mint Hill Road hiding under a deck one hour after the incident was reported. […]

By |September 8th, 2008|Police|0 Comments

MH Police release pics of suspects

[singlepic=49,220,140,,left]Mint Hill Police released photos from the Harris Teeter surveillance camera at 15007 John J. Delaney Drive of suspects in last Tuesday morning’s multiple break ins. The video was taken at 5:10 am Tuesday morning just after the 16 break ins Monday in the Jefferson Colony and Glencroft subdivisions, as well as South Hampton Road. […]

By |August 26th, 2008|Police|1 Comment

Multiple car break-ins last night

Mint Hill Police said there were 16 car break-ins last night in Jefferson Colony and the Glencroft neighborhoods as well as South Hampton Road. Items stolen include DVDs, Ipod, a GPS, digital camera and a credit card. The credit card was used several times last night after it was stolen.


By |August 19th, 2008|Police|0 Comments

New police chief starts today

He was supposed to take a two week vacation before beginning his new job as Mint Hill Police Chief, but seems former King, NC police chief Tim Ledford can’t wait to get busy. He starts today at his new position. Ledford replaces Brian Barnhardt who resigned early this year.

By |August 18th, 2008|Police, Town Hall|0 Comments