Former Queens Grant Teacher Arrested for Contributing to the Delinquency of Minor

A former Queen’s Grant Charter School teacher has been charged with contributing to the delinquency of minor.

Mint Hill Police responded to Stoxmeade Drive in at 4 am on July 7 reference to a vehicle

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Kyle Doherty

 

breaking and entering in progress. While patrolling the area, officers encountered a suspicious vehicle parked in the area. The owner of the vehicle, Kyle Doherty, 28, was later located in the area and questioned about the vehicle break-in.

Doherty told police he was meeting a former student of his nearby because he was
counseling her. Mr. Doherty was formerly employed at Queens Grant Charter School, where the girl is a student. Police determined that Doherty was not connected with the property crime on Stoxmeade Drive.

However, later that day, officers made contact with the juvenile’s parents who said that the 14-year-old girl had been leaving her residence in the early hours of the morning, without
permission from her parents to meet Doherty. Continue reading

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No charges brought against Mint Hill man


View Larger MapThe Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Office will not bring charges against the driver of an ATV that killed Evan Wolf last week. Patrick Keaton, 43, of Mint Hill accidentally hit Wolf with ATV at a gathering at Christ Covenant Church June 21. Wolf, 15, was participating in a summer youth program called Seek the City when the accident occurred.

The Matthews Police Department has been conducting an investigation into the circumstances leading up to the crash since the incident occurred.

The investigation is considered closed at this time.

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Cigarettes stolen from Walgreens on Lawyers Road

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The two suspects in last week's robbery at Walgreens.

Mint Hill Police need help locating two suspects who stole cigarettes from Walgreens on Lawyers Road June 17. Police estimate the value of the cigarettes is $500.

The suspects entered the business and the male suspect positioned himself behind the counter where he stole the tobacco products. Both suspects fled the store on foot and fled the parking lot area in a red 4-door vehicle with a chrome style running board. Continue reading

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Man wrecks truck then flees the scene

WBTV reported Sunday that a man slammed his truck into a tree near the intersection of Arlington Church and Williams roads Saturday night, fleeing the scene on foot before police arrived. Police say he then came back to the scene of the accident an hour later and was arrested for reckless driving and fleeing the scene of an accident.

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Thieves steal cable nodes in Mint Hill

This time it’s thieves hitting unfinished subdivisions. Last month, Mint Hill Police reported there was an uptick in people illegally dumping trash and vandalizing homes in unfinished neighborhoods in the town.

Now the police say they received notice from Time Warner Cable that 13 cable node boxes had been stolen from

various locations in Mint Hill. The cable node boxes are valued at $3,000. The boxes were stolen from two neighborhoods in Mint Hill which are still under development: Joli Cheval and Fairington Oaks Subdivisions, located off of Thompson Road.

Pictured below are the boxes in which the nodes are held. These nodes provide residences nearby with cable, internet and phone services through Time Warner Cable.

Officers are asking anyone with information to contact the police. Information can be given anonymously. Call Det. Sgt. Moberg at 704-545-1085.

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Mint Hill man arrested for growing pot

A Mint Hill man was arrested by police last week for growing about 60 marijuana plants in his home on Heathergate Lane. Christian Munn was arrested for Manufacture/Create marijuana, felony possession of marijuana, Possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and maintain a dwelling for the purpose of
manufacture/sale of controlled substance.

Mint Hill Police Department conducted a search warrant with the assistance of the Charlotte DEA Task Force Team. Police seized the plants along with the equipment used for the grow operation.

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