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Breaking & Entering at the Citgo Pit Stop Gas Station.

Mint Hill Police were dispatched to a breaking and entering that occurred at the Citgo Pit stop Gas Station located at 9100 Lawyers Road yesterday (Tuesday). Mint Hill Officers arrived on scene and met with employees at the business who stated that an unknown person had broke into the business through a side glass door […]

By |February 10th, 2010|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Clear Creek donates water to Haiti

It wasn’t long after the earthquake hit Haiti a few weeks ago that Clear Creek Elementary began raising funds to donate water to the devastated country. The water was delivered so fast, the school didn’t even have a chance to hold a official check donation ceremony. The school got that opportunity last Friday, presenting a […]

By |February 9th, 2010|Good deeds, Schools|0 Comments

Pedestrian killed on Independence Blvd

A Pineville man was struck by a car and killed on Independence Boulevard in Matthews Saturday night.¬† When officers arrived¬† they found the victim, Jack Anthony Sweeney (W/M d.o.b. 08/24/1982) of Pineville, N.C. lying in the center lane of U.S. 74. Paramedics pronounced the victim dead at the scene. […]

By |February 8th, 2010|Matthews|0 Comments

Suspect caught in Rite Aid armed robbery

Matthews Police were able to track down an armed robbery suspect on Saturday. Moritz Alexander Huber was arrested after robbing at knife point the Rite Aid on John Street and then fleeing on foot. Here’s the press release from the Matthews Police Department:

On Saturday, February 6, 2010 at approximately 2:45 PM, a white male entered the Rite Aid pharmacy located at 630 W. John St. He went to the front cashier and began to make a purchase. When the cash drawer opened the subject jumped the counter and threatened the clerk with a knife. The suspect took money from the register and left the store on foot. […]

By |February 8th, 2010|Matthews, Police|0 Comments