According to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, 30-year-old Travis Lamont Blakley has been charged with with first degree attempted rape, first degree kidnapping, armed robbery, assault by strangulation and common law robbery.
Matthews Police are currently looking for information regarding an armed robbery that occurred off of Matthews-Mint Hill Rd. early Friday morning. The clerk at the store stated that a man had entered the business and pointed a gun at him before demanding money from the cash register.
Jerry Friday, 61, is charged with one felony count of statutory sex offense, four counts of felony indecent liberties with a child, two counts of misdemeanor sexual battery and one count of felony dissemination of obscene material to a minor.
The High Country Crimestoppers, in association with the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office and the US Marshall’s, are actively seeking information regarding the whereabouts of a man wanted for abducting a minor in Washington County, VA.
A former hospital employee will spend the next 15 years in prison after taking pictures of three young girls while they were patients at Memorial Behavioral Health. The girls were six to eight years old at the time.
The Felony Investigation Unit is finalizing evidence collection and interviewing witnesses, according to KPD. Because the investigation is still active, police say further details involving the incident will be limited.
York County Sheriff’s Detectives, with the assistance of other local and state law enforcement agencies, have arrested a man and a woman for crimes that occurred in 2009 involing a martial arts studio that has been set on fire.
According to the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office, deputies are investigating a report of sexual assault that took place at the Concord Branch of the Cabarrus County Public Library System on Union Street North.
A beloved horse shot and left for dead. Gaston County authorities are looking for the person responsible and they need your help. Right now, a two thousand dollar reward is being offered to help find the shooter.
Dazia Lee, 20, was expected to appear in Union County Court Tuesday morning. She is charged with involuntary manslaughter and driving through a closed highway, which officials say led to the death of her son, Kaiden.