Posted on 19 July 2012.
Police are investigating a case of hit and run in which a witness saw a silver Mini Cooper crash into an AT&T utility box after skidding around a 90-degree turn on Woodland Street. Witnesses say the driver drove away after surveying the damage, leaving behind a broken tail light. The total damage to the utility box was estimated at $20,000. Read the full story
Posted in East Davidson, Exit 30 area, Police Blotter, Public safety, Summer's Walk
Posted on 16 June 2011.
Davidson Police are investigating a string of incidents in which an unknown suspect or suspects vandalized vehicles. The first incident was reported on Tuesday, June 7, when someone damaged four vehicles with yellow paint, causing an estimated $2,000 in combined damage. The following two incidents were reported on June 8 and occurred on Northeast Drive and Harper Lee Street. One vehicle was vandalized in each of the incidents.
At time of publishing, police had not responded to an inquiry for additional details about the incidents and whether they believe the vandalism to be connected. Read the full story
Posted in Police Blotter, Public safety
Posted on 22 December 2009.
Officer Cindy Mills checks a door Tuesday morning. (David Boraks photo)
If you’re headed out of town this holiday, the Davidson Police Department reminds you to take steps to protect your home against burglary, including signing up for the department’s free home security checks. Officers will stop by, check the doors and make sure your home is secure.
We rode along with officer Cindy Mills Tuesday morning as she checked a half-dozen homes in the old part of town. She said officers drive through each neighborhood during their shifts, stopping to turn door knobs and check windows.
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Posted in Neighborhoods, Public safety
Posted on 07 December 2009.
Cameron Regnard Stewart
Davidson police are seeking help finding a 19-year-old Davidson man who is wanted on a variety of domestic abuse and other charges. Cameron Regnard Stewart is free on $8,100 bond, and is believed to be in the Davidson or Cornelius area.
Davidson police Detective Steve Ingram said Mr. Stewart has a history of violence, and is considered dangerous. “We’re really trying to get this guy into custody. It’s getting volatile,” Mr. Ingram said Monday. Read the full story
Posted in commuter, Cornelius, Downtown & old Davidson, Police Blotter, Public safety
Posted on 15 October 2009.
From left: Roley Altizer, Davidson Police Corporal Scott Searcy, Davidson Fire Capt. Frank Molinek and Davidson College police Sgt. Laura Vanzant.
Four people from Davidson are being recognized this week for rising above the crowd when it comes to protecting public safety.
Audio: Click below to see photos and listen to town officials read citations about Davidson’s award winners at Tuesday’s Town Board meeting.
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Posted in Audio, video, photos, barbee farms, Business, Public safety
Posted on 11 May 2009.
Davidson police on Monday morning responded to three reports of overnight automobile break-ins on Delburg Street. Read the full story
Posted in Beaty-Watson-Armour area, Public safety