ABC Permits Suspended After Fatal Shooting at Greensboro Night Club

Following an ALE investigation, a Greensboro nightclub’s ABC permits have been summarily suspended after a patron was shot and killed.  

Early on Sunday, July 31, Greensboro Police Department responded to a shooting at Blind Tiger, located at 1819 Spring Garden Street, where officers found a patron suffering from a gunshot wound. Police contacted ALE who immediately began an investigation.

Store Clerk, Father Charged After Teen Involved in Crash

Two adults have been charged following an ALE investigation into a vehicle crash involving a teen driver.  

On Friday, July 22, North Carolina State Highway Patrol (SHP) responded to a single-vehicle crash involving a 17-year-old driver in Alamance County. At the time of the crash, alcohol was believed to be a factor. SHP contacted ALE, who immediately began an investigation.

ALE Investigation Shuts Down Illegal Drug, Alcohol Locations

Last week, ALE concluded a long-term illegal drug and alcohol investigation with searches, arrests, and seizures after years of violence and complaints had plagued a Fayetteville neighborhood.

A long history of 9-1-1 calls to the Fayetteville Police Department, and complaints of illegal drug and alcohol activity originating from two residences prompted the investigation. Two adjacent houses, 527 and 533 Orange Street, were frequented by known, violent offenders believed responsible for numerous shootings and stabbings over the past few months.

Store Clerks, Teen Charged After ALE Investigation

Following a crash involving several teens earlier this month, two Wilkesboro convenience store clerks and a teen have been criminally charged.  

On the evening of Thursday, June 16, North Carolina State Highway Patrol (SHP) responded to a single-vehicle crash involving three teenagers in Alexander County. The 18-year-old driver struck a tree along Sulphur Springs Road near Taylorsville. SHP contacted ALE after open containers of alcohol were located inside the vehicle the night of the crash.

ALE Concludes Salisbury Drug and Alcohol Investigation

ALE special agents recently concluded a months-long illegal drug and alcohol investigation which resulted in numerous arrests, charges, and seizures.

The investigation stemmed from complaints of illegal drug activity at ABC-licensed convenience stores in Salisbury. Through the course of the investigation, special agents also identified several illegal alcohol businesses operating out of private residences.

Final Judgement Ordered in Waxhaw Nuisance Case

After countless years and a long history of disturbances, drug violations and numerous calls to the Waxhaw Police Department, this neighborhood should soon see long awaited changes.

On Tuesday, June 21, Superior Court Judge Jonathan Perry signed a consent judgment for a Chapter 19 Nuisance Abatement action against the property located at 316 Rehobeth Road, Waxhaw.

Burlington Shooting Prompts ALE Investigation, Cancellation of ABC Permits

A Burlington event center is without ABC permits and four employees criminally charged after two patrons were shot inside the business.  

On Sunday, June 5, ALE was notified of the shooting inside Mamba Event Center, 2371 Corporation Parkway in Burlington, and immediately began investigating the incident.

Final Judgement Ordered in Rockwell Nuisance Case

After countless years and a long history of disturbances, drug violations and numerous calls to the Rockwell Police Department, this neighborhood should soon see long awaited changes.

On Wednesday, June 2, Superior Court Judge Timothy Gould signed a consent judgment for a Chapter 19 Nuisance Abatement action for the property located at 116 Gold Hill Avenue, Rockwell.

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