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On March 14, at the Bob Barker Retreat along the Cape Fear River, North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement graduated its first female K-9 handlers, Special Agents Megan Scherbekow and Blythe Watson. These groundbreaking women have each put in 350 hours of training with their K-9s and have both dreamed of being K-9 handlers since they were children.

Charges have been made following an North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement (ALE) investigation into a vehicle crash involving a 20-year-old driver and passenger.  

On Friday, February 16, ALE special agents charged several individuals with multiple felonies and misdemeanors after a combined investigation with the Greensboro Police Department was concluded.

Seven individuals have been charged following a North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement (ALE) investigation into an underage fatal vehicle crash.   

As a result of continuous complaints from the community, the Alcohol Law Enforcement Division concluded an investigation into an illegal outlet in Wilmington. On Saturday January 20, 2024, ALE, assisted by the Wilmington Police Department and New Hanover County Sheriffs’ Office, executed a search warrant at 1219 S 5th Ave, Wilmington, NC.

Three individuals have been criminally charged following a North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement (ALE) investigation into an underage fatal vehicle crash.  

The North Carolina Department of Public Safety will be waiting to share immediate career opportunities and more for you at the Charlotte Law Enforcement Hiring Expo.