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The Division of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention has named Darrin McNeill the new director of Pitt Regional Juvenile Detention Center in Greenville. McNeill, a former correctional officer for 18 years, began his new duties on Feb. 21.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper held a meeting with Department of Public Safety Secretary Ed

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol will again join forces with law enforcement partners in adjoining states to conduct a concentrated highway traffic enforcement period as part of Operation SafeDRIVE (Distracted Reckless Impaired Visibili

The State Highway Patrol will host virtual assessors from the Commission on Ac

After multiple homicides and a long history of disturbances, drug violations and countless calls to the Columbus County Sheriff’s Office, residents of the Chadbourn community should soon feel a little safer.

Over the weekend, ALE and the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office raided an illegal alcohol business which resulted in the seizure of guns, drugs, and alcoholic beverages.

Over the weekend, Alcohol Law Enforcement, State Highway Patrol, and local law enforcement partnered to reduce crime and enhance public safety at both ABC-licensed and illegal alcohol businesses across the state.

RALEIGH — Death Row offender Carl Stephen M

The State Highway Patrol recognized the promotions of 117 sworn and 10 civilian members today during a ceremony held at The Shephard’s Church in Cary. The event was conducted in celebration of those who received a promotion throughout 2021 and the beginning of 2022. 

After years of deaths, drug violations, and numerous calls to the Reidsville Police Department, this local community should soon see long-awaited changes. On Friday, Feb.

The North Carolina prison system has safely returned around 220 minimum custody offenders who had been evacuated Monday night/Tuesday morning from the Forsyth Correctional Center in Winston-Salem due to a fire at a nearby plant.

ELIZABETH CITY - The staff at the Pasquotank Correctional Institution are mourning the passing of Correctional Officer Helen Mae Smith, who suffered a medical emergency after responding to an offender incident today, Feb. 3.

Friday evening, ALE concluded a months-long investigation which resulted in over 30 arrests and more than 200 drug, alcohol, and weapons charges.

The operation addressed the illegal sales of guns, drugs and alcohol from ABC-licensed businesses and residences throughout Columbus County.

For the third weekend in a row, North Carolina is preparing for a winter storm and Governor Cooper and state leaders are reminding residents to be ready for winter weather.

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