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Evidence Tossed in Charlotte Cop Killer Trial, Judge Rules Out Death Penalty

August 24, 2010
Judge Forrest Bridges ruled this afternoon that Demeatrius Montgomery should not face the death penalty because of an investigator's misconduct during the investigation into the 2007 killings of two Charlotte police officers.

90 Shots Fired in Charlotte Standoff

August 6, 2010
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have charged Cody Richmond with attempted murder, 10 counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, and 10 counts of assault with a deadly weapon on a law enforcement officer.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg PD Graduates Largest Recruit Class Ever

July 4, 2010
The new class also has a range of backgrounds, including a semi-professional athlete, two retired police officers who decided to come back to duty and a married couple who used to work in government.

N.C. Jury Imposes Death Penalty on MS-13 Leader

April 29, 2010
The 25-year-old Alejandro Enrique Ramirez Umana (a.k.a. "Wizard") shot and killed two brothers in December 2007 in Guilford County, N.C.

Charlotte Sergeants Sue Department for Overtime Pay

March 30, 2010
More than 30 current and former police sergeants have sued the city of Charlotte, claiming their employer violated federal labor law by not paying them overtime.

Charlotte Officer was Traveling 90-Plus Before Accident, Police Say

October 16, 2009
A police officer was traveling 93 miles per hour before crashing while responding to a call in SouthPark earlier this week, a report just released from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department says.

Charlotte Officer Critically Injured in Patrol Car Accident

October 14, 2009
Officer Joe Willinsky, who has been on the police force for about 13 months and works in the Providence Division, is in critical condition at Carolinas Medical Center, according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Officer Robert Fey, a spokesman for the department.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Get High Marks in New Poll

September 24, 2009
Most Charlotteans are happy with the way Charlotte-Mecklenburg police are doing their job, according to a new poll from Elon University released Tuesday. Nearly 85 percent of respondents said they were satisfied or very satisfied with the police department's performance overall, compared to only 11 percent who were dissatisfied or very dissatisfied.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg PD to Hire 125 Officers

August 25, 2009
Charlotte City Council members voted Monday night for City Manager Curt Walton's plan to hire 125 additional police officers. Fifty will be hired with $8.5 million in federal stimulus dollars, and will start in September.

Aunt Argues Charlotte Cop Killing Suspect Mentally Unfit for Trial

July 21, 2009
The picture of a disturbed and occasionally violent Demeatrius Antonio Montgomery emerged during a hearing to determine whether he is mentally competent to stand trial in the 2007 shooting deaths of Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers Sean Clark and Jeff Shelton.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg PD Reports Significant Crime Drop

January 11, 2009
Mecklenburg crime dropped sharply in the second half of last year after months of spiking violence and home break-ins drove residents to march on City Hall and in some cases hire their own security.

Plainclothes N.C. Cop Carjacked, Pursuit Ends in Fiery Fatal Crash

January 9, 2009
Police say that in their haste to get away, robbery suspects crashed one car and then carjacked an SUV from a plainclothes Gastonia police officer.

Charlotte Police Find TASER, Knives, and Gun in Wounded Suspect's Van

November 22, 2008
A convicted felon who was critically injured by Charlotte-Mecklenburg officers Thursday night may be the only one who knows why he was in a van with a gun, a Taser, two folding knives and a bulletproof vest.

Charlotte Police Exchange Fire with, Wound Man Wearing Body Armor

November 21, 2008
At 8:36 p.m., Metro Division officers tried to stop a white van with expired tags at 36th and North Tryon streets, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Rodney Monroe said.

Brace for Impact

November 1, 2008

Some homeowners upside down in their mortgages have just walked away, leaving their properties to the bank. An abandoned home is bad news. It draws criminals like dead critters draw vultures.

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