Full bodycam video from the incident that led to a Greenville County, S.C., deputy accidentally shooting a suspect’s mother while trying to make an arrest. Curse words have been censored and faces blurred, but the video is otherwise unedited.
NASH COUNTY, NC (WITN) – A woman who was on oxygen died after the cigarette she was smoking blew up her nearby oxygen tank.
Nash County deputies say emergency crews were called earlier today to a home on Crowned Court, which is just outside of Middlesex.
Belinda Cole had medical issues that required her to be on oxygen, according to deputies.
LINCOLN COUNTY, N.C. – A bullet tore through the garage door of a Lincoln County home Monday night.
The incident happened around 7:30 p.m. at Frank Owens’ home on Hunter Rhyne Road.
Owens said he was working in his garage minutes before the bullet shot through the glass door of his garage.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A woman is charged with the murder of her daughter after a deadly shooting in east Charlotte, police said.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Police officers were called to a shooting in the 3300 block of Krupa Court around 9:30 Thursday night. When officers got to the scene, they found 37-year-old Chante Lavarche Alexander suffering from a gunshot wound.
Alexander was rushed to a Charlotte hospital where she later died.
CMPD officers took the suspect, Elvira Elizabeth Alexander, 56, into custody at the scene. She was taken to CMPD headquarters for an interview with detectives. She was charged with second-degree murder and possession of a stolen firearm in connection with the shooting.
Alexander County- a woman is accused of cursing cell tower workers and firing two shots. Deputies have charged Susan Moose with assault. When they got to her home, deputies say she barricaded herself inside with two axes. The cell tower workers weren’t hurt. pic.twitter.com/DN1Ys7upwH— Dave Faherty (@FahertyWSOC9) November 25, 2019
ALEXANDER COUNTY, N.C. – Cell tower workers — the brave souls who climb hundreds of feet into the air to make sure your cellphone works — have a terrifying enough job, but police said an Alexander County woman made it even scarier by shooting at them this weekend.
Susan Moose has been charged with assault with a deadly weapon after court documents state she fired a .22 revolver at a cellphone tower worker.
CLEVELAND COUNTY, N.C. – A family is working to recover after narrowly escaping a massive fire at their Cleveland County home early Wednesday morning.
Erica DiMarco told Channel 9 her 3-year-old son woke her up around 5 a.m. — just in time to get him and his 2-year-old brother out as flames ripped through their home on Knoll Road in Grover.
Investigators believe the 3-year-old was in the living room playing with his brother and messed with a propane heater, which sparked the fire.
DiMarco told Channel 9’s Ken Lemon that her son later said, “I’m sorry.’”