2 dead in east Charlotte shooting

Charlotte Mecklenburg police are investigating a shooting in east Charlotte Monday that left a man and woman dead in the […]
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 19, 2020

Fatal shooting in uptown Charlotte is city’s latest homicide

A man was killed overnight near the intersection of North College Street and East 12th Street.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 16, 2020

CMPD requests community’s help as homicide count reaches 94

After three homicides within a 12-hour timespan, CMPD Chief Johnny Jennings stresses community assistance in solving active homicide investigations.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 14, 2020

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police investigate two homicides less than an hour apart

Police reported that both male victims were pronounced dead from apparent gunshot wounds at separate scenes.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 12, 2020

Man charged with fatal stabbing in east Charlotte

A 41-year-old man was arrested Saturday and charged with murder after a fatal stabbing in east Charlotte late Friday. Authorities […]
By Glenn Burkins | October 11, 2020

Fatal shooting in southwest Charlotte leaves 1 dead

The victim was reported dead in a parking lot.
By Glenn Burkins | October 3, 2020

Gunfire claims life of teen in northeast Charlotte

Teen pronounced dead at the scene Sunday night from apparent gunshot wound.
By QCity Metro Staff | September 28, 2020

No criminal charges for CMPD officers connected to Harold Easter’s death, Meck DA says

District Attorney's report says the state couldn't prove involuntary manslaughter charges beyond a reasonable doubt.
By Jonathan Limehouse | September 21, 2020

CMPD sergeant, four officers ‘cited for termination’ relating to an in-custody death

CMPD Police Chief Johnny Jennings publicly announced the recommendations Friday, following an investigation into the death of Harold Easter in January.
By Jonathan Limehouse | September 18, 2020

CMPD and community members partner to promote gun safety

CMPD purchased 800 gun locks to be distributed by local nonprofits with hopes of curbing gun violence.
By QCity Metro Staff | September 16, 2020