CMPD releases video from June shooting on Beatties Ford Road, pleas for public’s help
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police are looking for two men seen firing guns in a video from the June 22 shooting along Beatties Ford Road.
By Jonathan Limehouse | November 13, 2020
Police Reports: 1 dead in Charlotte shooting outside of uptown
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police recorded the city’s 99th homicide of 2020 Tuesday night when they found a man fatally shot in the Belmont neighborhood.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 27, 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
How George Floyd’s death inspired 2 former police officers to rejoin CMPD
While residents protested the death of unarmed Black people, two men returned to their duty as officers to help bridge a divided community.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 13, 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
CMPD: Violent crime has increased, minors continue to be both victims and suspects
CPMD released its third-quarter crime statistics on Wednesday that showed declining rates in crime overall, but an increase in violent crimes.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 7, 2020
‘I’m going to die’: CMPD releases video footage of events leading to Harold Easter’s in-custody death
Seventeen video clips made public Thursday document Harold Easter's arrest and detention earlier this year.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 1, 2020
CMPD sergeant, officers cited in Harold Easter’s death resign ahead of video release
The five CMPD employees were cited for termination. A civil service board would've determined if they were to be fired.
By Jonathan Limehouse | September 30, 2020