A Fayetteville Police Department recording of a resident who called 911 on Sept. 21 about a suspicious person at the door of their house after dark claiming to be from PWC. The Communications Division checked with PWC if the person was a PWC employee.
A Fayetteville Police Department recording of a resident calling 911 on Sept. 21 about a suspicious person at the door of their house after dark claiming to be from PWC. The Communications Division calls the woman to tell her a PWC employee was there checking on a possible water leak.
Dispatcher traffic during the apprehension of a suspect by Fayetteville police who had a medical emergency and later died in custody on Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019. Note: Traffic between the dispatcher and officers is not recorded when there's no sound which makes it sound like events are happening faster than they really are.
On Episode 43 of Crime Time, a security concern shuts down the All American Gate leading onto Fort Bragg. Will using your cellphone while driving soon be against the law? "CSL: Investigating True Crime @ Your Library" planned Saturday, March 16 at Headquarters Library. These stories and more on Crime Time.
On Episode 42 of Crime Time, Robin T. Applewhite will spend at least 230 years in prison after being convicted of coercing women into prostituting for him. "Conner's Law" mandates mandatory prison time for anyone who uses a firearm to assault a law enforcement officer. More than 300 video gaming machines seized in Bladen County. Cumberland County Expungement Clinic dates set.
On Episode 41 of Crime Time, Observer reporter Paul Woolverton talks about how the case against Michael Ray McLellan for the kidnapping and murder of Lumberton teen Hania Aguilar came together. Harnett County Deputy Eric Cook Jr. returns to work 10 months after being shot while on duty. Cumberland County's third annual expungement clinic is scheduled in March.
On Episode 40 of Crime time, a Fayetteville State police officer is accused of shooting his wife. The autopsy report for the Lumberton teen who was kidnapped and killed last fall is released. A Fayetteville man has been charged with attempted murder in connection with a fire at the Boulevard Motel.
In Episode 39 of Crime Time, a Rockingham woman was charged for making a false report about a missing baby and woman. Observer reporters Paul Woolverton and Michael Futch recap the events. A potential seventh victim has come forward in the Ramsey Street rapist case that was in the news more than a decade ago. A man urinating on the side of a building led to three men being charged with cocaine possession.
In Episode 38 of Crime Time, the latest in the Unsolved Mysteries series delves into the death of former Fayetteville Police Chief J. Ross Jones, who was found shot dead in a room of the Prince Charles Hotel in 1935. Other stories include the arrest of a man in a rape case from more than 30 years ago, a rape kit backlog bill has been proposed, tips for "How to Stop For A Cop" and a recap of the crime stories in the news. Observer reporter Michael Futch joins Sonny Jones on the podcast.
In Episode 37 of Crime Time, the autopsy report for Marcquis Timmons-Moore, who was found dead in her Fayetteville home in August, is released and the details are gruesome and Cumberland County led the state last year in new human trafficking cases. These stories and more as Observer reporter Paul Woolverton joins Sonny Jones to crime stories in the news.
In Episode 36 of Crime Time, an arrest is made in the murder of two sisters and an infant in Harnett County and a 911 call describes the scene, a fugitive is captured, the case is being built against the man accused of killing a Lumberton teen, and the death penalty will be sought in the shooting death of a Highway Patrol trooper. Listen as Fayetteville Observer police and crime reporter Nancy McCleary and host Sonny Jones discuss the cases.
In Episode 35 of Crime Time, arrests made in two murder cases, two school teachers charged, drug offender sought, and inmates try to help fallen deputy. Listen as Fayetteville Observer police and crime reporter Nancy McCleary and host Sonny Jones discuss the cases.
In Episode 33 of Crime Time, the Red Springs police chief and town manager are charged with illegally removing and disposing of personnel records. A masked man armed with a rifle entered First Citizens Bank in Haymount and left with an undisclosed amount of cash. Two people are in custody. A Fayetteville man is charged with 90 offenses dating back to August 2017. These stories and more on Crime Time on FayObserver.com featuring Fayetteville Observer police and crime reporter Nancy McCleary.
In Episode 32 of Crime Time, updates on recent stories covered during previous podcasts. 7 women, more than $9,000 in stolen clothes, 3 stores in Cross Creek Mall hit. That’s the report from the Fayetteville police department, who say the four women from Robeson County and three from Fayetteville worked together. An operation targeting alleged narcotics dealers in Harnett County began last week with the arrests of 16 people and the seizure of drugs, guns and cash including more than $98,000...
In Episode 31 of Crime Time, a Cumberland County deputy shot and injured a man who fired on him in the early morning hours of Tuesday, Sept. 4. In the Observer's 'Unsolved: Cape Fear Mysteries' series, there's been little progress in the case of three Lumberton women who were found dead all within blocks form one another in the spring of 2017. These stories and more on Crime Time on FayObserver.com featuring Fayetteville Observer police and crime reporter Nancy McCleary.