May 14, 2018 – Meeting Highlights
The Moore County Law Enforcement Officers Association announces the start of an annual calendar project being facilitated by Royce Publications.
A local resident placed homemade protest signs on the Welcome To Aberdeen sign beside of Biscuitville on US Highway 1 in Aberdeen Monday morning.
The driver of one vehicle was temporarily entrapped in her car after a T-bone collision Sunday afternoon outside of Carthage.
The Southern Pines Police Department is investigating a reported larceny that occurred Saturday evening.
The Taylortown Police Department and Pinehurst Police Department hosted traffic checkpoint operations Friday night resulting in several charges and two DWI’s.
Two large storage buildings were destroyed in a neighborhood between Pinebluff and Aberdeen Friday afternoon.
The Town of Southern Pines has been notified by its Water Plant Operator, Suez, that a main Finished Water Pump responsible for transporting potable water from the plant located in Pinebluff to the booster station has failed.
District Attorney Maureen Krueger announces that on Wednesday May 9, 2018, the District Attorney’s office concluded a jury trial in which a Moore County jury found defendant Russell Rufus McLaughlin guilty of all counts lodged against him.