A Morganton woman is wanted by the Burke County Sheriff’s Office on a felony charge. Sheila Eddins is described as a white, 5 foot 6 female, with brown hair and hazel eyes. The News Herald reports Eddins
A restraining order granted against the Hickory and Conover police departments has derailed the crackdown on skills games in the area. Yesterday, a Superior Court Judge granted a restraining order to Fun Arcade, which owns seven skill
A Hudson woman was struck and injured by a jeep Wednesday. Janet Jenkins Jarvis was struck while walking across the street to get her morning paper. The News Topic reports the jeep was driven by a 17-year-old
A Nebo man is facing multiple charges after leading police on a high-speed chase last week. Nicholas Cage Cordell led Burke County Sheriff’s Office detectives on a 25 miles chase through Burke County and into McDowell County.
Two people were indicted on child sex charges. Sherry Renee Lyden of Hickory was found to have facilitated a 4-year-old to engage in a sex act and to take photos while The News Herald reports David Andrew
A fallen tree that blocked Hospital Ave. in Lenoir also disrupted phone and internet service to the Caldwell County Public Library Main Branch and The Caldwell County Water Department yesterday morning. The Daily Record reports the library
The Granite Falls Police are asking for help finding suspects connected to two separate thefts in the area. The Daily Record reports the police department is looking for one suspect who is wanted for stealing from Walmart
A Lenoir man was charged with dealing drugs after the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team raided his home early yesterday morning. Jakime Whiteside was arrested after investigators seized more than $19,000 worth of narcotics from his
People who want to help with hurricane relief efforts are advised to support experienced disaster relief charities. The Morganton News Herald reports individuals who are looking to donate should watch out for newly created organizations that emerge.
A Burke County swift water rescue crew is ready to help citizens in eastern North Carolina. The 12 man team is waiting for an order from the western regional coordination center of Emergency Management. The News Herald