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Wake County Deputies Equipped With Life-Saving Drug

Yesterday, September 13, 2016 Sworn Deputies of the Wake County Sheriff’s Office were equipped with Naloxone (also known as Narcan), an opioid antagonist used to reverse drug overdoses from narcotics such as heroin and prescription opioid pain relievers. Naloxone is a safe, effective medication that temporarily blocks the effects of opioids in the brain long enough to restore breathing in ... Read More »

Wake SO Needs Help Locating Victim

The Wake County Sheriff’s Office requests assistance in identifying and locating a possible crime victim as result of an incident that occurred on Sunday May 3, 2015 in the Bashford Rd. area of Raleigh. He is a Hispanic male and may have injuries to his face and/or upper body. If you have any information that would assist our investigation, please contact ... Read More »

Wake County Not to File Charges Now Against Calvin Ray in Recent Shooting

The Wake Sheriff’s Office has just advised that in regard to the Wake Forest shooting that occurred on July 12, 2014, they will not be filing criminal charges at this time. The Sheriff’s Office stated, upon arrival at that residence deputies found Mr. Jeffery Mitchell, 47, of 27 Spring Lane, Wake Forest, deceased on the front porch having received a ... Read More »

Fake Local Cops Want Your Money

Well it looks like the old fake debt collector scam has now branched out with a new twist. Under the old version the fake collectors posed as law enforcement and similarly elicited money to keep people allegedly out of jail. This time the scammers, who are often calling from outside of the country, are spoofing local law enforcement. Don’t fall ... Read More »

Wake County Makes it Easier to Get a Concealed Carry Permit

Up until now, people wanting to get a pistol purchase permit or a concealed carry permit had to go to downtown Raleigh to apply and pay to get one. Raleigh! Us country folk don’t like the big city. According to Wake County Sheriff, Donnie Harrison, the process just became easier for all those wanting to become a pistol packing mama. ... Read More »