Public officials in Statesville are “putting band-aids on surgical wounds” after a nine-year-old girl was gunned-down and killed while playing on a neighborhood sidewalk earlier this week.
“The city can revitalize downtown, but in South Statesville, they do everything half-ass; they don’t want to deal with the underlying garbage,” said Danette Glover, a lifelong resident of the neighborhood where three children were struck by bullets in two separate – but likely related – drive-by shootings on Monday.
Mooresville Police Chief Damon Williams has resigned. He submitted his letter of resignation this afternoon to Town Manager Randy Hemann, according to Kim Sellers,
The public may have to wait on results from the State Bureau of Investigation to find out what led to Commissioner Thurman Houston stabbing
Journalists aren’t above the law, but neither should the law — and those who enforce it — go out of its way to target us.
It should perhaps come as no surprise, though, that that’s what’s happening in Mooresville.
I’ve lived in my home in downtown Mooresville for 20 years. Until a few years ago, I never had any issues. Then the land behind my house was cleared, two homes were built, and a couple relocated to Mooresville and into one of those homes.
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