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Arrest made in the shooting death of a Siler City man[Jul. 12, 2014]
Investigators from the Chatham County Sheriff's Office made an arrest in the investigation of a shooting that left one man dead in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 1. The incident occurred just outside of Siler City at a residence located at 1636 Siler City Snow Camp Road shortly before 3 a.m. The victim has was identified as 38 year old Demetrius Elliot Headen of Scotton Matthews Drive, Siler City.
Chatham deputies make arrest in Governor's Club breakins[Jun. 21, 2014]
On Thursday, June 12, 2014 investigators from the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with Chapel Hill police department and Orange County Sheriff’s Office made an arrest for two residential break-ins that occurred at the Governor’s Club in March 2014. The incidents occurred on Iredell and on Stokes within the gated community.
Durham man arrested by Chatham County deputies after a high-speed chase[Jun. 8, 2014]
Chatham County deputies arrested a suspect in a breaking-and-entering case that led to a high speed chase and crash on Thursday. Raymond Josue Fuentes, 26 of Rosetta Drive, Durham, is charged with felony flee to elude arrest; speeding; failure to stop at a steady red light; failure to heed light and siren; failure to maintain lane control; reckless driving to endanger; aggressive driving; resisting a public officer; three counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon; breaking and entering; larceny after breaking and entering; possession of stolen goods/property; conspiracy to commit breaking-entering; and felony larceny.
Chatham man killed in tractor-trailer accident[Jan. 13, 2014]
A Chatham County man died after his vehicle was struck by a tractor-trailer rig Friday morning near Pittsboro. A 1994 Nissan pickup truck driven by Harry Sugg, 73, of Pittsboro was traveling north on N.C. 751 at 8:22 a.m. Friday when his vehicle was struck by a tractor-trailer rig driven by Roderick Perry, 42, of Kinghtdale
Chatham deputies clear 36 motor vehicle break-ins[Jan. 3, 2014]
The Chatham County Sheriff’s Office has been working diligently to clear a rash of motor vehicle breaking and entering cases that date as far back at August, 2013. The majority of the cases occurred in the North Chatham area of the county. In all, investigators have cleared 36 reported break-ins and are working with other law enforcement agencies in surrounding counties with similar crimes.
Armed robbery at Governor's Village PNC Bank[Oct. 25, 2013]
The Chatham County Sheriff's Office responded to reports of an armed robbery at PNC Bank in Governor's Village earlier this morning. Two white males wearing Halloween masks entered bank both displaying handgun. One suspect was wearing blue and black plaid shirt, blue jeans and blue gloves. The other suspect was wearing an NC State hoodie, blue jeans and blue gloves. Both suspects left on foot and are still at large.
Wilmington man charged with rape in Chatham County[Jun. 19, 2013]
A Wilmington man is in jail in Chatham County accused of raping his estranged wife. Jesus Narciso Alvarez-Alba, 31, of Wilmington, had a domestic violence protective order issued against him by his estranged wife. Investigators say early Sunday morning he forced his way into her home in Moncure and raped her.
Chatham County Sheriff's office needs help identifying person in photo[Jun. 19, 2013]
Chatham County Sheriff’s Office needs your help to identify this person, who is wanted for questioning regarding a robbery that occurred recently in the Northeast Chatham/Cary Area. If you recognize this person please call Chatham County Crime Stoppers at (919) 542-6116 or Chatham County Sheriff’s Office at (919) 545-8150.
Chatham County deputies arrest ten after two-year investigation[May 30, 2013]
A two year investigation involving numerous law enforcement agencies in and around Chatham County has netted 10 arrests of local residents. In 2012, the General Assembly enacted a law requiring people who possess and intend to transport more than 25 pounds of copper material to get a transportation permit from the local Sheriff and produce the permit at the business making the transaction. Investigators received information that Hayes Iron and Metal of Siler City was receiving copper without requiring the permit and many people in and around Chatham County were cashing in on this illegal activity.
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