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Salisbury: Burglar Hits the Jackpot Friday on Bringle Ferry Rd. Near N. Green St. Forcible Entry Nets $2,500 in Cash!

March 1, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Salisbury Police sources report that on Friday Shemika Davis, 35, living on the 700 block of Bringle Ferry Rd. near N. Green Street was the victim of a burglary–forcible entry. The crime was reported to 911 dispatch at 10 p.m. The back door was forced open and used as the entry and […]

Much Needed Law Enforcement Protection for the Poorly Governed in Salisbury?

March 1, 2017

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Todd Paris, Staff Writer and Salisbury Attorney ♦ Today WSOC-TV interviewed Rowan County Commissioner Craig Pierce and City Councilman, Kenny Hardin about discussions that WSOC-TV says amount to a plan for the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office to take over the Salisbury Police Department, at least temporarily. The city’s spokesperson said this was a false rumor […]

Salisbury: The National Sports Media Association Dumps Salisbury as the Site of its 58th Annual Award Weekend in June for Winston-Salem

February 28, 2017

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RFP Staff/The National Sports Media Association ♦ In a Press release The National Sports Media Association announced NSMA is “pulling up stakes and moving 45 minutes up the road to Winston-Salem, NC.” The move becomes effective April 2017. The former site of the NSMA Annual Award Weekend Salisbury since its founding in 1959, the organization […]

Salisbury: Woman Robbed and Sexually Groped at Wallace Commons Monday Night. William Pierre Hargrave Arrested for Alleged Robbery

February 28, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ According to Salisbury Police sources Ms. Richelle Hunter, 27, of Salisbury was the victim of a robbery and being sexually groped at Wallace Commons 1371 Klumac Road Monday night.  The robbery, taking place in the parking lot at Longhorn Steakhouse, was reported to 911 dispatch at 9:40 p.m. Hunter was shopping in several stores in […]

2 Letters-to-the-Editor: MYSTERIOUS HOMICIDE on Union Heights Blvd. in Salisbury // We Need a Wall Up in E. Spencer to Keep Salisbury Out!

February 28, 2017

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Rabbi Will McCubbins, China Grove, N.C. ♦ It certainly does seem like all hell has broken loose in Salisbury.  Nobody I know wants to step foot in the place for fear of being stabbed, shot, or clubbed to death. Everyone recognizes the City alters their crime reports and stats to trick people into coming there, […]

How to Survive a Salisbury Style Hostage Situation: The Best Tips for Coming Out of a Hostage Situation in One Piece

February 27, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ In a violent and crime-ridden town like Salisbury, N.C. you never know when you might walk into bad situation.  Maybe you’re at gas station convenience store being held up or walk into bank where the security guard is laying dead on the floor and a teller has pistol pressed against her temple?  If you […]

Video: Demolition, Liens, and Land Grabs at Salisbury City Council Meeting on February 21st

February 27, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Brian Miller, David Post, and City Manager Lane Bailey appear to be seeking creative ways for the City of Salisbury to take ownership of land left undeveloped after upcoming building demolitions. On February 21st, Salisbury City Council viewed a presentation on houses recommended to be demolished under the Zoning Nuisance and Minimum […]