According to the "Local Paper" a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police official said Tuesday that fighting and shootings that left one person dead and led to 70 arrests early Sunday in Charlotte's uptown were not a case of "near-rioting."Capt. Jeff Estes, commander of CMPD's Central Division, which oversees the uptown area, said the early-morning trouble was a "serious matter," but he said it was not a situation in which large groups of people were "out of control in the streets.
In the hysteria, hype and smoke screen from CMPD command staff immediately following the Speed Street Shootings and Riots, police thought that a robber and car jacking at UNCC might have been the shooting suspect. It wasn't.Accordin... Read Post
In an amazing break with the status quo, WBTV is reporting that Sunday morning's riots and homicide happened in the "heart of where the DNC will take place" next year.This is a huge shift from the spin coming out of CMPD and the Obs... Read Post
At 3:37 PM Tuesday CMPD's Public Information Office emailed local media the following details:"Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Deputy Chief Harold Medlock will be available to update the media on the facts and circumstances that occurr... Read Post