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Argument Over Money Leads To Son’s Assault On His Father
December 02, 2022

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Argument Over Money Leads To Son’s Assault On His Father
Posted on December 02, 2022| By byrontucker | In Uncategorized
 
On Tuesday, November 29, 2022, at 12:52 a.m., Deputies responded to a 911 call of an assault in the 5900 block of Snow Camp Rd. The 62-year-old caller advised that his son had punched the caller in the face and cut his head.
 
On arrival, Deputies made contact with the suspect, identified by the victim and a witness to the incident, as Johnathan Wayne Andrews of the same residence.
The victim stated he was assaulted by his son’s fist, a wooden table and a metal dog bowl. The victim also stated that while attempting to call 911, the suspect took the phone away from the victim.
 
Mr. Andrews was arrested and transported to the Alamance County Detention Center.
 
Name: Johnathan Wayne Andrews
Charges: Assault With Deadly Weapon Inflicting Serious Injury
Interfere With Emergency Communications
 
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False Report of Violence on School Campus
December 01, 2022

BPD Investigates False Report of Violence on School Campus

 
Burlington, NC | At approximately 9:55 am on December 1, 2022, Burlington Police officers responded to a 911 call that there was an active shooter at Walter M. Williams High School, 1307 South Church Street, Burlington.
 
Once on campus, responding officers, with the two on-duty School Resource Officers already on site, searched the campus and determined there was no evidence of an active threat to students and staff. It was determined that the 911 call was a false report.
 
Students and school staff were placed on lockdown in a timely manner with the help of school administration and staff on campus. Burlington Fire Department, EMS, and Emergency Management staff were on standby to assist as needed.
 
The Burlington Police Department appreciates the quick response and partnership from Alamance-Burlington Schools. Administrators, staff, and students on campus remained calm which allowed law enforcement to quickly respond to the report.
 
Detectives are still in the process of gathering information regarding the false call to 911. This investigation is ongoing.
 
The Burlington Police Department is seeking anyone with additional information about this investigation. Please contact the Burlington Police Department at (336) 229-3500. For anonymous methods, call Alamance County-Wide Crimestoppers at (336) 229-7100 or use the mobile app, P3 Tips. Tips provided through Crimestoppers may be eligible for cash rewards.
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Fatal Motor Vehicle Crash
November 23, 2022

Burlington Police Department
Fatal Motor Vehicle Crash
 
Burlington, NC | On Wednesday, November 23, 2022, shortly after 1:00 p.m. Burlington police officers were called to Morningside Drive, for a traffic incident involving a single vehicle. Upon arrival, officers discovered a 2010 Chevrolet HHR engulfed in flames. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene.
 
The preliminary investigation indicates that the Chevrolet HHR was traveling west on Morningside Drive before it ran off the road and struck a tree. A post-crash fire started and members of the Burlington Fire Department worked to extinguish the fire quickly.
 
Officers have identified the deceased driver as 71-year-old, Robert Miller III of Haw River.
 
In addition to police and the Burlington Fire Department, Alamance County Rescue and EMS also responded to the scene. The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
 
The Burlington Police Department is seeking anyone with additional information about this investigation. Please contact the Burlington Police Department at (336) 229-3500. For anonymous methods, call Alamance County-Wide Crimestoppers at (336) 229-7100 or use the mobile app, P3 Tips. Tips provided through Crimestoppers may be eligible for cash rewards.
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Homicide
November 23, 2022

Burlington Police Department
Police Investigating Fatal Shooting
 
Burlington, NC | On November 22, 2022, at 10:42pm the Burlington Police Department responded to the report of shots fired around the 800 block of Avon Ave.
 
When officers arrived at the scene, they located two victims suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. Christopher Moore, a 32-year-old male is being treated at a regional hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. Quinnton Enoch, a 24-year-old male, was pronounced deceased at the scene. This investigation is ongoing and detectives are continuing to follow up on strong leads.
 
The Burlington Police Department is seeking anyone with additional information about this investigation. Please contact the Burlington Police Department at (336) 229-3500. For anonymous methods, call Alamance County-Wide Crimestoppers at (336) 229-7100 or use the mobile app, P3 Tips. Tips provided through Crimestoppers may be eligible for cash rewards.
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Man Faces Rape and Assault by Strangulation Charges
November 22, 2022

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
County Man Faces Rape and Assault by Strangulation Charges
Posted on November 22, 2022| By byrontucker | In Uncategorized
 
On Tuesday, November 8, 2022, Investigators with the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office Special Victims Unit (SVU), began investigating a report of sexual assault. Investigators were informed that the victim was allegedly forced to engage in sexual acts. Investigators also were informed that the victim was allegedly assaulted by strangulation.
 
As the investigation continued, probable cause was found to charge the suspect identified as Austin Neal Gwynn. Mr. Gwynn was arrested on Monday, November 21, 2022, and transported to the Alamance County Detention Center.
 
Name: Austin Neal Gwynn
Charges: 1ct. Felony Second-Degree Forcible Rape
1ct. Felony Assault by Strangulation
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Mother and Boyfriend Charged After Sexual Assault
November 17, 2022

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Mother and Boyfriend Charged After Sexual Assault with Child Investigation
Posted on November 17, 2022| By byrontucker | In Uncategorized
 
On Thursday, September 15, 2022, the Special Victims Unit opened an investigation of sexual assault on a child. Detectives, working with the Department of Social Services, were told by the victim that Robert David King, Jr., identified as the boyfriend of the victim’s mother, assaulted the victim four to five times. The victim also stated that Christy Jeannine Deanese, identified as the victim’s mother, was told of the assaults but did not believe the victim. Ms. Deanese admitted to the Detectives of being made aware of the assaults but failed to report them.
 
On Wednesday, November 16, 2022, Detectives conducted a final case review with the Alamance County District Attorney’s Office. Felony warrants were then granted and served on Mr. King and Ms. Deanese. Both were arrested and transported to the Alamance County Detention Center.
 
Name: Robert David King Jr.
Charges: Felony Statutory Sex Offense with Child by Adult and Felony Indecent Liberties with Child
Name: Christy Jeannine Deanese
Charges: Felony Child Abuse-Sexual Act and Failure to Report Crime Against Juvenile
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Trio Facing Multiple Felony Drug Charges
November 15, 2022

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Trio Facing Multiple Felony Drug Charges
Posted on November 15, 2022| By byrontucker | In Uncategorized
 
On Wednesday, November 2, 2022, the Alamance County Street Crimes/Spec Ops Unit conducted a routine traffic stop on Chapel Hill Rd. at Maple Ave. in Burlington. The driver was identified as David Allen Tromp. During the course of the stop, a K-9 was deployed for an outer open-air sniff of the vehicle and gave a positive indication of contraband.
 
A probable cause search was conducted where Deputies found 21 dosage units of suspected pressed fentanyl pills, methamphetamine, and miscellaneous drug paraphernalia. Mr. Tromp was charged and arrested.
A passenger in the vehicle, Clay Edgar Williamson, was found to be in possession of Suboxone strips. Investigators decided to open an investigation of Mr. Williamson’s suspected narcotics activities as a result of finding contraband on his person. He would later be served with a warrant.
 
Mr. Tromp was transported to the Alamance County Detention Center.
 
As the investigation continued, Deputies secured a warrant for Mr. Williamson. On Friday November 11, 2022, Mr. Williamson was located in the parking lot of an Auto Parts store in Graham with his associate, Terry Vaughn Black II.
 
While serving the warrant, a K-9 was utilized for an open-air sniff of Mr. Williamson’s vehicle where a positive indication of contraband was detected. During a probable cause search of the vehicle, Mr. Williamson was found to be in possession of 1.81 grams of suspected fentanyl.
 
The K-9 also conducted an open-air sniff of Mr. Black’s vehicle with a positive indication of contraband.
 
A probable cause search was conducted where Deputies located a glass smoking pipe and .01 grams of methamphetamine in Mr. Black’s vehicle. Both suspects were arrested and charged.
 
A search warrant was obtained and served at Mr. Williamson’s residence. During the search, Investigators found 4.33 grams of fentanyl and 8 dosage units of suspected pressed fentanyl pills.
 
Name: Clay Edgar Williamson
Charges: 2cts: Possession with Intent to Sell and Distribute Fentanyl, Trafficking Fentanyl, and Possession With Intent to Sell and Distribute Suboxone, and 2cts. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
 
Name: David Allen Tromp
Charges: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell and Distribute Fentanyl, Possession of Methamphetamine, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
 
Name: Terry Vaughn Black II
Charges: Felony Possession of Methamphetamine and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
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Sex Offender Fails To Report Social Media Accounts
November 11, 2022

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Registered Sex Offender Fails To Report Social Media Accounts
Posted on November 11, 2022| By byrontucker | In Uncategorized
 
On Tuesday, November 8, 2022, Detectives with the Special Victim’s Unit opened an investigation of an anonymous tip received via email. The tip was in reference to a registered sex offender with active non-registered social media accounts. Registered sex offenders must register all social media and email accounts with the Sheriff’s Office in the county they reside.
 
During the investigation, Detectives identified the suspect as Pedro Virola Jr. Detectives found that Mr. Virola Jr. had active Facebook, Instagram and Twitter social media accounts which violates required Reporting Electronic Identifiers.
Detectives also learned that Mr. Virola Jr. had a total of 7 social media accounts, including 2 email accounts since his release in 2019. Mr. Viola Jr. was arrested and charged on Wednesday, November 9, 2022, and transported to the Alamance County Detention Center.
 
Name: Pedro Virola Jr.
Charge: 1ct: Felony Failure to Register Sex Offender
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Convicted Felon Charged With Possessing Weapons Of Mass Destruction
November 11, 2022

Alamance County Sheriff's Office

Convicted Felon Charged With Possessing Weapons Of Mass Destruction

Posted on November 11, 2022| By | In Uncategorized

On Monday, November 7, 2022, Deputies responded to the 1000 block of Burch Bridge Rd. Burlington, N.C. in reference to a subject shooting a firearm and making threats to harm himself and others. On arrival, Deputies located the subject and identified him as Christopher Michael Caulder. Because of threatening statements made by Mr. Caulder, he was detained and questioned.

Deputies discovered that Mr. Caulder is a convicted felon. According to witnesses, Mr. Caulder had numerous firearms and a large amount of ammunition in the home. As the investigation continued, Detectives with the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office responded and executed a search warrant.

Deputies found 21 firearms including three short barrel rifles with fixed stocks, a fully automatic machine gun, thousands of rounds of ammunition, multiple sets of protective body armor, a gas mask, and a large number of firearm accessories that were seized.

Mr. Caulder was arrested and transported to the Alamance County Detention Center.

This case remains under investigation.

Name:             Christopher Michael Caulder

Charges:          1ct:  Felony Possession of Firearm by Felon, 4cts: Felony Possession of a Weapon of Mass Destruction

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B&E of a Business
November 08, 2022

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
B&E of a Business
 
The following images were captured during a breaking and entering which occurred at the Citgo Convenience Store 1501 N Graham Hopedale Rd. Burlington. The B&E is believed to have occurred at approximately 2:45 a.m. on Saturday, November 5, 2022.
 
The suspect appears to be operating a black, newer model Jeep Cherokee.
If you are able to identify the suspect please contact the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office at: 336-570-6300 or Crimestoppers at: 336-229-7100 or www.p3tips.com
 
 
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Missing Person (2022-06451)
November 08, 2022

Burlington Police Department

Missing Person (2022-06451)

 

BURLINGTON, NC— On November 7th, 2022, at approximately 6:00 pm, a concerned family member for Wilfredo Castillo Gomez contacted the Burlington Police Department to file a missing person report. Wilfredo Gomez is described as a 5’8”, 185 lbs, 33-year-old Hispanic male with black hair. Gomez was last seen wearing blue jeans and a black hooded sweatshirt.

 

The Burlington Police Department is looking for any information as to his whereabouts. This investigation is ongoing.   

 

The Burlington Police Department is actively seeking anyone with information regarding this investigation or any other investigation. We ask you to call the Burlington Police Department at (336) 229-3500. For anonymous methods, call Alamance County-Wide Crimestoppers at (336) 229-7100 or by using the mobile App P3 Tips or www.p3tips.com. Tips provided through Crimestoppers may be eligible for cash rewards.

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Son Charged with Exploitation of an Elder
November 07, 2022

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Son Charged with Exploitation of an Elder
Posted on November 07, 2022| By byrontucker | In Uncategorized
 
On Thursday, October 20, 2022, Detectives with the Sheriff’s Office Special Victim’s Unit responded to the 2700 block of Holly Brook Dr., Burlington, N.C., to investigate a report of Exploitation of an Elder. The report was originally received on October 5, 2022, by Adult Protective Services.
 
The report was filed by Mr. Freeman Montgomery, the victim’s son. During the investigation, Mr. Montgomery claimed that while the victim, his mother, was hospitalized, other family members were attempting to use her financial cards.
 
As the investigation continued, Detectives discovered multiple unauthorized charges on the victim’s debit cards by Mr. Montgomery. Detectives also discovered that Mr. Montgomery had the victim’s wallet which contained the victim’s driver’s license, social security card, two debit cards and an EBT card in his possession.
 
Mr. Montgomery surrendered the property to Detectives and admitted that he did not receive permission from the victim to make purchases with the debit cards. Mr. Montgomery provided highlighted and initialed receipts of charges made with the cards totaling $1,922.48.
 
Mr. Montgomery was arrested and transported to the Alamance County Detention Center.
 
Name: Freeman Alonzo Montgomery
Charges:
Obtaining Property False Pretense
Exploitation of Disable/Elder Capacity
2cts. Financial Card Theft
Financial Card Fraud
2cts: Identity Theft
Accessing Computers to Commit Fraud
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Homicide Arrest
November 07, 2022

Burlington Police Department
Homicide
****UPDATE: Burlington Police Department Investigating Death Burlington, NC*****
Burlington Police Officers responded to the 600 block of Broad Street yesterday morning, November 6, where Andrew Daniel was found dead. Mr. Daniel had multiple wounds that were determined to be stab wounds.
 
Members of the department worked to obtain warrants, collect evidence, and develop a suspect. Trevor Lavell King was taken into police custody for questioning and subsequently charged with 2nd Degree Murder. King is being held in the Alamance County Jail.
Photo attached.
 
Original Media Release (November 6) 
 
At approximately 7:50am on November 6, 2022, Burlington Police officers responded to the report of a cardiac arrest at the 600 block of Broad Street. Once on scene, officers located the body of 45-year-old Andrew Daniel, who had been found unresponsive. The investigation is ongoing, and detectives are treating the conditions as suspicious as they continue to collect evidence and follow up on leads.
 
The Burlington Police Department is seeking anyone with additional information about this investigation. Please contact the Burlington Police Department at (336) 229-3500. For anonymous methods, call Alamance County-Wide
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Burlington Police Department Investigating Death
November 06, 2022

Burlington Police Department
Investigating Death
 
Burlington, NC | At approximately 7:50am on November 6, 2022, Burlington Police officers responded to the report of a cardiac arrest at the 600 block of Broad Street.
 
Once on scene, officers located the body of 45-year-old Andrew Daniel, who had been found unresponsive. The investigation is ongoing, and detectives are treating the conditions as suspicious as they continue to collect evidence and follow up on leads.
 
The Burlington Police Department is seeking anyone with additional information about this investigation. Please contact the Burlington Police Department at (336) 229-3500. For anonymous methods, call Alamance County-WideCrimestoppers at (336) 229-7100 or use the mobile app, P3 Tips. Tips provided through Crimestoppers may be eligible for cash rewards.
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Possession Of Firearm By Felon
November 03, 2022

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Passengers Charged With Possession Of Firearm By Felon During Traffic Stop
Posted on November 02, 2022| By byrontucker | In Uncategorized
 
On Tuesday, November 1, 2022, at 12:22 p.m., Deputies observed a vehicle near the intersection of NC 54 Hwy and Salem Church Rd. which displayed an expired temporary license plate. A vehicle stop was conducted in the 4900 block NC 54 Hwy near Graham, N.C. The vehicle was occupied by the driver and three passengers.
 
During the stop, a K9 gave a positive indication of contraband. Deputies conducted a probable cause search and found a loaded handgun concealed in the rear passenger area of the vehicle.
 
Two occupants in the back seat of the vehicle were each charged with possession of a firearm by Felon.
 
Name: William Quinn-Anthony Day
Charge: 1ct. Felony Firearm by Felon
 
Name: Eric Jason Hogan
Charge: 1ct. Felony Firearm by Felon
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Man Charged With Assault By Strangulation
November 02, 2022

Alamance County Sheriff's Office

Deputies Respond To Domestic Call, Man Charged With Assault By Strangulation

Posted on November 02, 2022| By byrontucker | In Uncategorized

 

On Monday, October 31, 2022, at 4:47 p.m., Deputies were dispatched to a physical domestic disturbance on Southern High School Rd., Graham, N.C. While on the scene, Deputies learned that Mr. Matthew Ryan Wilkinson and his girlfriend were arguing and escalated to a physical confrontation.

While interviewing the victim, Deputies noticed red marks on the sides and back of the victim’s neck. The victim and witnesses stated the marks were believed to have occurred when Mr. Wilkerson grabbed and pulled off a necklace that the victim was wearing.

Mr. Wilkerson was then arrested and transported to the Alamance County Detention Center.

Name:            Matthew Ryan Wilkinson   

Charge:          Felony Assault By Strangulation
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Traffic Stop Becomes A Pursuit, Leads To Felony Arrests
November 01, 2022

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Traffic Stop Becomes A Pursuit, Leads To Felony Arrests
Posted on November 01, 2022| By byrontucker | In Uncategorized
 
On Sunday, October 30, 2022, at 6:55 p.m., Deputies conducted a traffic stop in the area of N. N.C. Highway 49 and Anderson Road near Green Level. The vehicle displayed a fictitious registration plate and had an equipment violation.
The driver initially pulled over but then fled as Deputies were walking to the vehicle. Deputies then engaged in a vehicle pursuit that lasted approximately six (6) miles.
 
At the intersection of Beaumont Ave. and N. Church St. in Burlington, the violator struck another vehicle and wrecked in the parking lot of a convenience store located at 1382 N Church St., Burlington.
 
The driver fled on foot, the passenger was detained at the scene. With the help of a K-9, the driver was located after a brief search.
The driver was identified as Paris Lamonte Gant and the passenger was identified as Trevonte Jaquan McGhee.
 
During a search of the vehicle, Deputies located marijuana and three firearms.
 
Name: Paris Lamonte Gant
Charges: Felony Flee to Elude Arrest
Possess Marijuana up to ½ oz
Resisting Public Officer
Citation Fictitious Tags
 
Name: Trevonte Jaquan McGhee
Charges: Possession of Firearm By Felon
Possess Marijuana up to ½ oz
Resisting Public Officer.
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Vehicle B&E
October 28, 2022

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Vehicle B&E In Alamance County Has Nationwide Reach, One Suspect Arrested
Posted on October 28, 2022| By byrontucker | In Uncategorized
 
On Thursday, August 4, 2022, Deputies with the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office responded to a park on 5550 Church Rd, near Saxapahaw, N.C. in reference to a vehicle break-in. On arrival, the victim stated that the window had broken out on his 2017 Kia Soul.
 
The victim reported that his friend’s purse had been taken which included a driver's license and multiple credit/debit cards. While deputies were on scene taking the report, the owner of the purse received a notification that one of her cards was currently being used at Walmart in Mebane.
 
As the investigation continued, Detectives were able to collect photographs of a suspect and a receipt from Walmart. Detectives tracked gift cards bought by the suspect and discovered they were used in Raleigh to purchase money orders. Detectives then tracked the money orders to Fritz St. Louis Jr. Mr. St. Louis was identified from photographs at Walmart and Food Lion where another fraudulent purchase was made.
 
The whereabouts of Mr. St. Louis were unknown until Detectives recently received a phone call from the St. Charles County Missouri Sheriff’s Office. Detectives in Missouri reported that they had chased B&E suspects from a local park. After catching the suspects, they identified Mr. St Louis as one of the offenders and Torian Fields as the other.
Using forensic technology authorized by a search warrant, Detectives found evidence leading back to the Alamance County incident from August 4, 2022. Mr. St. Louis was later arrested in Wake County and is currently incarcerated there. Mr. Fields has not yet been arrested.
 
Fritz St. Louis, Jr.
Charges: 1ct: Felony Break or Enter a Motor Vehicle
4cts: Felony Financial Card Theft
1ct: Felony Identity Theft
1ct: Felony Obtain Property by False Pretense
1ct: Misdemeanor Injury to Personal Property
 
Mr. St Louis’ co-conspirator, Torian Fields, also from Raleigh, N.C., has not yet been arrested.
These individuals are most likely associated with the Felony Lane Gang which has been targeting vehicles in parks across the country.
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Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle
October 28, 2022

Alamance County Sheriff's Office
Stolen Vehicle Recovered After Routine Traffic Stop, County Woman Arrested
Posted on October 28, 2022| By byrontucker | In Uncategorized
 
On Wednesday afternoon October 26, 2022, Deputies conducted a routine traffic stop on a black Honda Civic in the 3500blk of S NC 87 south of Graham, N.C. The driver, identified as Merandi Rogers, was observed making an unsafe movement.
 
During the traffic stop, Deputies discovered the vehicle was stolen out of Guilford county. Ms. Rogers was arrested and transported to Alamance County Detention Center.
 
Name: Merandi Shea Rogers
Charge: Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle
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Shooting at Cracker Barrel,
October 25, 2022

Burlington Police Department
Shooting
 
On Tuesday, October 25, 2022, around 2:30 pm, Burlington police officers responded to Cracker Barrel, 850 Huffman Mill Road, in response to a caller hearing multiple gunshots.
 
At the scene, a male gunshot victim was found in the parking lot. Officers were able to determine that a male and female had arrived together and had a dispute in the parking lot, ending in gunshots. The female suspect was detained, and the suspected weapon was seized. The male victim was transported to the hospital to treat multiple, non-life-threatening, gunshot wounds.
 
Both the male and female are not residents of Burlington, NC. North Carolina State Highway Patrol, Burlington Fire Department, and Alamance County EMS also responded. The investigation is currently ongoing.
 
The Burlington Police Department is seeking anyone with additional information about this investigation. Please contact the Burlington Police Department at (336) 229-3500. For anonymous methods, call Alamance County-Wide Crimestoppers at (336) 229-7100 or use the mobile app, P3 Tips. Tips provided through Crimestoppers may be eligible for cash rewards
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