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Deputies: Lincolnton man under $500,000 bond for sex-related incident with teen

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  JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer A 26-year-old Lincoln County man engaged in sex-related behavior with a teen girl from November through March, the Sheriff’s Office said. Deputies arrested Anthony Alexander Gonzalez Solorzano, 26, of 2024 Poarch Rd. in Lincolnton, on Friday in the case. Detective Dan Renn is credited with the…

Lincoln County teen sisters fled home Tuesday, still missing

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Deputies said two Lincoln County sisters have been missing from their home since Tuesday. Mahagony Smith, 17, and sister Aniya Symone Mickey-Weeks, 14, ran away from their McCorkle Road residence, the Sheriff’s Office said. A godmother last saw the teens after deputies said she took them…

Firefighters rescued Lincoln County residents from flood waters during Friday storm

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Winds, rain and intense lightning pounded Lincoln County Friday evening, with residents on the eastern end experiencing the bulk of the area’s rising water levels. The county’s Communications Center said a majority of the storm’s flooding took place along N.C. 16 and N.C. 73 in Denver. Firefighters…

Deputies find 30 one-pot meth labs

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LCSO nabs multiple drug suspects in two days of action JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Narcotics investigators were busy this week taking down alleged drug dealers who they said were harboring marijuana, methamphetamine labs and the methamphetamine precursors. The arrests stemmed from three separate incidents, according to the Sheriff’s Office. Investigators…

Three juveniles admit to setting massive mill fire

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Police said three juveniles admitted to accidentally setting an abandoned Lincolnton mill on fire earlier this month. The individuals were initially fearful of talking to detectives about what had happened, an agency press release said. The juveniles, two of whom live in Catawba County and a…

New ‘Tag and Tax’ program delayed

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer Implementation of the state’s new “Tag and Tax” program, previously scheduled to roll out Monday, has been delayed until Sept. 1. The new system, which allows people to purchase vehicle tags while paying tax at the same time, was initially supposed to begin with registered-vehicle renewals…

Relatives fight to recover child from DSS

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Relatives of one local three-year-old girl are fighting to regain custody of her after they said officials with Catawba County Department of Social Services wrongfully removed the child from their home earlier this month. DSS placed Jocelyn “Josie” Jackson in foster care just one day after…

Religious event set for Sunday

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Lincoln County will be among thousands of locations across the country Sunday hosting community-based initiatives focused on prayer and repentance. The efforts will be part of a nationwide event called “Call 2 Fall,” sponsored by the Family Research Council (FRC) in Washington, D.C. Organizers have asked…

Saine’s IT bill signed by McCrory

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer One of the 28 bills signed into law by Gov. Pat McCrory on Wednesday included a measure headed up by N.C. Rep. Jason Saine, R-Lincoln, and designed to implement changes in the governance of the state’s information technology. HB 390, of which Saine was the primary…

Cardinals win high-scoring game over Gastonia

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Staff report The Lincoln County Cardinals took a 14-10 victory over Gastonia Post 23 in Area IV Eastern Division play on Tuesday. The Cardinals tied Gastonia in the top of the seventh on a two-out, two-RBI triple to centerfield by Clay Hodges and pulled ahead in the final two innings…

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