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Memorial service for Joshua Eyer begins at 10 am

May 3. Gov. Roy Cooper will attend services for Joshua Eyer who was killed Monday in the line of duty in east Charlotte. The service will begin at 10 am at First Baptist Church at 301 S. Davidson St. in uptown Charlotte. It will be livestreamed, and a graveside service will follow at Sharon Memorial […]

Procession this morning for William ‘Alden’ Elliott, officer killed in Monday’s shooting

May 2. A procession for slain NC Department of Adult Correction officer William Alden Elliott will travel from Charlotte to Newton later this morning. He died in Monday’s shooting in East Charlotte where four law enforcement officers were killed. Elliott was a 14-year officer helping serve a warrant on a man who fired more than […]

Memorial service for CMPD officer Joshua Eyer is Friday

May 1. The memorial service Friday for slain Charlotte Mecklenburg Police officer Joshua Eyer will be live-streamed. Eyer, 31, was one of four law enforcement officers killed Monday after being shot during a U.S. Marshal Taskforce serving a warrant on a felon for possession of a firearm at an east Charlotte home. A processional march […]

Davidson police chief addresses tragedy in Charlotte

May 1. [Letter] It is with heavy hearts that we address you today following the tragic incident that occurred in the City of Charlotte yesterday, Monday, April 29. A deeply saddening event unfolded when an armed suspect opened fire on law enforcement officers, resulting in the shooting of eight officers from both the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police […]

Rep. Adams addresses tragedy in Charlotte

April 30. US Rep. Alma S. Adams released this statement regarding the tragedy in Charlotte yesterday: “Yesterday, our community witnessed a glaring example of the courage and bravery that our men and women in uniform, our first responders, and our medical professionals exhibit every day. “Three members of the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force and […]

GoFundMe account established for slain officers

April 30. A GoFundMe account has been established by Back The Blue NC for the families of the four law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty yesterday after a routine warrant service went wrong. “Today, we lost some heroes who were just simply trying to keep our community safe,” Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Chief Johnny […]