Alamance Crime

Crime, law and justice, and police blotter near Alamance, NC or anywhere in the US.

Recent Crime News

  • Authorities: Alamance babysitter arrested in Delawar...

    Yesterday | via Burlington Times News 

    Tanielu Max Buskirk-Farley, 23, of 45 Milbourn Manor Drive, Camden Wyoming, Del., was charged with two counts of statutory rape of a child 15 years or younger, two counts of statutory sex offense with a child 15 years or younger, two counts of statutory sex offense with a child and nine counts of indecent liberties with a child. The investigation began in May after the Alamance County Department of Social Services notified the Alamance County Sheriff's Office of a possible sex abuse case.

    Comment?

    Related Topix: Alamance, NC, Alamance County, NC

  • Burlington police shooting leads to Alamance 911 review

    Tuesday Oct 2 | via Burlington Times News 

    GRAHAM - The Alamance County Board of Commissioners on Monday, Oct. 1, heard a review of the police shooting death of a mentally ill man wielding a machete in July, prompting a review of the Alamance County 911 Emergency Communications Center. “We took a hard look at what happened with the Dorsett Street call, we've identified things to work on and we've started that process now,” said County Manager Bryan Hagood at the commissioners meeting.

    Comment?

    Related Topix: Alamance County, NC, Burlington, NC, Alamance, NC, Graham, NC

  • Autopsy: Alamance deputies shot man 15 times in May ...

    Sep 5, 2018 | via Burlington Times News 

    The N.C. Medical Examiner has released the autopsy results on Billy Carson Pike Jr., whom three Alamance County deputies shot and killed in May. The autopsy revealed that Pike, 49, of 8036 Oak Grove Church Road was shot 15 times: twice in the neck and torso, twice in the right shoulder and torso, three times in the torso, three times in the left arm, once in the left hip, twice in the left leg, plus two shots that grazed his chin and right index finger. There were also numerous fragment wounds, including wounds in the left upper back, left chest, left upper side of the neck and left biceps.

    Comment?

    Related Topix: Violent Crime, Alamance, NC, Alamance County, NC, Law, Criminal Defense Law