Davidson College graduate Mbye Njie shares how and why he came up the app that aims to keep both drivers and police safe during stops. The smartphone app enables drivers who are pulled over or anyone else to record police actions and read briefs about their rights. With just a couple taps on the phone screen, video begins recording, local defense attorneys are just a speed dial away and an automatic text is sent to up to five pre-determined, trusted contacts. The text will say you've been stopped by police and give your coordinates.
Clayton Jones, prosecuting attorney and Mike Kabakoff, defense attorney took turns addressing the jury on the first day of Tim Crumitie's trial for the 2016 shooting death of Michael Gretsinger and the wounding of Kimberly Cherry, Crumitie's former girlfriend. Both victim's were shot twice in the head.
CMPD Officer Rick Zoerb was homeless when he was younger. Now he’s raised money so that CMPD officers can quickly help out if they encounter families who need groceries, clothes or help with their bills.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Police officer Casey Shue was wounded during an ambush Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018 at police headquarters. Shue was hired in July 2014, and is assigned to the North Tryon Division Crime Reduction Unit. This video shows when she was recognized as officer of the month this past August.