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Fayetteville North Carolina Police Station Address: 467 Hay St, Fayetteville, NC 28301, United States


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Traffic Fatality

On Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at approximately 1:10 pm, officers with the Fayetteville Police Department responded to a report of a single vehicle crash along Melrose Road behind Cape Fear Valley Medical Center.

The preliminary investigation revealed that the driver of a utility van was attempting to back along Beaumont Road near the intersection of Melrose Road, when the vehicle began to accelerate and crashed into a parked vehicle and then came to rest in front of 3308 Melrose Road. The driver was immediately transported to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center, where he was pronounced deceased. The identity of the driver is being withheld until his immediate family has been notified.

The vehicle crash is not attributed to the winter weather and may have been the result of a medical issue that the driver experienced moments before the crash. Officers with the FPD’s Traffic Unit are actively investigating the crash and additional information will be released as it becomes available.

Anyone with information regarding the traffic crash is asked to contact Officers with the Fayetteville Police Department’s Traffic Unit at (910) 433-1807 or Crimestoppers at (910) 483-TIPS (8477). Crimestoppers information can also be submitted electronically, by visiting http://fay-nccrimestoppers.org and completing the anonymous online tip sheet, or by downloading the FREE “P3 Tips” app available for Apple devices in the Apple App Store and available for Android devices in Google Play.

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Utilize Caution During Inclement Weather

#FayPD would urge citizens to remain off the roadways in and around the city during the winter weather that is moving into the area. If you must drive, please utilize caution. While the wintery precipitation falls and accumulates, roadway conditions can deteriorate very quickly. FayPD would like to provide citizens with a few safety precautions if you must drive.
• Decrease you speed and allow extra stopping distance
• Allow additional driving time when leaving from home or work
• Proceed with caution on bridges and overpasses that will freeze quickly

If you are involved in a property damage vehicle crash during the winter weather, please exchange information (name, address, telephone number, insurance information and vehicle registration) with the other party involved and notify the 911 Communications Center. Dispatchers are prepared to provide a temporary report number and the crash report can be filed at the Fayetteville Police Department once conditions improve.

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Fayetteville Police Department shared ABC11 WTVD’s live video.7 hours ago

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SNOW UPDATE – Gov. Roy Cooper gives update on wintry weather
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We have our Winter Weather Event Plan in place and we are ready for whatever mother nature brings to the City of Fayetteville.

We’re ready – Are you?

Ensure you have basic food and water supplies on hand. Make sure you have food that you can prepare even if you lose electricity. Remember your pets – Outside may not be safe!

Monitor #FayPD on social media and monitor news networks for rapidly changing weather and road conditions. We will update our social media accounts as needed with important information. It may become unsafe to drive. If or when roadways become treacherous, stay off the roads unless absolutely necessary. Roadways need to remain clear for emergency personnel as well as snow & ice removal vehicles.

#StaySafeFay

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Fayetteville Police Department shared Cumberland County Schools’s post.1 day ago

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Cumberland County Schools will be CLOSED tomorrow ( January 17, 2018)

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FayPD’s Captain Paul and Pastor J. Garner of North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition(NCHRC) trained a group of Sheriff Ennis W. Wright: Cumberland County NC Deputies in the use of Naloxone. Naloxone is used to reverse opiate overdoses. FayPD’s Naloxone program has resulted in 128 overdose reversals since May of 2015. NCHRC donated the Naloxone to Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department and we are happy to partner with them as they begin their own Naloxone program.
#OneAgencyOneCommunityOneFamilyONE

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Suspect Arrested for Human Trafficking

Detectives with the Fayetteville Police Department’s Human Trafficking Unit have charged and arrested a suspect in connection with a human trafficking investigation that began in March of 2017.

Richard Lee Akins Jr. (B/M, 54 years of age), of the 1100 block of Henderson Avenue has been arrested and charged with Felony Promotion of Prostitution and Human Trafficking an Adult Victim.

Akins was arrested on January 12, 2018 and taken to the Cumberland County Detention Center where he received a $10,000 secured bond.