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Greensboro North Carolina Police Station Address: 2602 S Elm-Eugene St, Greensboro, NC 27406, United States


3 hours ago
We’ve assisted nearly 100 motorists since 5 am today. We like you, but would prefer to meet under more pleasant conditions. Please stay off the roads.

5 hours ago
The National Weather Service forecasts 6-8 inches of snow in Guilford County. It should begin to taper off between 5-7pm and exit our area by 9pm. Overnight temperatures will drop and wind chill temperatures are expected to be in the single digits. Stay off the roads, PLEASE!!

9 hours ago
The City of Greensboro will be closed Wednesday, January 17 due to inclement weather. Residents can visit https://t.co/cKE6bTQobF for updated closures or delays in the coming days.

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Greensboro Police Department28 ago

Drug Tips Lead to Eleven Arrests Following Early Morning Multi-Agency Search Warrant Service

GREENSBORO, NC (Jan. 17, 2018) – Residents’ concerns about possible drug activity spurred a six-month investigation that culminated in five law enforcement agencies executing search warrants early this morning at five houses along the Martin Luther King, Jr. corridor. As a result, eleven people were taken into custody, and are now charged with multiple drug and weapons-related offenses.
In mid-August of 2017, vice/narcotics detectives with the Greensboro Police Department were alerted by concerned citizens of possible drug activity on the 600-bock of Julian St. Early into the investigation, detectives established a link between a number of the properties. After conducting surveillance on the homes and obtaining additional evidence through several investigative techniques, detectives applied for five separate warrants were later issued by a Superior Court judge in connection with weapons and narcotics and weapons violations.
At approximately 5:15 am today with the assistance of Special Response Teams from nearby law enforcement agencies, search warrants were served at:
1204 Bellevue St. by Greensboro Police Department. Michael Reginal Ferree, 63, is charged with: Trafficking Heroin; Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver Cocaine; Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver Heroin; and, Maintaining a Dwelling for the Use or Sale of a Controlled Substance. Several domestic dogs were found to be neglected and placed in the care of the Guilford County Animal Control. Additionally, inspectors from City Code Enforcement were asked to evaluate the home’s suitability for occupancy.
407 Burtner St. by High Point Police Department. Michael Wayne Harvey, 49, is charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of Marijuana.
612 Julian St. by Guilford County Sheriff’s Office. Evon Lamont Johnson, Jr., 22, is charged with Possession of a Stolen Firearm, and Identity Theft. He was also served with outstanding orders and warrants for arrest.
614 Julian St. by Winston-Salem Police Department. Anton Raschard Bason, 35, is charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; Darnelle Laron Davis, 23, is charged with Possession of Marijuana; Evelyn Zuri Jenkins, 30, is charged with Traffic in Cocaine, Maintaining a Dwelling for the Use or Sale of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of a Stolen Firearm; Nathaline Johnson, 50, is charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; and, Demarcues Shaquan Whitney, 22, is charged with Maintaining a Dwelling for the Use or Sale of a Controlled Substance, Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver Cocaine, Possession of a Stolen Firearm, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. One domestic dog was found to be neglected and placed in the care of the Guilford County Animal Control. Additionally, inspectors from City Code Enforcement were asked to evaluate the home’s suitability for occupancy.
1311 Pearson St. by Alamance County Sheriff’s Office. James Edward Kearse, 63, is charged with Possession of a Firearm by Felon, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; Rontay Douglas Sweringen, 27, is charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of Marijuana; and, Rayfield Williams, Jr., 51, is charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Detectives seized five firearms (two of which were reported stolen), trafficking amounts of cocaine and heroin, and U.S. currency considered to be drug proceeds.
No one was injured during the operation.
The investigation is on-going. Additional charges may be pending.

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Greensboro Police Department3 hours ago

We’ve assisted nearly 100 motorists since 5 am today. We like you, but would prefer to meet under more pleasant conditions. Please stay off the roads.

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Greensboro Police Department3 hours ago

How you doing, Greensboro? We hope you are home, warm, and dry.

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Greensboro Police Department5 hours ago

The National Weather Service forecasts 6-8 inches of snow in Guilford County. It should begin to taper off between 5-7pm and exit our area by 9pm. Overnight temperatures will drop and wind chill temperatures are expected to be in the single digits. Stay off the roads, PLEASE!!

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Greensboro Police Department9 hours ago

The City of Greensboro will be closed Wednesday, January 17 due to inclement weather. Residents can visit www.greensboro-nc.gov/winterclosings for updated closures or delays in the coming days.

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Greensboro Police Department shared Greensboro/Guilford Crime Stoppers, Inc’s post.1 day ago

Commercial Robbery: On 1.16.2018 at 2:07 a.m. – Police responded to the Walgreens on 4701 W. Market Street in reference to a robbery from business. A man armed with a knife entered the business and cut the store clerk before leaving with the entire cash register. The suspect left in a maroon color sedan.

The suspect was described as a white-male with a beard in his late 20’s to early 30’s, slim-build, last seen wearing a green toboggan, a long-sleeve black shirt, camouflage shorts and white sneakers.

If you can identify this person, please call Crime Stoppers at 336-373-1000. All calls to Crime Stoppers are 100% anonymous!

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Greensboro Police Department2 days ago

Commercial Robbery

GREENSBORO, NC (January 16, 2018) – On 1.16.2018 at 2:07 a.m. – Police responded to the Walgreens on 4701 W. Market Street in reference to a robbery from business. A man armed with a knife entered the business and cut the store clerk before leaving with the entire cash register. The suspect left in a maroon color sedan.

The suspect was described as a white-male with a beard in his late 20’s to early 30’s, slim-build, last seen wearing a green toboggan, a long-sleeve black shirt, camouflage shorts and white sneakers.

The investigation is ongoing.