The Sharpsburg Police Department is dedicated to providing quality law enforcement practices. Our Core Values (Loyalty, Integrity, Professionalism, Service and Dedication) will continue to serve as our foundation for providing excellence in police services. As the Town of Sharpsburg grows, we will continue to strengthen our partnership with the community by enhancing the quality of life for all.
We, the members of Sharpsburg Police Department, are committed to the improvement of the quality of life for the Town of Sharpsburg by working in partnership with our citizens. We will strive to maintain safe and secure neighborhoods for all of our citizens and visitors. We will deliver our services with respect and dignity to all stakeholders.
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Sharpsburg Police Department would like to thank Lieutenant Reggie Mitchell of the Wilson County Sheriff' Department, Interim Communication Director Donald Norville of the Tarboro Police Department, Captain Gene Harrell and K-9 Sergeant Jason Dawes of the Edgecombe County Sheriff Department, Lieutenant Lynette Clements and Officer Ronald Macklin Stewart of the Sharpsburg Police Department for participating in our First Citizen Academy.
During the eight weeks, the Citizens of Sharpsburg learn about Crime Prevention, Constitutional Law, Civil Process, Court Procedures, Control Substances, K-9, North Carolina Firearm Law and The First Ten Second.
It was an honor and privilege to teach the Citizens of our Community to be pro-active instead of reactive. The Sharpsburg Citizens participation was a success.
Thank you to the Citizens of Sharpsburg. We are looking forward to our next Citizens Academy Classes in the Fall.
Captain M. Hilliard
On May 19, 2016, at 0309 Hrs. Officer James Hinson was notified by Nash Communication advising of a female caller who boyfriend had rammed into her vehicle at the L & L Convenient Store near Highway 301 North in Sharpsburg, NC. Upon arrival, Officer Hinson noticed a female pointing in the direction of a vehicle leaving the scene of an accident. Officer Hinson activated his blue lights, siren and gave chase. The subject began to drive at a very high rate of speed recklessly on Highway 301 toward the City of Rocky Mount. The chase continued until the driver of the vehicle lost control of the vehicle. The subject was Involved in an accident. The subject was not injured and he refused medical treatment. Once the subject was secured, Officer Hinson was able to identify the subject as Terence Carter. Mr. Carter was charged with Reckless Driving to Endanger, Driving with License Revoked Impaired, Habitual Impaired Driving and Flee/Elude Arrest. Mr. Carter was transported to Nash County Magistrate Office where he received a 5,000.00 secured bond.