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WPD proposes preemptive police force

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videoCrime in Wilmington is down from 2004 to 2012, but police say there is still a need for an increased force focusing on fighting crime before it happens. Wilmington's police chief proposed a new approach to City Council this morning. Full story...
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Suspect connected to delivery driver murder back in jail

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Marvin White was charged with armed robbery in connection with the murder of Chinese delivery driver Zehn Bo Liu in June. Now police say he's in trouble again. Full story...
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Former FBI agents helping with Pine Valley murder case

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video Sixteen months after a woman was found murdered in her Wilmington home, police still don't have many answers to share about who did it. Full story...
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Crime in NC lowest since 1977; Wilmington also sees drop

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video The North Carolina Department of Justice says crime is down across the state. According to its annual report, violent crimes fell by more than five percent last year, making the crime rate the lowest since 1977. There has also been a decrease in those numbers here in Wilmington. Full story...
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ABC Board helps law enforcement fight crime downtown

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Members of the New Hanover County ABC Board recognized area law enforcement for trying to make downtown Wilmington a safer place. Full story...
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Berger claims WPD lied; Evangelous defends department (INCLUDES BERGER'S EMAIL TO THE CHIEF)

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Wilmington Police Chief Ralph Evangelous is defending his department against accusations from New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger. READ BERGER'S E-MAIL TO EVANGELOUS INSIDE. Full story...
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Police chief refuses to offer more info on Pine Valley murder

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video During a Friday morning news conference at the Wilmington Police Department, WWAY asked Police Chief Ralph Evangelous about the July 4 murder of Carol Ann Johnson in her Pine Valley home. Full story...
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Wilmington Police seize dozens of guns

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video Wilmington Police say they have taken a large number of guns off the streets in the first two weeks of this month. Officers confiscated many of the guns from convicted felons. Full story...
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Wilmington Police Chief sounds off on state budget battle

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Ralph Evangelous visited a day care this morning to read to young children and discuss the value of early childhood education. Evangelous says he supports the More at Four and Smart Start programs, which help at-risk children succeed. Full story...
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City leaders read by example

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Students at Alderman Elementary School in Wilmington got a special treat today. Volunteers including Wilmington's police chief, fire chief and mayor came out today to meet, greet and read with the kids. Full story...
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Police, Sheriff's department reach mutual aid agreement

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There is a new mutual-aid agreement between the New Hanover County Sheriff's office and Wilmington Police. The relationship between the two agency has been strained in recent months. Now Chief Ralph Evangelous and Sheriff Sid Causey have made their first step towards working together. Full story...
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Law enforcement agencies join Sable helicopter program

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As crime numbers go up, so do local law enforcement agencies in their fight against crime. More area departments are joining Chief Ralph Evangelous and the Wilmington Police Department in patrolling from the sky. Full story...
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Feud far from over between WPD and Sheriff's Office

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The feud between New Hanover County Sheriff Sid Causey and Wilmington Police Chief Ralph Evangelous is far from over. A lot of questions are surrounding the announcement of the two departments' break-up, such as, will the public's safety be compromised, will things ever be worked out, will the split cause tax payers money? Full story...
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