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On Sunday, Sept. 1, the Kinston Police Department started a special fundraiser to replace two dogs who have retired after years of service to our community. The K-9 Matching Gift Project is a fundraiser working with the National Association Chiefs of Police, and the Association will match donations dollar for dollar up to $5,000.
Kinston Police are looking for a missing person named Quentin Earl Moore. Moore is known to frequent the City of Kinston and other areas in Lenoir County. Moore was last known to be driving a 1995 Buick Roadmaster that is burgundy in color.
According to a statement by the Kinston Police Department, at 12:45 pm today, KPD, Kinston Fire & Rescue, and Lenoir County EMS responded to a motor vehicle crash on the 3700 block of W. Vernon Ave. involving a car and motorcycle.
Anthony Hicks and Alawisha Fields were arrested today by members of the Kinston Police Department and United States Marshals Violent Fugitive Task Force.
The Kinston Police Department is hoping to raise $5,000.
There was a ceremony at the Kinston Community Center to celebrate the career of outgoing Kinston Police Department Chief Alonzo Jaynes.
Kinston took part in National Night Out Tuesday, with the community enjoying fun and games, and different branches of law enforcement having the ability to spend time with residents in a friendly manner.
View the 90-plus images of the annual National Night Out as seen through the camera lens of Neuse News Photographer Bud Hardy.
The Kinston Police Department is looking for a suspect who robbed a man for cash early Friday morning.
The U.S. 70 East corridor was busy Tuesday afternoon after an explosion and a report of an armed man.
After flipping his car into a ditch on Friday evening, a driver ran from the scene of the accident, leading to a manhunt.
Teens got to enjoy ice cream and hear from a retired deputy police chief about safe interaction with law enforcement.
Kinston City Manager Tony Sears verified with Neuse News that Kinston Police Chief Alonzo Jaynes is retiring. Jaynes recently informed his department of the soon-coming departure.
A person on the shooting scene immediately identified himself as the shooter and surrendered to officers.
A 58-year-old man was discovered unconscious and bleeding this morning and later declared dead at the scene.