152021Jan

County Man In Jail After Ramming Two Deputy’s Patrol Cars

County Man In Jail After Ramming Two Deputy’s Patrol Cars January 13, 2021Graham, NC- On Wednesday January 13, 2021 at approximately 8:20 p.m., Deputies responded to a ‘Check Well Being’ call in the 6500 block of Union Ridge Rd. in northern Alamance County. While attempting to check the status of an individual, James Lee Yancey… County Man In Jail After Ramming Two Deputy’s Patrol Cars

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152021Jan

Three Service Award Recipients From Sheriff’s Office.

Three Service Award Recipients From Sheriff’s Office. Alamance County awarded employees today for their years of service. Congratulations Patrol Lieutenant Christopher ‘Chris’ Lafferty 25 years of service. Lt. Lafferty was unable to attend. Congratulations Animal Control Sergeant W.G. ‘Butch’ Harrison 25 years of service. Congratulations Detention Center Sergeant Brian Porcher 20 years of service. “I… Three Service Award Recipients From Sheriff’s Office.

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142021Jan

County Man In Jail After Ramming Two Deputy’s Patrol Cars

County Man In Jail After Ramming Two Deputy’s Patrol Cars January 13, 2021Graham, NC- On Wednesday January 13, 2021 at approximately 8:20 p.m., Deputies responded to a ‘Check Well Being’ call in the 6500 block of Union Ridge Rd. in northern Alamance County. While attempting to check the status of an individual, James Lee Yancey… County Man In Jail After Ramming Two Deputy’s Patrol Cars

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292020Dec

Alamance County Sheriff’s Office and ACT Partner for Inmate Christmas Program

The Alamance County Sheriff’s Office and Actively Changing Together (ACT) have partnered to raise money to fund a special Christmas inmate project. Over $4,000 was raised so that each inmate in the Alamance County Detention Center would have money on their accounts to call home for Christmas or buy items from the canteen. Local churches… Alamance County Sheriff’s Office and ACT Partner for Inmate Christmas Program

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222020Dec

Alamance County Sheriff’s Office and ACT Partner for Inmate Christmas Program

The Alamance County Sheriff’s Office will be holding a joint press conference with the nonprofit Actively Changing Together (ACT) on Wednesday, December 23 at 2 p.m. Sheriff Terry Johnson and Mr. Michael Graves, director of ACT, plan to make an announcement regarding a special inmate Christmas program. This is in partnership with local churches and… Alamance County Sheriff’s Office and ACT Partner for Inmate Christmas Program

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182020Dec

ACSO Delivers Christmas

This year the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office sponsored fourteen families that were identified by our school resource officers as needing some extra support this Christmas. Families and all 45 children were given Christmas presents and boxes of food to help make this season a little more special. The Alamance Sheriff’s Office is extremely grateful for… ACSO Delivers Christmas

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142020Dec

ACSO Administrative Offices Closed (Dec. 14-18)

The Alamance County Sheriff’s Office is closed for the remainder of the week (December 14-19) and plans to reopen Monday, December 21 due to positive COVID-19 cases identified in the administrative office.   “For over nine months, my employees have continued to serve the public by providing essential services during this pandemic. Unfortunately, several of… ACSO Administrative Offices Closed (Dec. 14-18)

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