Fort Bragg Crime
Crime, law and justice, and police blotter near Fort Bragg, NC or anywhere in the US.
Recent Crime News
Thursday Aug 14 | via WLOS
The former high school football teammates of a soldier killed in Afghanistan are remembering the Florida Panhandle native as a talented athlete who was willing to die for his country. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 13 | via WLOS
Military officials say 35-year-old Sgt. 1st Class Samuel C. Hairston of Houston, Texas died Tuesday in Ghazni of injuries sustained when his unit encountered enemy small-arms fire. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 5 | via Jacksonville Daily News
Bruton was arrested Friday and faces felony first-degree murder charges in the shooting death of 21-year-old Spc. Comment?
Friday Aug 1 | via WECT-TV Wilmington
Police made an arrest in the murder of a Fort Bragg soldier who was found shot to death at the Lake in the Pines apartment complex in Fayetteville on Wednesday. Comment?
Friday Aug 1 | via Examiner.com
Active-duty Soldiers from Fort Hood and Fort Bragg have died in unrelated shooting incidences, on opposite sides of the country, this week. Comment?
Friday Aug 1 | via WRAL.com
Spc. Justin Moore, 20, also a Fort Bragg soldier, was killed in the parking lot of his home at Lake in the Pines Apartments on Tamarack Drive around 11:45 a.m. Spc. Comment?
Friday Aug 1 | via News Observer
The Fayetteville Police Department told ABC11 on Friday it has charged a 20-year-old woman with fatally shooting Fort Bragg soldier Justin Moore, 21, in the parking lot at the Lake in the Pines apartment complex on Tamarack Drive on Wednesday. Comment?
Thursday Jul 31 | via WRAL.com
Officers responding to Lake in the Pines Apartments on Tamarack Drive at about 11:45 a.m. found Moore lying in the parking lot. Comment?
Thursday Jul 31 | via News Observer
Fayetteville Police said 21-year-old Justin Moore, a soldier based at Fort Bragg, was shot in the parking lot at the Lake in the Pines apartment complex, ABC11 reports. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 29 | via Examiner.com
Army Captain Patrick Knight, a Fort Bragg paratrooper, was severely beaten Friday evening when he and his girlfriend interrupted a burglary at their home in Fayetteville, N.C. The house was under renovation due to a recent fire; it's likely the burglars thought the house was vacant. Comment?
Monday Jul 28 | via WRAL.com
Capt. Patrick Knight, 26, went to 523 Vista Drive Friday evening to collect personal belongings from the home, which is under construction after a recent fire. Comment?
Saturday Jul 26 | via Stars and Stripes
A single, fraudulent document was likely what allowed a large cache of military explosives to go missing from the 7th Special Forces Group, according to an internal Army report. Comment?
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