Archive - Aug 26, 2011 - News Article
A Hickory man is dead after a domestic dispute escalated at the Highland School Apartments at 1017 10th Ave. NE.
Police say Marcia Bernice Newman, 45, and Jamie Carlton Odom, 40, both of Hickory, were having a verbal argument at about 9:52 p.m. Thursday inside Odomâ€™s apartment. The argument escalated and police said Odom was stabbed to death.
After responding to the dispute, officers found Odom lying in the doorway with a stab wound to the chest area. Emergency personnel responded and Odom was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police charged Newman with one count of murder.
â€¨The man accused of murdering a Hickory taxicab driver Tuesday night is in the Catawba County Jail with no bond.
â€¨Police charged Camyron Fredrick Johnson, 22, with one count of murder in the death of Adam Williams, a Yellow Cab Company taxi driver who was killed Tuesday night outside a LongHorn Steakhouse off U.S. 70 in Hickory.
Multiple wrecks in Newton left one woman dead and three others injured Friday.
Marie P. Hewitt, of Newton, was killed in a two-car t-bone collision at the intersection of N.C. 16 and Burris Road Friday morning.
Hewitt was heading west on Burris Road and approached a stop sign at the intersection of N.C. 16. Â After pulling away from the stop sign, Hewittâ€™s 1989 Ford Escort was struck on the right side by a 2010 Chrysler mini-van driven by Danny Mosteller, of Hildebran, said Newton Police Maj. Kevin Yarborough.
When the sun sets in the summer, trees chew up light and spit out shadows. It is a phenomenon, for humans, that creates a natural nestling place.
â€¨We seek the shade. Naturally. To â€śsurvive the heat,â€ť as some say.
â€¨On Tuesday, I found myself ambling awkwardly through a gravel parking lot toward a short tree providing enough shade for four strangers. They sat or stood 100 yards from the Salvation Army headquarters in Hickory.
They didnâ€™t look welcoming, but not intimidating either, exchanging laughs and smiles and joking about something or other. Â
Burglars broke into a Conover pharmacy with a bag full of tools, but left with only their wrists wrapped in steel.
â€¨Police arrested two men early Wednesday morning after they broke a window to the Medicap Pharmacy in Conover and were found with a bag full of burglary tools.
The Warlong Glove Building in Conover seamlessly blends the old and new.
Inside, century-old brick and mortar shape around giant, arching windows that replicate glass panes familiar to manufacturing buildings of old.
Upstairs, wood creaks and rolls with the footâ€™s gait, but reinforced support beams below ensure a steady floor. The buildingâ€™s new elevator is only 6 inches from where it shuttled passengers in the early 1930s. Â Â