Police News

Gas leak along Rogers Road 

UPDATE: Officials say Rogers Road between Heritage Lake Road and Marshall Farm Street will reopen by 6 pm. Emergency personnel are on the scene of a ruptured gas line in the vicinity of the intersection of Rogers Road and Thompson Glenn... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 03/22/2018

Tuesday’s bomb threat targeted wrong school 

The Wake Forest Police Department has determined yesterday’s bomb threat against Heritage Middle School, 3400 Rogers Road, was made by an individual outside the United States, who intended to call another school in another state. Wake Forest... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 03/21/2018

Police requesting public’s assistance regarding school threat 

Wake Forest Police are asking for the public’s help identifying the person responsible for today’s bomb scare at Heritage Middle School, 3400 Rogers Road. At approximately 8:30 a.m. today, the school received a call from an unknown person who... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 03/20/2018

Traffic Alert - Rogers Road 

Drivers should expect delays in the vicinity of Heritage Middle School, 3400 Rogers Road, for the next several hours. Due to the police activity in the area, motorists are urged to avoid the area and choose another route if possible. read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 03/20/2018

Police investigating threat at local school 

UPDATE: The Wake Forest Police Department continues to investigate a threat against Heritage Middle School. In the meantime, the school is taking extra precautions for students being picked up today either early or from regular... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 03/20/2018

Traffic Alert - Stadium Drive 

Drivers should expect periodic delays along Stadium Drive Monday, March 19, through Saturday, March 24, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. each day. Fred Smith Co., a private contractor working on behalf of the Town of Wake Forest, will periodically reduce to... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 03/19/2018

Early morning work scheduled Friday at future car dealership 

Beginning Friday, March 16, at approximately 6 a.m., Choate Construction, a contractor working at the site of the future Capital Chevrolet, 9820 Capital Blvd., will begin pouring concrete for the building foundation. Residents who live in the... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 03/15/2018

Wintry weather postpones start of “Carnival for the Kids” until Wednesday 

Due to wintry weather and out of concern for public safety, the Wake Forest Police Department’s “Carnival for the Kids” will begin Wednesday, March 14, instead of today as originally scheduled. The event will continue through Sunday, March 18, in... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 03/13/2018

“Carnival for the Kids” starts Tuesday, continues through Sunday 

The Wake Forest Police Department will host the annual “Carnival for the Kids” Tuesday, March 13, through Sunday, March 18, in the parking lot of the Wake Forest Home Depot, 11915 Retail Dr. The Carnival for the Kids promises fun and... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 03/12/2018

Police Department reminds residents of Drug Drop-Off Box 

The Wake Forest Police Department recently marked the third anniversary of the installation of the drug collection unit or drop-off box at the Brooks Street Substation, 221 S. Brooks St. The police department received the free drop-off unit in... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 03/12/2018
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