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Local Man Arrested After Threatening Police in Social Media Video

Local Man Arrested After Threatening Police in Social Media Video

Crime
ASHEBORO N.C. —  A local man was arrested last week after threating police in a live video posted to social media led to an investigation. On March 26th, 2024, the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office responded to an assault in progress on U.S. Hwy 64 East in Ramseur. According to a press release, deputies encountered Dominick Lynn Sloan, who threatened to harm law enforcement with a weapon as they were returning to their vehicles, while livestreaming on social media. Dominick Lynn Sloan Investigators were also able to obtain a search warrant for the property due to a protective order issued earlier in March which prevented Sloan from possessing firearms and ammunition. After completing the investigation and leaving the scene, deputies obtained a copy of that social media ...
Ulah Fire Dept Premiers First Video

Ulah Fire Dept Premiers First Video

Breaking News
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkyiHvbD25Q The video is now live, if you missed the live stream leading up to the premier you can watch it here ASHEBORO N.C. - The Ulah Vol. Fire Department will be going live on Facebook in a few hours ahead of premiering its first YouTube video tonight at 7 p.m. This month the Ulah Vol. Fire Department began posting short videos on its Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok social media accounts. Those videos, which the department says they plan to continue in the future, are a mix of humor, engagement, and information. On February 9th, 2024, the Ulah Vol Fire Department announced on Facebook that they would be premiering their first YouTube video Tonight, Friday February 16th, 2024, releasing the following teaser. The video tonight, descr...
Fish Falls From Sky, Hits Truck Windshield In Randleman (Video)

Fish Falls From Sky, Hits Truck Windshield In Randleman (Video)

Local
Screenshot of video posted by Ward Transport on Twitter RANDLEMAN NC- Ward Transport, a trucking company with an office in Charlotte probably had a very strange conversation with their insurance company last week after a fish fell from the sky and smashed into the windshield of one of their trucks. On the afternoon of April 14th, Barry Poff, who has 34 years and more than 3 million miles under his belt had just finished a delivery in Randleman and was heading South on I-73/74 to his next delivery. As he crossed the Randleman Lake bridge a bird flew in front of the truck and dropped a rather large fish which smacked right into the truck's windshield. "I saw the bird carrying the fish and thought wow that's neat, and just then the fish hit the windshield. Said Poff. "It just happen...