Cleveland County Sheriff's Office - Shelby

  • Agency: Cleveland County Sheriff's Office - Shelby
  • Address: 100 Justice Pl, Shelby, 28150 NC
  • Chief:
Phone: 704-484-4888

Cleveland County Sheriff's Office - Shelby is located at 100 Justice Pl, Shelby, 28150 NC. The Cleveland County Sheriff's Office - Shelby phone number is 704-484-4888.

Cleveland County Sheriff's Office - Shelby News

Happy Birthday to Detention Administrative Assistant Annie Jackson. We appreciate the work you do.

Press Release Info On Tuesday, April 10, 2018, at approximately 5:30 AM, Cleveland County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a reported shooting at 207 Darth Maul Drive, Grover. Qunale Connealis Rondo, 27, Gastonia, was shot in the stomach when a fight broke out between him and another man during a card game. He was transported by ambulance to Atrium-Cleveland Medical Center, where he underwent surgery for an apparent non-life-threatening gunshot wound. According to witnesses, Mr. Rondo was visiting his cousin, who lives at this residence. A group of acquaintances were playing cards inside the residence (at 5:30 AM) when a fight erupted between the victim and another card player, Raheim Huskey, who had just recently arrived. During that fight, Huskey shot Mr. Rondo in the stomach and fled the scene. It appears robbery may have been the motive for the shooting, as an item was taken from the victim during the incident. Detectives have charged Raheim Lamar Huskey, 23, 417 Hobbs Avenue, Shelby, with the shooting of Mr. Rondo. He faces charges of Attempted Murder, Assault with a Deadly Weapon Inflicting Serious Injury, and Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon. Mr. Huskey was just arrested on April 4th, by Shelby Police Department, for Possession of a Stolen Firearm, Possession with Intent to Manufacture / Sell / Deliver Cocaine and PWIMSD Marijuana. This incident remains under investigation by Cleveland County Sheriff’s detectives. Anyone with information about this incident, or the whereabouts of Raheim Huskey, is asked to contact Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office at 704-484-4822 Sheriff Alan Norman said, “This is yet another example of an incident where the victim absolutely and completely refused to assist us in bringing to justice the person that shot him. Despite that, through investigative tenacity, my detectives have identified the shooter, charged him with several serious felony crimes, and are actively seeking him out. Mr. Huskey is an individual who is no stranger to the criminal justice system. I would like our citizens to contemplate why a victim would not assist us in every way possible when someone had just tried to kill him.”

"Operation Weedkiller" Narcotics Arrest & Seizure

I want to give a big pat on the back to the narcotics and CIT teams for a great job that they just recently completed. 11 months ago, these employees had 60 drug dealers to arrest, but due to overcrowding of the jail it was agreed upon that 5 drug dealers be arrested each week until all 60 were arrested. Several weeks into the operation, intel was gathered on other drug dealers as arrests were made. This 11 week operation spun off into an 11 month operation that resulted into 340 persons being arrested. Total charges were 715 and $242,590 worth of drugs taken off the streets. This has also assisted in driving down the overall crime rate in the county (example, breaking and entering, vehicle theft, etc.). I know there will be people that will criticize the Sheriff's Office on the job that we are doing and I understand their frustration, my words to them will be to supply us with any information that you may have on criminal violations. To the criminal element that has not yet been caught, your day could come shortly. Lastly, to the men and women I work with and risk their lives daily, I cannot tell you enough...JOB WELL DONE!

Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office Official Media Release March 31, 2018 At approximately 2:15 this morning, Cleveland County Sheriff’s deputies were notified of a shooting incident that appears to have occurred on US 74 near Kings Mountain. In all, four people were reportedly shot during what appears to be a running gun battle between the occupants of two separate vehicles as they traveled west on US 74. One of the vehicles came to rest in the east-bound lane of US 74, while the other vehicle allegedly involved fled the scene. The vehicle that wrecked appears to have contained three of the victims. Two of them were taken to Gaston Hospital, while a third apparently fled the scene, but later went to CMC-Cleveland for treatment. A fourth victim was apparently an occupant of the vehicle that fled the scene. He was dropped off at CMC-Cleveland by acquaintances who quickly left. While the investigation is in its early stages, there do not appear to be life-threatening injuries to anyone involved. One subject was transferred to CMC-Charlotte for treatment of a gunshot wound to the hand. The victims are all males in their mid-to-late 20s. No further information about the victims is being released at this time. Sheriff Alan Norman said, “At this time, the case is being actively investigated by Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division despite a lack of cooperation from all the known victims, suspects, and witnesses. This is such as incredibly stupid incident with so much potential danger to innocent people. I can’t imagine what would cause people to engage in this type of behavior.” No further information is available at this time. Updates will be provided as available.

NRA Law Enforcement Division Tactical Police Competition held March 24th, 2018 2 Man Teams: Team 1 - Lt. Newcomb and Lt. Hutchins Team 2 - Deputy Hinson and Deputy Shumate The Sheriffs Office had 2 teams participating in the event. Team 1 (Newcomb & Hutchins) finished 2nd over all in teams and Team 2 (Hinson & Shumate) finished 7th overall in teams. Also, Lt. Hutchins finsihed 1st in local Sheriffs Office independant competition.

Sheriff’s Office members representing the Cleveland County basketball squad.

These wonderful people from Beaver Dam Baptist Church provided lunch for the Sheriff’s Office today. The food is always delicious and greatly appreciated! Thank You!!!

The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance in identifying a suspect in these pictures. This subject is a suspect in a larceny and fraud investigation. He could be from the Fallston area. If you know who this individual is, please contact Detective Shaffer at 704-476-3081. Thank you.

Sheriff Norman would like to congratulate the March 2018 Honorees of the Shelby Star's "Do The Right Thing Program", for their very positive actions. Pictured from Left to Right: Chloe Thongsmouth - Bethware Elementary School Megan Carley - Kings Mountain Middle School Cam'Ron Sweezy - Burns High School

CCSO 2018 Citizens Academy Graduation. We've enjoyed having each and every person in our citizens academy. It's been a great experience for both the teachers and citizens! We look forward to having another academy in the future.

Congratulations to these officers for successfully completing the Detention Officers Certification Course. You are now certified, great job.

Members of the CCSO 2018 Citizen's Academy at the range watching our SERT Team demonstration

Sheriff's Office Stats for February.

Congratulations to Detective Cameron Stroup for being the winner of the NETWORK award for Cleveland Strong. Det. Stroup was the winner of three finalists for his accomplishment of networking with various agencies (local, state and federal). This collaborative effort led to the arrest of several members of the United Blood Nation gang members in North Carolina.

Congratulations to the Sheriff Office members who was recognized for their years of service. The years ranges from 5 to 25 years

K-9 Team's Success: Boy Found Safe!

If you have a situation that you feel needs immediate attention, please call 911. Last night we received numerous emails and post to our page concerning a post going around on Facebook. Luckily someone who monitors the page was able to see them. This page is Not monitored 24 hours a day. We have three people who monitor it and it’s possible due to vacation, sickness, or other unforeseen situations this page may not be monitored for a day or two. So please if you have information you think is critical call 911 or our non emergency line at 704 484 4822. Both these numbers have someone who will answer 24/7. Thank you.

Shelby Police is aware of the threatening post concerning Shelby High School. They are investigating it now. We appreciate all the notifications. It is being looked into.

Sheriff Alan Norman filing for re-election.