Wilson's Mills Police Department

  • Agency: Wilson's Mills Police Department
  • Address: 100 Railroad St, Wilson's Mills, 27593 NC
  • Chief: Roy Aycock (Chief of Police)

Wilson's Mills Police Department is located at 100 Railroad St, Wilson's Mills, 27593 NC. The Chief of Police of the department is Roy Aycock. The Wilson's Mills Police Department phone number is 919-938-3885.

Wilson's Mills Police Department News

Chief Bobby Langston, Rest in Peace, my Brother.

Disposition of Unclaimed Property: The Wilson’s Mills Police Department has in its physical possession the following unclaimed personal property. If you have any interest in any of this unclaimed property, you must file a claim with the Wilson’s Mills Police Department within 30 days from the date of publication of this notice, or you will lose interest in that property. A sufficient description of the property must be present to establish, with reasonable certainty, that the person claiming the property is the owner. The Wilson’s Mills Police Department has a duty to protect property and return it to the rightful owner, so you will need to provide proof of ownership for any item you claim. This must include a detailed description of the item, purchase receipts with detailed descriptions, or photographs documenting the item. If you believe an item may belong to you, send an e-mail to dhilliard@wilsonsmillsnc.org or a letter to: D. Hilliard, Evidence Technician; Wilson’s Mills Police Department; 100 Railroad Street; Wilson’s Mills, NC 27593. Unclaimed Property: Black Large Frame BB Gun Rifle, Cardone .223 Rifle, Marlin 30-30 Semi-Automatic Handgun, Smith & Wesson Semi-Automatic Handguns, Hi-Point Semi-Automatic Handguns, Lorcin Semi-Automatic Handguns, Ruger Shotgun Shotgun, Maverick Shotgun, Remington 870 Shotgun, Stevens Magazines and ammunition for some of the above weapons Assorted pieces of fake gold jewelry Wooden Closet Rod White tee shirt and hoodie Sunglasses with case SOG Knife Set of keys, tags Sanyo DVD Player Rum Bottle Olympus Memory Card Hammer GPX DVD Player AM/FM/CD/Cassette Radio Garage Door Opener eMachine computer, monitor, keyboard DVDs Disposable lighter Desktop lamp Container of Daisy BB's Compact Disk clear bottle of brandy Bowie style knife Kitchen Knife Book Bags Bass 3 way speaker Bandage (Wrappable) AM/FM/CD player w (4) speakers CD Case Holder Black in color Various Xbox Games TV Antenna Request digital indoor antennae Timberland boots Television Sony PSP Portable Skill 14.4 volt rechargeable drill Rechargeable battery and power cord Nikes lint removal brush Heineken malt beverage bottle Ford Mustang collectible car Canadian Club Whisky Black baseball cap If you have any interest in any of this unclaimed property, you must file a claim with the Wilson’s Mills Police Department within 30 days from the date of publication of this notice, or you will lose interest in that property. A sufficient description of the property must be present to establish, with reasonable certainty, that the person claiming the property is the owner. The Wilson’s Mills Police Department has a duty to protect property and return it to the rightful owner, so you will need to provide proof of ownership for any item you claim. This must include a detailed description of the item, purchase receipts with detailed descriptions, or photographs documenting the item. If you believe an item may belong to you, send an e-mail to dhilliard@wilsonsmillsnc.org or a letter to: D. Hilliard, Evidence Technician; Wilson’s Mills Police Department; 100 Railroad Street; Wilson’s Mills, NC 27593

We'd like to welcome Archie Brock to the Wilson's Mills Police Department. Officer Brock comes to us with 10 years of experience. We're fortunate to have him on our team.

I want to thank Manager Rick Jackson with LEONARD Building and Truck Accessories, in Selma, for donating the dog house for our K9. Their generosity puts us one more step closer to our goal. https://m.facebook.com/Leonard-Buildings-Truck-Accessories-Selma-314757441896438/

We had a Family come up to the PD last Friday. Lt. Owens gave the family a tour and spent time with the youngins explaining all the gadgets in his patrol vehicle. His positive interaction with the community on a regular basis, is invaluable, especially with the current climate and negative views people have toward law enforcement. Lt. Owens is a 25 year veteran that knows law enforcement in and out. He is currently a instructor for JCC's B.L.E.T program and has been for years. Lt Owens is certified or is trained in almost everything. As Chief I don't need to know everything, I just need to surround myself with people who do. I'm so blessed to have Lt. Owens on my team.

Thank you Wilson's Mills Baptist Church for baking us cookies and showing your support!

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Sending prayers for the Munday family and friends.

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