Ahoskie Police Department

  • Agency: Ahoskie Police Department
  • Address: 705 W Main St, Ahoskie, 27910 NC
  • Chief:
Phone: 252-332-5011
Fax: 252-332-7694

Ahoskie Police Department is located at 705 W Main St, Ahoskie, 27910 NC. The Ahoskie Police Department phone number is 252-332-5011.

Ahoskie Police Department News

On the 18th of March 2018, the Ahoskie Police Department received a report of a missing person. Mr. Percell Porter was last seen at around 9:30pm. at the local Bojangles Resturant in Ahoskie. Mr. Porter is last seen wearing blue jeans, black collar shirt, black coat, and blue in color ball cap. Mr. Porter is last seen operating a 2009 white Honda Accord with North Carolina licenses plate YNM-3148. Mr. Porter reportably suffers from medical conditions which require medication that he does not have with him. If you see or locate Mr. Porter please contact the Ahoskie Police Department at 252-332-5011. PLEASE SHARE!

On March 14, 2018 at 10:00 pm. Sergeant M. Kellett and Officer B. Fletcher received information that a person who was wanted by the Bertie County Sheriff's Office was staying in room 256 of the Tomohawk Motel in Ahoskie. The two officers went to this motel room and located the wanted person, Mr. Adrian Jones of Colerain, North Carolina. After placing Mr. Jones under arrest, it was discovered that he was in possession of marijuana, cocain, and a stolen handgun. Adrian Jones was charged with Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Cocain, Possession of a Stolen Firearm, and Possession of a Stolen Firearm by a Convicted Felon, and placed in the Hertford County Detention Center under a $12,000 secured bond. We would like to congradulate Sergeant Kellett and Officer Fletcher for a job well done. Not only did they remove drugs off our streets, but they also removed a gun from a convicted criminal that can not use it against our citizens or our officers.

Over the last month Ace Hardware has been broken into four times where the suspect had stolen several items from the store. Through surveilence, the Ahoskie Police Department was able to catch George Washington breaking into the business once more. Sergeant Rose Mizelle was able to chase Mr. Washington into the wodded area behind Ace Hardware. After being identified through surveillence, George Washington was arrested at his residence and charged with three counts of Felony Breaking and Entering, and three counts of Felony Larceny by Lieutenant Jeremy Roberts, and Detective Justin Farmer.

Here is the most recent forcast that we have for the up-coming snow storm. We would like to encourage people to please stay off the roads unless there is a emergency and you have no other choice. Also, the Ahoskie Police Officers will be out answering calls, but remember that their response times may be longer due to weather and call volume. If conditions progress badly, you may see officers driving our Emergency Humvees. http://wavy.com/blog/2018/01/03/blog-getting-ready-for-the-snow/

The Town of Ahoskie Annual Christmas Parade scheduled for Saturday has been cancelled due to weather. The parade will be rescheduled for next Saturday at 10am.

On October 7, 2017 at approximately 18:56 hours, Sergeant Kellett and Officer Westbrook responded to a shooting at 302 Creekside Court in Ahoskie. Upon arrival, the information received was that one man discharged a shotgun at his brother and the victim has serious injuries. The suspect, McCoy Lee Dickerson, discharged a shotgun at his brother King Dickerson Jr. which resulted in King Dickerson needing immediate medical attention. McCoy Dickerson was arrested and charged by Lt. Jeremy Roberts for Attempted First Degree Murder, Assault With a Deadly Weapon With the Intent to Kill, and Felony Maiming. McCoy Dickerson was placed in the Hertford County Jail under a $750,000 secured bond. Chief Fitzhugh commended his officers for their proffessionalism and fast action to save a life and to secure the suspect while on scene.

Welcome to the Ahoskie Police Department's Official Facebook page. We hope to share with the public news and information regarding law enforcement services here in Ahoskie, North Carolina. We welcome comments and community feedback. However, please keep in mind people of all ages view our page. Please do not use profanity. We reserve the right to remove and comments found to be inappropriate or offensive. Please alo note that this Facebook page is not monitored on a 24/7 basis and any emergency's need to be reported by calling 911.