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Mint Hill is a town in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, on the outskirts of Charlotte, North Carolina and near the Union and Cabarrus County lines. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 14,922. (More Info and Source) Mint Hill Real Estate

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Officials: Tenn. murder suspect arrested in Charlotte

Officials said a man wanted for murder in Tennessee was found and arrested in Charlotte.
 
U.S. marshals arrested Lucky Ross Tuesday near Winged Elm Court.
 
Officials said Ross is wanted in Kingsport, Tennessee, for outstanding warrants.
 
He's now charged with first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder.

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Search warrant reveals details in Davidson woman’s death

Channel 9 uncovered more details surrounding the suspicious death of a Davidson woman.
 
Police said they found Sarah Long dead with a gunshot wound to her head in her home in August.
 
According to police, a man told them he had a romantic relationship with the married woman and she "had cervical cancer and was suicidal."
 
But police said they spoke with Long's doctor and she never had cancer, according to a search warrant.
 
The Mooresville doctor said Long did have abnormal cells on her cervix but the condition was treatable.

 The doctor doubts Long misunderstood the conversation because she'd already been treated for the same issue in the past.
 
The man, who Channel 9 is not naming, told police three weeks prior to Long's death that he received documents stating he was the "primary beneficiary of 100 percent of her assets," amounting to nearly $940,000.
 
A medical examiner has questioned a lack of blood on Long's hand and noted where the gun ended up was in a "odd location."

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Tue, 02 Sep 2014 20:50:02 -0400

Public discusses proposed tobacco ban

Mecklenburg County leaders heard from the public Tuesday night on a proposed ban that could keep smokers from lighting up in parks or even at the bus stops.
 
People lined up during the public hearing to tell Mecklenburg County Commissioners what they think of a proposed smoking ban.
 
Health concerns are what motivated county leaders to consider a ban on all tobacco use at public parks and greenways that would include chewing tobacco and E-cigarettes. The proposal also bans smoking at government buildings and on government grounds, including CATS bus stops and Park-N-Ride lots.
 
Health officials led the initiative after studies show tobacco use and secondhand smoke are the leading causes of preventable deadly illnesses.
 
"These regulations that we can put in place change behavior," said Dr. Brett Brown, a family physician for Novant Health. 
 
Many doctors stood up in support of the ban during the public hearing before the board votes. Parents cried out for better examples to be shown for youth at parks.
 
"It wouldn't be so hypocritical when you go to a park and see people exercise but also see several people smoking," said one parent.
 
However, opponents called the ban a public interference in their private lives.
 
"This board has no right to interfere with the citizens of Mecklenburg," said smoker Tom Kerr. "Nor does it have the right to dictate what life choices people in Mecklenburg County should make."
 
The board is expected to vote on the ban in two weeks. If it passes, it will go into effect in March.

Tue, 02 Sep 2014 19:36:44 -0400

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