Fairmont Police Department

Fairmont Police Department The Fairmont Police Department strives to protect the safety and security of the citizens of Fairmont with both respect and integrity.
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Operating as usual

***** Update**** Ronnie Dean Maynor and Alisha Kay Hunt have been located and arrested. They are currently in the custod...
07/11/2021

***** Update****
Ronnie Dean Maynor and Alisha Kay Hunt have been located and arrested. They are currently in the custody of the Beufort Police Department in South Carolina, where they are facing additional charges, to include Grand Larceny and 2 additional counts of Armed Robbery in that jurisdiction. Once the charges are addressed in SC they will be transported back to Robeson County to be served with pending charges here. Thanks to all that have called and provided information.

On Saturday night 07/10/21 around 10:45pm, a male suspect entered the L&M Convience store on Lakeview Rd in Fairmont, the male suspect fired a handgun into the ceiling and demanded money from the cashier. The suspect then took an undisclosed amount of cash and ran from the store to a vehicle where his girlfriend was waiting. The two then left the scene, traveling out of town on Lakeview Rd. Thankfully no one was injured in this robbery.

The Fairmont Police Dept has obtained warrants on Ronnie Dean Maynor and Alisha Kay Hunt for Robbery with a Dangerous weapon, 2nd Degree Kidnapping along with various other charges associated with the robbery.

The picture below of the two suspects along with their vehicle was taken from Facebook. If you have any information or know of their whereabouts please contact the Fairmont PD at 910-628-5115.

“Under our system of justice, every person is presumed to be innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law. The information contained in this post is not intended to be an expression of opinion regarding guilt. The views and opinions expressed by private citizens who may comment on this post are not adopted by and do not reflect the official policy or position of this law enforcement agency."

Help spread the word.clean out those cabinets of old or unused medicine. Drive thru the Fairmont Police Dept parking lot...
06/25/2021

Help spread the word.
clean out those cabinets of old or unused medicine. Drive thru the Fairmont Police Dept parking lot and dispose of it June 30th, 10am to noon. Plus pick up your free goodies for every person dropping off medicine while supplies last.

Help spread the word.
clean out those cabinets of old or unused medicine. Drive thru the Fairmont Police Dept parking lot and dispose of it June 30th, 10am to noon. Plus pick up your free goodies for every person dropping off medicine while supplies last.

****Update**** The person pictured here has been identified along with other persons involved. Thank you for your help i...
06/15/2021

****Update**** The person pictured here has been identified along with other persons involved. Thank you for your help in this and other matters to help keep our community safe. More updates coming in the upcoming days.

The Fairmont Police Dept is working to identify the person and vehicle seen in these pictures and is asking for you to help your community. The individual is responsible for several B/E's to vehicles at the L&M Convenience store during the day on Wednesday the 9th of June. If you have any information please contact our agency. Thank you.

Rosenwald Elementary held their 4th grade "Drive Thru" Grauation today and we were thrilled to participate and congratul...
06/03/2021

Rosenwald Elementary held their 4th grade "Drive Thru" Grauation today and we were thrilled to participate and congratulate the students moving to the next milestone in their lives...

Hope everyone has a safe day, and remember the reason for this day.
05/31/2021

Hope everyone has a safe day, and remember the reason for this day.

Hope everyone has a safe day, and remember the reason for this day.

The members of the Fairmont Police Dept are thankful for the words of encouragement and tokens of appreciation for our o...
05/14/2021

The members of the Fairmont Police Dept are thankful for the words of encouragement and tokens of appreciation for our officers in appreciation of their service during National Police Week. Pictured below are Capt Evans, Sgt McKinnon, and Officer Carr with gift certificates to the Fairmont Golf Course grill presented by Jennelle Campbell.

The members of the Fairmont Police Dept are thankful for the words of encouragement and tokens of appreciation for our officers in appreciation of their service during National Police Week. Pictured below are Capt Evans, Sgt McKinnon, and Officer Carr with gift certificates to the Fairmont Golf Course grill presented by Jennelle Campbell.

Capt Jonathan Evans presents Corporal Tracy Ritchart with his certificate for completing and earning his Field Training ...
04/28/2021

Capt Jonathan Evans presents Corporal Tracy Ritchart with his certificate for completing and earning his Field Training Officer certification. The Fairmont Police Dept continues its commitment to training our officers to succeed and give the community the professional service they expect and desire.

Capt Jonathan Evans presents Corporal Tracy Ritchart with his certificate for completing and earning his Field Training Officer certification. The Fairmont Police Dept continues its commitment to training our officers to succeed and give the community the professional service they expect and desire.

The Fairmont Police Dept was saddened to learn of the passing of Georgette Callahan. She provided many years of selfless...
04/20/2021

The Fairmont Police Dept was saddened to learn of the passing of Georgette Callahan. She provided many years of selfless service to Robeson County.

The Fairmont Police Dept was saddened to learn of the passing of Georgette Callahan. She provided many years of selfless service to Robeson County.

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04/19/2021

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USDSA awarded the Fairmont Police Department with Ballistic Body Armors, Vehicle First-Aid Kits, Tactical Flashlights, and Preliminary Breath Testers for combating drunk driving and underage drinking. Pictured are Captain Jonathan Evans and Sergeant Cody McKinnon.

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03/26/2021

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Press Release:
Thursday March 25, 2021

On Thursday March 25, 2021 at approximately 11:40am, officers were dispatched to a subject shot near Exit 22 on I95 north of Lumberton.

Lumberton Police, Robeson County Sheriffs Deputies, North Carolina State Highway Patrol Troopers and EMS arrived to find shooting victim, Julie Eberly, 47 of Mannheim Pennsylvania. She had been shot through the passenger door. Her husband, Ryan Eberly was not injured. Immediate assistance was rendered until being transported to UNC Southeastern where she later died.

Thus far, the investigation has revealed a road rage encounter unknowingly developed. The victims vehicle came close to the suspect vehicle during a merge into a lane. The suspect vehicle then came along side the victim’s passenger side. The suspect rolled down his window and fired multiple shots into the passenger door, one of which struck Julie Eberly. Witnesses then saw the suspect speed off and exited at Exit 22, crossing over the bridge coming into Lumberton. The victims vehicle pulled over on I95 awaiting assistance.

The suspect vehicle is described as a possible 2010 model Chevrolet Malibu or Impala, silver or grey in color with tinted windows and possibly with chrome around the window frame. The suspect is described as an African American with dreadlocks.

Sheriff Burnis Wilkins stated “This was an innocent family from Pennsylvania headed to the beach for a vacation. Thankfully they had left their six children at home with grandparents but now these kids have to live with the thought of their mother being murdered on in such a cowardly and senseless way. My heart goes out to this family and I ask that everyone reading this stop and pray for this entire family”.

Sheriff’s Investigators are asking that anyone with information pertaining to this investigation, please call the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office at 910-671-3170 or email [email protected].

03/20/2021

UNCP mobile medical is at First Baptist Church on N Main St administering COVID shots until 2pm. You do not need an appointment. Please share this info with others.

Please pass this info on. Check on the  elderly and also dont forget your animals need a plan also. https://www.facebook...
03/18/2021

Please pass this info on. Check on the elderly and also dont forget your animals need a plan also.

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Information from Robeson County Emergency Management.
Strong wind gusts of at least 60mph are expected. This may cause downed trees and power lines.
Large Hail ranging from a quarter to a golf ball in size.
Lightning
Tornadoes causing downed trees and structural damage.

The threat level for this storm is moderate (meaning 1-5, with 5 being the highest. A widespread, intense, and long-lived storm is increasingly likely. Meteorologist’s confidence is very high at this time. The timing of the severe weather risk is from 1 pm – 6 pm on Thursday. While there is a potential for some flooding along the coastal Carolinas, we are only expecting .25 - .50 inches of rain with the storm.

02/25/2021

***Shared from Sheriff Wilkins Page****
The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office is coordinating a litter pickup effort with the “Stop the Violence” organization along with Fairmont Police Department, Fairmont Rural Fire Department, Fairmont City Fire Department and South Robeson Rescue.

We are asking for additional volunteers to meet at the Fairmont Police Department this Saturday morning at 8am. It may be a little damp as rain predictions are low. Participants will be provided with refreshments during a short briefing and then split into a few groups for a cleanup effort until 12 noon. Gloves and vest will be provided. You will need to bring your own trash picker if you prefer to use one. For safety purposes, all groups will be escorted by deputies and police officers.

Please do your part and come out and let’s clean up our county. “No one group and no one person can do this alone. Our county was once known for being Clean and Green. This is your opportunity as it will take massive efforts across the county to clean it up” says Sheriff Burnis Wilkins.

Additional opportunities are available across the county to assist on this day. For more information as to efforts in the Red Hill Community, please contact County Commissioner Faline Locklear Dial , for efforts in the Moss Neck Community, please contact Giovanni Selles or Ricky Norris and for efforts in the St. Pauls area, please contact Stevie Inman. Thank you.
#stoptrashingourcounty

02/15/2021
The Fairmont PD was honored to participate today in a "Chili Cook Off" as a fundraiser for Camp Grace. It was a fun time...
02/07/2021

The Fairmont PD was honored to participate today in a "Chili Cook Off" as a fundraiser for Camp Grace. It was a fun time with good fellowship. Congratulations to the Fairmont City Fire Dept who won the overall award with Chief Woody Woodall being the chili cook and taking home the silver bowl.

The Fairmont PD was honored to participate today in a "Chili Cook Off" as a fundraiser for Camp Grace. It was a fun time with good fellowship. Congratulations to the Fairmont City Fire Dept who won the overall award with Chief Woody Woodall being the chili cook and taking home the silver bowl.

Join us in celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr. His impact will not be forgotten, his vision should always be ...
01/18/2021

Join us in celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr. His impact will not be forgotten, his vision should always be shared.

01/05/2021

The Fairmont Police Department would like to express its gratitude to the many citizens, along with members of the law enforcement community and Fire and EMS personnel that have reached out to us to offer assistance and well wishes for our officer that was involved in a motor vehicle accident last night.

Around 11pm on Monday January 4th, 2021, Officer Zackary Hunt was doing security checks of local businesses. Officer Hunt noticed a vehicle that appeared to be leaving the area at a high rate of speed. Officer Hunt activated his blue lights and attempted to catch up to the vehicle. The suspect vehicle begin to travel out of town and as Officer Hunt reached the intersection of Leesville Rd and Industrial drive, his 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe ran off the road to the right and struck a tree.

Officer Hunt was extricated from the vehicle and airlifted to UNC Chapel Hill where he is being treated for his injuries, which include a broken pelvis and some internal bleeding.

Please keep him in your prayers during his road to recovery.

Respectfully,

Chief J Edwards

The Fairmont City Fire Department along with the Fairmont Police Department couldnt let the wind and rain stop from brin...
12/25/2020

The Fairmont City Fire Department along with the Fairmont Police Department couldnt let the wind and rain stop from bringing smiles to the kids in Fairmont today. Thanks for supporting all of the first responders throughout the year. Remember the reason for the season and our wish is for a safe and happy holiday season for everyone.

The Town of Fairmont is getting everything ready to put smiles on alot of faces, special thanks to the Fairmont City Fir...
12/16/2020
Toys ready for tots | Robesonian

The Town of Fairmont is getting everything ready to put smiles on alot of faces, special thanks to the Fairmont City Fire Chief Woodall for coordinating the donations from Toys for Tots

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Fairmont police Officer Kenan Robeson, left, and Fairmont Fire Chief Administrator Veronica Hunt place toys Wednesday under a Christmas tree in Fairmont Town Hall. The toys were donated by the Toys…

The Fairmont Police Department is currently investigating a break in at a local convenience store. The suspects are desc...
12/10/2020

The Fairmont Police Department is currently investigating a break in at a local convenience store. The suspects are described as 2 white males approximately 6 foot and heavier set, at least one has a beard and bald or short hair. They were operating a newer model black Ford Ranger crew cab. Pictures from other times they entered the store during business hours are also shown. If you have any information in regards to the identification of these two suspects your asked to contact the Fairmont Police Dept at 910-628-5115.

Just a reminder to make sure everyone stays in their vehicles at all times. We look forward to seeing everyone.
10/29/2020

Just a reminder to make sure everyone stays in their vehicles at all times. We look forward to seeing everyone.

10/26/2020
10/16/2020

Fairmont police have arrested Syril Deshawn Harrington, age 20 of Page St, Lumberton, after the investigation of an armed robbery of a person and also a separate investigation of a shooting that occurred in the parking lot of a local shopping center.

The armed robbery occurred on September 23rd when the victim, Nathaniel Thompson of Fairmont was robbed of his wallet and a cell phone by two individuals. The victim was doing yard work at an address on Center st in Fairmont, when he was approached by two young men, who produced guns and demanded his property. The victim provided descriptions and identification was made of the two suspects. In addition to the arrest of Mr Harrington, who was charged with Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon Officers have obtained warrants and are actively looking for 22 year old Thomas Simms of Fairmont, for the charge of Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon.

In the second case involving Mr Harrington, he is charged with discharging a firearm into occupied property, discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle in motion, damage to real property, and discharging a firearm in the city limits.

During this incident gunfire was exchanged between himself and another suspect, Alshaquan Williams age 22 of Pittman Loop Rd, Fairmont around 945am on October the 8th in the parking lot of the Food Lion store in Fairmont. Bullets from Mr Harrington's gun struck an occupied car, the building of Foodlion, and also the McDonald's restaurant located next door.

Alshaquan Williams is charged with damage to property and also discharging a firearm in the city limits, officers are attempting to locate him also.

Mr Harrington was struck by a bullet in the foot from the gun of Alshaquan Williams, however he requested that Mr Williams not be charged with that assault at the time that officers spoke with him.

Syril Harrington was arrested after being treated and released from the hospital for his gunshot wound, and placed in the Robeson County Detention Center with a total bond of $127,500.00 for all charges.

The Fairmont Police Department would like to express their appreciation to the numerous persons who came forward with information about these two incidents. There is a great partnership within the Fairmont community, not only with the citizens but businesses as well to keep our town safe, from senseless, opportunistic crimes such as these. We want the citizens to feel safe when they do such basic things as shop for groceries or go to a restaurant and with the continued help from the public we will be successful.

“Under our system of justice, every person is presumed to be innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law. The information contained in this post is not intended to be an expression of opinion regarding guilt. The views and opinions expressed by private citizens who may comment on this post are not adopted by and do not reflect the official policy or position of this law enforcement agency."

Officer Robeson is a great example of the values and professionalism that we expect at the Fairmont Police Dept. Since d...
09/17/2020

Officer Robeson is a great example of the values and professionalism that we expect at the Fairmont Police Dept. Since day one, he has shown the integrity, morals, and work ethic that were instilled in him growing up. Proud to say he works for Fairmont PD.

08/27/2020

Fairmont Area Internet Access Locations

Please forward this information to any parent or child that needs to access the internet to complete school assignments.

Baltimore Baptist Church
Oakdale Baptist Church

Hector McLean Library located in Fairmont...24hrs available in parking lot with the following password: access3686

LREMC Office in Fairmont

As new locations arise we will update the list

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421 S Main St
Fairmont, NC
28340

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Looking forward to seeing Zackary Hunt when he gets well enough to come to Fairmont Golf Club and Grill. I will fix you up with Chili, cheese fries. Glad you doing better. Praying for you.
As promised a huge shout out to the fairmont police dept especially officer Hill and Sargent Frost..... Both were kind enough to cut me a break and give me a chance to stick to my word... As i did today at 330 i was there to pay off my fine as promised.... I cant thank you enough for the chance to prove a person can change... Turn their life around and most importantly that all encounters with the Police do not always end bad and they are willing to work with you..... Honesty is the key!!! Thank u once again! Have a great day and stay sage guys!!!!
will anything ever be done to combat the blatant liter issue Fairmont faces i swear Fairmont is the filthiest city on the planet.
Family Fun Halloween...... JW with the police officer 👮
This is my great grandfather who was chief of police in Fairmont , Chief Robinson. Apparently he died with his boots on so I was told. Luke Pool. Morrisville
If you are a resident of Fairmont and have a camera system, these are sometimes invaluable in investigating a crime. The Fairmont Police Dept would like to compile a list so that if crimes happen in your area, we can make contact with you to get you involved in assisting us in helping to investigate these crimes. You can call the chiefs office direct at 910-628-9766 ext 224 and leave your contact information on the voicemail. Thanks and we look forward to partnering with you. Chief Edwards
Please help me him him.
The Fairmont City Fire Dept was chosen as a distribution site for water and other supplies, by the National Guard. The supplies were dropped off this afternoon. If someone on this end of the county needs supplies, please pass this along. Thks
Our group page Robeson County Hurricane Information was asked if Fairmont has a curfew like the county and Lumberton during the recovery phase? If you can let me know I will share through the page. Thanks in advance.