Showing posts from October, 2015

car used in recent burglaries-Red Toyota Camry

-----message from the police-------------------------

In reference to the recent Hope Valley burglaries. A Red Toyota Camry bearing North Carolina registration DCE 8524 was seen this morning leaving the scene of a break in on Knightsbridge Court. The car pulled up let two people out and came back a few minutes later to pick them up. The vehicle was spotted again on Devon and Buckingham Road. Durham Police immediately flooded the area in an effort to locate the vehicle and its occupants but were unsuccessful. If you see this vehicle in the area or if you notice suspicious activity in your neighborhood please call 911 immediately.

Thank you.


Sergeant K.L. Johnson
Durham Police Department
Criminal Investigations Division
District 3
8 Consultant Place
Durham, North Carolina 27707
919-560-4583 ext 29359 (Office)
919-907-9810 (City Cell)

City of Durham Preparing for Hurricane Joaquin

City of Durham Preparing for Hurricane Joaquin DURHAM, N.C. –The City of Durham is busy preparing to keep operations running smoothly as several weather systems converge on the Triangle including Hurricane Joaquin. Residents are encouraged to like the City’s Facebook page and follow the City’s Twitter feed to get up-to-date information about roads, programs, services and more. The City’s Public Works Department is working to clear clogged stormwater drains and ensure all equipment and crews are prepped and ready to respond if needed. Residents are asked to help by proactively removing debris that may be clogging storm drains near their homes or businesses. The department will also be putting out signage if roadways flood to help warn motorists as well as coordinating with the local NCDOT maintenance office to ensure that State-maintained roads within the city limits are passable. The City’s General Services Department Urban Forestry Division and Landscape Services Division wil…