Crimes By Category

The following is a list of the names of the crimes reported by the Winston-Salem Police Department. The list is broken down into categories. Clicking on a category will perform a search of all crimes reported in the last week. Clicking on a specific crime will search within the last month.

Searches done by clicking on these links will return results within a radius of 10 miles from the approximate city center of Winston-Salem.



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Local News

Homeland Sec.: 'Unfolding situation' at Andrews Air Force Base
Homeland secretary Jeh Johnson has confirmed that a "situation is unfolding" at U.S. Joint Base Andrews in Maryland following reports of an active shooter at the base, The Associated Press reports.
5 dead, 3 injured in NC crash
Police in Fayetteville are investigating after five people were killed and three injured in a crash that Police Chief Harold Medlock calls the worst he has seen in his career.
Court: Trial in Phylicia Barnes death can move forward
A Maryland court has ruled a new trial can proceed against a man charged with killing a North Carolina teenager.
NC Senate approves budget deal, House next
It's now the House's turn to debate the final budget adjustments for the North Carolina government for the new fiscal year starting Friday.
NC legislature approves letting charters run struggling schools
A plan to hand over struggling North Carolina elementary schools to charter operators is headed to Gov. Pat McCrory's desk despite outcry from educators and local school boards who call it a takeover.
Police footage access rules head to McCrory's desk
The General Assembly has given final legislative approval to methods by which people can access or receive a copy of footage from body cameras or vehicle dashboard cameras operated by North Carolina law enforcement officers.
Storm damage reported in Rockingham Co.; up to 9K lose power
Several thousand homes and businesses lost power in Rockingham County as a storm caused damage Wednesday.
Belk CEO to retire, ending 128 years of family leadership
Tim Belk, CEO of the Charlotte-based retail chain that bears his family's name, says he is retiring in July, bringing an end to 128 years of day-to-day family leadership.
NC Senate Republicans pick up 2 Democrats in final budget vote
The final budget agreement for North Carolina state government picked up support from two Senate Democrats a day after a preliminary party-line vote on the adjustments for next year.
McCrory makes rare appearance before GOP legislators
Gov. Pat McCrory made an unusual appearance before legislators on their home turf as they try to adjourn in the coming days.