Video/Photos: Rocky Mount Chamber Of Commerce 2019 Legislative Forum Featuring Chief George Robinson Rocky Mount Police Department, Sheriff Steve Stone And Sheriff Cleveland Clee Atkinson Was Held This Week

The Rocky Mount Chamber of Commerce held an awesome Legislative Forum bringing Chief George Robinson, Sheriff Keith Stone Nash County Sheriff Office and Sheriff Cleveland Clee Atkinson Edgecombe County to one location giving the community the opportunity to meet the new Chief and to hear about their partnership. These 3 men have pledged to continue to work together as partners to clean up crime. As Sheriff Stone put it, look at their solvability rate.

I get so sick and tired of folk asking what law enforcement could do better but never talk about what the community can do better. Without the community involvement to help them solve crimes faster, then it makes their jobs harder and stressful because they want to do their job but the community will not share information. If the community would join in on the partnership the better off the Twin Counties would be.

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Rocky Mount NC – Thank You Sheriff Keith Stone Nash County And Sheriff Clee Atkinson For Not Getting Involved In The B.S. With The White Folk Going After The Black City Council

I remember back in the 80’s when I first heard of Highway Patrol Keith Stone he was not well liked. I ran into him during that time but since I was not doing anything illegal, he was not a problem for me. I was told that somebody didn’t like him so bad that they shot in his house on 64 highway.

I remember reading about how Sheriff Stone and Nash County Commissioner Robbie Davis used to go at it. Davis has been kind of quiet lately.

I have no problem today with Sheriff Keith Stone and I follow his work. Stone is doing a great job in Nash County.

I remember when Clee Atkinson was a Highway Patrol and he stopped me one day. He was very professional. I have never heard anything negative about him. I also seen Clee in action over the years as he refereed football games.

When I learned that Clee wanted to become my Sheriff, I knew I could support him. Since we appointed him over a year ago and since he has been elected. I am proud to be able to say Clee Atkinson is the Sheriff of Edgecombe County.

Now to the ignant mess with the Rocky Mount Telegram, Fighting Crime, Rocky Mount Concerned Citizens, Community Council and others they want the Sheriffs to get involved. Well damn how ignant because the Rocky Mount city council issues they bring up are city issues and the Sheriffs manage the county. So, what tickles the hell out of me is these so-called intelligent white folks just lie, lie, lie.

Thank you, Sheriff Keith Stone, and Clee Atkinson for all that you do. Continue to focus on what ya’ll have been doing and do not get caught up in the white folk drama because they are just mad with the black majority city council. If something was to take place in the county dealing with the council, I would expect you to carry out the law.

The last time I checked Sheriff Stone is not black and is a Republican however Sheriff Atkinson is black and a Democrat. So, for folk who attempt to call me out about what I do and who I support, I can speak for myself. Also, my blog and social media pages also speak to who I am and what I stand for.

I am gonna talk about Race, call it like it is so if you should have a problem with that then tune me out.

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Sheriff pumps up school weight room – Rocky Mount Telegram

atkinson_clee.jpgA local law enforcement agency stepped up to help an area high school in serious need of upgraded athletic equipment.

The Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office donated several pieces of weight room and fitness equipment to SouthWest Edgecombe High School. Sheriff Clee Atkinson said the school received about 12 to 15 pieces of used equipment that is still in great shape. Atkinson was able to gather the equipment from people he has built relationships with from across North Carolina.

Dr. Valerie Bridges, superintendent of Edgecombe County Public Schools, said the Sheriff’s Office is one of the school district’s most important partners.

“We’re extremely grateful for the donation of fitness equipment for SouthWest High School,” Bridges said. “This will give our students access to state-of-the-art equipment in the weight room. Sheriff Atkinson and his department have been instrumental in our school receiving this amazing gift.”

SouthWest Edgecombe football coach Jonathan Cobb said the last time any new or updated equipment was purchased for the school’s weight room was 31 years ago in memory of a former SouthWest player. (Read more)

Announcement – Sheriff Clee Atkinson “Men Run & Tell That!” Annual Men’s Day Anderson Chapel MBC Macclesfield NC

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Pastor Malcom E. Lewis and the Men of Anderson Chapel MBC Macclesfield NC cordially invite all men and women to come out and celebrate our Annual Men’s Day  with us on Sunday August 5, 2018 11:00 AM. Edgecombe County Sheriff Cleveland (Clee) Atkinson Jr. will bring forth a powerful spiritual message “Men Run & Tell That!” Sheriff Deputy Lynn Powell and The Shades of Harmony will provide the spiritual in songs. Please come out and support the Men of Anderson Chapel and the Sheriff of Edgecombe County. You don’t want to miss this powerful message.

Program Committee:
Deacon David Ricks
Bro. Curmilus Dancy II –  (252) 314-5484

Press Release: Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office & Tarboro Police Department Arrest Khalil Wilkins After Observing Suspicious Behavior From A Person In East Tarboro

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On 11/22/17, during a joint operation between the Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office and Tarboro Police Department, Lieutenants Muse (ECSO) and Mann (TPD) observed suspicious behavior from a person in East Tarboro. The person sped away in a vehicle blowing through stop signs and eventually ending up on US 64 Bypass. Edgecombe County deputies got the person stopped at the US 64 Alternate exit in Rocky Mount.

When deputies approached the vehicle, they could smell a strong odor of marijuana coming from the car. Deputy Dozier removed the driver, Khalil Wilkins from the vehicle. A pistol was immediately observed in Wilkins’ seat. A check of the firearm showed that it was entered as stolen by the Duke University Campus Police. Wilkins was found to be a convicted felon. Wilkins has a pending charge of Possession of Firearm by Felon from Tarboro Police Department. Further search of the vehicle turned up a “brick” or 50 bags of heroin. Another 40 bags of heroin was found inside Wilkins’ pants at the magistrate’s office.

Detective Johnson charged Wilkins with Possession of Firearm by Felon, Possession of Stolen Gun, Trafficking Heroin, PWISD Heroin, Maintaining a Vehicle for Sale/Storage of Controlled Substance, and aggressive driving. He was placed in the Edgecombe County Detention Center under a $900,000 secured bond.

Sheriff Atkinson notes that combined efforts with other local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies are critical in fighting crime. Our office will continue to foster these partnerships to combat criminal elements in our jurisdiction. Sheriff Atkinson wants to thank Chief Webb and staff for their part in planning and implementing the operation that netted this arrest.