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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Sheriff Stone, Chief Robinson, Sheriff Atkinson
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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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Nash sheriff seeks new jail – Rocky Mount Telegram

The Gate Keeper’s response: Been hearing about the conditions over at the jail so now it is finally being reported on. Looks like Nash County has some issues too however it do not stop with the jail. Maybe 2019 is the year of EXPOSURE.

Two local leaders who agree on nearly everything are at loggerheads over what to do about the aging Nash County jail.

Sheriff Keith Stone sees open bay dormitories and faltering equipment as security issues.

“We’ve got staffing issues — a 30 percent turnover rate — and it’s unsafe with inmates roaming around the dorms. We’ve got murderers in there with a guy who shoplifted at Walmart,” Stone said. “The jail can’t be fixed with cleaning and painting.”

Robbie Davis, chairman of the Nash County Board of Commissioners, said a lot of jails across the state use dormitories and maintenance issues can be addressed without remodeling.

Jailers describe a constant battle to keep operational a jail built sometime in the 1970s with a 1990s addition.

Stone recently invited the county commissioners to tour the jail.

Davis said he hasn’t done so, but he spent a night in jail as a young man and has no desire to see the inside walls again.

Commissioner Mary Wells took a tour. An octogenarian, Wells was advised by senior county officials not to go because of her low immune system. She’s now sick in bed, according to a source in county government. (Read more)

Trafficking In Cocaine; Conspiracy to Trafficking In Cocaine; Trafficking Heroin; Conspiracy to Trafficking In Heroin; PWISD Marijuana

Nash County Sheriff’s Office added 3 new photos.

April 6 at 1:12pm ·

Release Date/Time:
04/06/2018 @ 13:10 PM

Trafficking In Cocaine;
Conspiracy to Trafficking In Cocaine;
Trafficking Heroin;
Conspiracy to Trafficking In Heroin;
PWISD Marijuana

04/05/2018 @ 9:59 PM

I-95 near 138 mile marker

Brendon Rashad White
DOB: 07/19/1997, 20 yo, B/M
103 Garwin Drive West, Apt # 4A, Wilson, NC 27893

Cohn Deangelo Hinton
DOB: 10/29/69, 48 yo, B/M
1615 Poole Road, Raleigh, NC 27610

Kendrick Dequan Rogers
DOB: 10/26/1992, 25 yo, B/M
3018 Grey Harbor Drive, Raleigh, NC 27616


On Thursday, April 5, 2018, during a joint investigation involving the Tar River Regional Drug Task Force (TRRDTF) which consists of the Nash County Sheriff’s Office, Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office, Spring Hope Police Department, Tarboro Police Department, Nashville Police Department, Wilson Police Department, and the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation collaborated with the Nash County Sheriff’s Office Highway Interdiction Team (HIT), the Wake County Sheriff’s Office and the Drug Enforcement Administration on a traffic stop on I-95 near the 138 mile marker.

The vehicle, a white Hyundai sonata, was stopped for a traffic violation. The Hyundai Sonata was occupied by three males. The traffic stop resulted in the seizure of 1,284 grams of cocaine, crack cocaine, 102 grams of heroin, approximately 6 pounds of marijuana, and 559 grams of an undetermined liquid located inside the passenger area of the vehicle. The occupants were identified as Brendon White, Cohn Hinton and Kendrick Rogers.

Brendon White, Cohn Deangelo Hinton and Kendrick Dequan Rogers were arrested for trafficking in cocaine, conspiracy to trafficking in cocaine, trafficking heroin, conspiracy to trafficking in heroin and PWISD Marijuana. White, Hinton and Rogers were placed in the Nash County Detention Center after received each a $2,000,000.00 secured bond. The three had their first appearance today in Nashville District Court and still remain in custody at the Nash County Detention Center. No further information at this time.

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