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Margaret Johnson Arrested While Eating Lunch in North WIlkesboro

Wilkes County authorities have arrested a woman in connection with the 2002 slaying of a man who disappeared from a location on Cicero Road. Acting on a tip, they arrested Margaret Johnson's at a North Wilkesboro restaurant yesterday afternoon. Her husband, Robert, was arrested on Monday. The two have been charged with murder in the disappearance of Kenneth Ray Miller. Authorities say Margaret Johnson was arrested at about 12:30 p.m. Thursday at a restaurant on West D Street in North Wilkesboro. The sheriff's department received a tip that she was there eating lunch. Two undercover detectives were sent in to identify her and arrested her.
Margaret Johnson was the ex-wife of Miller. Miller's remains may have been recovered earlier this week. Authorities unearthed remains on Monday that they are testing to verify whether they are Miller. Anyone with information in the case is asked to call the Wilkes County Sheriff's Department at 903-7600 or 838-9111.


Man Collapses, Dies on the Greenway

An unfortunate circumstance. That's what police are saying happened yesterday on the Yadkin River Greenway. Wilkesboro Major Stephen Dowell spoke with us this morning concerning th e death of William Thomas Sell yesterday afternoon:

Dowell says it appears that Sell died from natural causes, and that no foul play was involved. A group of people out exercising on the Greenway reported Sell unconscious a little after 1pm, prompting the emergency response.


Fight Leads to Potential Assault Charges

Deputies say charges are pending against two men who were involved in a fight Monday night in Traphill. Deputies were called to a location on Grissel Tail Road about 7:30 Monday evening, and encountered David Williams and Gullermo Rodriguez, both of whom were bruised and bleeding. First responders and EMS packaged the two up and took them to Wilkes Regional. Deputies are looking for two other people, 16-year old Brian Allen Conley and 21-year old Steven Allen Rice, in connection with the assault. Warrants are pending on both.


Death Reported on the Greenway

Few details are available concerning the death of a person yesterday on the Greenway. Dispatchers confirm the call of a possible death happened yesterday afternoon shortly after 2pm in an area of the Greenway accessible behind the Red Carpet Inn. But no further details are being released at the moment concerning the case. We expect to find out more from Wilkesboro Police later today.


Gov. Candidate Pat McCrory on Jobs

North Carolina Gubernatorial Candidate Pat McCrory was in Wilkes this morning, bringing his message centered on jobs and the economy to the county. He took a few minutes to speak with 3WC's Angela Henley about a subject near and dear to many in the county -- job maintenance and creation:

We'll have additional comments from McCrory in upcoming 3WC newscasts. This evening, we'll discuss his proposals for energy independence and sharing the wealth with the whole state.


Wilkesboro Wreck Injures One

An apparent street racing incident led to one person being injured in a crash on US 421 in Wilkesboro Monday night. Wilkesboro Police say there were several people in 19-year old Christopher Lee Foster's car; one of the passengers, Christopher Todd Collins, was taken by ambulance to Wilkes regional Medical Center. According to the wreck report, Foster and another vehicle were traveling east on 421 near Winkler Mill when the other driver tapped his brakes. Foster says he tried to whip the car to the right to avoid hitting the other driver. He over-corrected, sending the car into a skid and across the median, where it overturned, coming to rest on its top. Foster was ticketed for reckless driving and for not having a current inspection sticker; the other driver left the scene and has not been identified.


Man Accused of Purposely Hitting Scooter Rider with Car Mirror

A Wilkes teen says he was knocked unconscious and suffered multiple injuries when a man sideswiped him with a car mirror as he was riding his scooter on Mulberry Pine Road. 17-year old Jimmy Taylor says the event early yesterday morning was not an accident, either. He tells deputies he rode up to the Fairplains BP station about 1:20am yesterday. While he was there, he got into a verbal disagreement with an unidentified man, who had called him a derogatory name. Taylor says the man eventually got back in his car and left the store. However, as Taylor was riding home, the car appeared out of nowhere and sideswiped him, knocking him off the scooter with the passenger-side mirror. After he woke up and dusted himself off, Taylor called 9-1-1. He had a number of cuts and scratches. While he wasn't able to give deputies a name of the man who was driving, he gave a detailed description of both the man and the car. The investigation continues.


Smart Start Rodeo This Weekend

Smart Start presents East Coast Sanctioned Championship Pro Rodeo this weekend. The event, which will feature bronco and bull riding, calf roping and other rodeo excitement, will be held at Rotary Fair Grounds off U.S. 421 Bypass in North Wilkesboro. The rodeo starts Friuday and Saturday evenigns at 8 p.m. and gates open at 6 p.m. Returning this year will be free sheep riding for children, starting at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, children 6 to 12 are $5, children 5 and under are admitted free of charge.


Pickup Stolen Overnight

Wilkesboro police are looking for a 1996 Dodge Diesel pickup that was stolen overnight from a local merchant. Jay Yoder called police when he arrived at work this morning about 6 at J&D Tractor Sales on Highway 421. Sometime during the night, a burglar had come onto the lot and driven the pickup out through the fence. It is maroon, and has a half-length camper top/work bed unit on it, along with a full-size yellow light bar. It appears the front of the pickup and the light bar were both damaged as the thief drove the truck through the fence. There were a number of tools, an air compressor, and a welder on the truck when it was stolen. All together, the value of the stolen items is over 13-thousand dollars, plus about 5-thousand dollars damage to the fence. One neighbor reports hearing a loud noise sometime during the night, and another reports a white Jeep Grand Cherokee pulled into his driveway and parked, then left a while later. This happened about 1:30am. Police ask anyone who may know more about the cast to give them a call. They presently have no suspects.


...At Least it Wasn't Beanie-Weinies

A middle-of-the-night urge for some Spaghetti-O's and a beer led a Wilkes man to an overnight stay in the pokey. A Wilkesboro police officer detained 23-year old Charles Stanley Schuder on a warrant for shoplifting after the Wilkesboro man was stopped by a security officer working at the Run-In on River Street. The officer had watched as Schuder had tucked a can of Spaghetti-O's into his backpack along with a can of beer and tried to leave the store without paying. For want of 4-dollars to pay for the stuff, Schuder ended up jailed for at least 8 hours, until a magistrate came in Sunday morning to set bond on the warrant.