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Asheboro police crime reports for April 3, 2014

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The Asheboro Police Department released their crime reports today. You can read all of the crime reports from this article as a PDF file. Some of the reports may have been completely removed due to not being able to redact information that needed to be removed.

You can read each of the reports by clicking on this link. This file could be slow to open depending on the size of the file and your Internet speed. It is the responsibility of the police department to redact information that is required by state law. I try to make sure that they have completed this task without mistakes, however I am not responsible for redaction of information. As a reminder, just because someone is charged with a violation of state law that does not mean they are guilty of any crime. If you should have any questions about the reports, you should contact the police department.

According to the Asheboro Police Department website they employee 78 sworn officers and 7 civilian employees. The acting Chief of the police department is Ralph Norton. Acting Chief Norton started his career at the police department in 1988.

The City of Asheboro is centrally located in the State of North Carolina in Randolph County. It has an approximate population of 25,000 citizens.

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