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Troutman, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information

Troutman is a town located in Iredell County. Based on the 2016 census, approximately 2,576 people live in this area. The mayor is Teross W. Young Jr. The Town Manager is Justin Longino.

Town Hall:
400 North Eastway Drive, Troutman, NC 28166
Phone: 704-528-7600

Troutman Town Hall

Mayor’s Office:
Phone: 704-528-7600
Cellphone: 704-807-9778
Fax: 704-528-7605
Email: tyoung@troutmannc.gov

Town Manager’s Office:
jlongino@troutmannc.gov

In 2010, the crime index for Troutman was 303.9 which was only slightly lower than the US average (304.3). During this year, there were no reported murders, rapes, robberies, and auto thefts. However, there were 4 reported assaults, 37 reported burglaries, 69 reported thefts, and 1 reported arson case. Troutman has 9 registered sex offenders living within the town as of February 2019. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 282 to 1.


Troutman, North Carolina Police Station Information

Troutman had a total of 86 reported incidents in 2016. The total crime rate was 3,295 crimes for every 100,000 people. This was slightly higher than the North Carolina average (2,909 crimes for every 100,000 people). It was also higher than the US average which was at 2,745 crimes for every 100,000 people. Theft was the most commonly reported crime that year.

The Troutman Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency headed by Chief of Police Matthew Selves. The TPD employs 14 full-time officers. There are several divisions within the department such as the Patrol Division, Patrol K-9 Division, Investigative Division, and Training Division. The Patrol Division is responsible for arresting criminal violators, enforcing state and town laws, and answering calls for service. The Investigative Division is responsible for conducting timely, professional and thorough criminal investigations.

Troutman Police Department:
Phone: 704-528-7610
Fax: 704-508-3002
Email: tpdmail@troutmannc.gov

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Chief of Police:
mselves@troutmannc.gov

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The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Detention Facility is the jail used to house the pretrial inmates of the Troutman Police Department. The jail can hold up to 277 inmates – 201 in the main jail and 76 in the annex. Chief Deputy Bert Connolly is the supervisor of the facility. The visitation hours are based on the inmates’ last names.

Male Inmates A through L:
Monday, Wednesday 7-9pm
Saturday 2-4pm

Male Inmates M through Z:
Tuesday, Thursday 7-9pm
Sunday 2-4pm

Female Inmates:
Saturdays 12:45 to 1:45pm

Iredell County Jail & Detention Center:
221 E Water Street
P.O. Box 287
Statesville, NC 28687
Phone: 704-878-3131
Email: gconnolly@co.iredell.nc.us

Open Records Request in Troutman, North Carolina

The Town Clerk is the official custodian of all Town records and public documents. Any requests to inspect or obtain copies of public records are processed in this office. The current Town Clerk is Kimberly Davis.

Town Clerk’s Office:
kdavis@troutmannc.gov

Police Reports in Troutman, North Carolina

You can obtain copies of accident and incident reports available through the LexisNexis website. Online copies cost $8. You can also obtain a copy by visiting during regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. The cost of a pick-up copy is $3.

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