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Wilson’s Mills, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information

Wilson’s Mills is a town located in Johnson County. Based on the 2016 census, approximately 2,550 people live in this area. The mayor is Jim Uzzle, Jr. The Town Manager is Leighanna Worley.

Town Hall:
100 Railroad Street, Wilson’s Mills, NC 27593
Phone: (919) 938-3885
Fax: (919) 938-1121

Wilson's Mills Town Hall

Mayor’s Office:
Address: 138-C Uzzle Industrial Drive, Clayton, NC 27520
Cell: 919-291-0792
Email: juzzle@wilsonsmillsnc.org

Town Manager’s Office:
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 448, Wilsons’ Mills, NC 27593
Phone: 919-938-3885, ext. 21
Fax: 919-938-1121
Email: lworley@wilsonsmillsnc.org

In 2014, the crime index in Wilson’s Mills was 190.8 which was much lower compared to the US average (268.1). During this year, there were no reported murders and arson cases. However, there were 4 reported assaults, 1 reported robbery, 22 reported burglaries, 21 reported thefts, and 4 reported auto thefts.


Wilson’s Mills, North Carolina Police Station Information

The town of Wilson’s Mills is rated an A- for crime and safety. Its total crimes are lower than the North Carolina average by 46%. It is also lower compared to the US average by 43%. Statistically, 4.27 crimes occur daily in the town for every 100,000 people. It is considered safer than 60% of all US cities. And the chances of becoming a victim here is pretty low, 1 in 65. The town’s total year over year crimes has been reduced by 6%.

The Wilson’s Mills Police Department is a full-service department that employs 5 full-time sworn law enforcement officers and 10 sworn part-time officers. The Chief of Police is AZ Williams. He is responsible for overseeing the day to day operations of the department as well as the budget. The department has several officers patrolling the various areas of the town 24/7. There is also one detective/crime scene specialist who conducts follow-up investigations on criminal activity.

Wilson’s Mills Police Department:
100 Railroad Street Wilson’s Mills, NC
Phone: 919-938-3885, ext. 24

Wilson's Mills Police Dept

Chief of Police:
chief@wilsonsmillsnc.org

The Johnston County Jail houses the pretrial inmates of the Wilson’s Mills Police Department. Each inmate at this facility is allowed one 15-minute visit per week with a maximum of 4 visitors per appointment. All visits must be scheduled by calling (919) 989-5045 on Tuesday or Wednesday between the hours of 10am – 2pm. Appointments are based on a “first come, first serve” basis. Visitation is held each weekend.

Johnston County Jail:
127 S. Second Street, Smithfield, NC 27577
General Information: (919) 989-5040
Visitation: (919) 989-5045

Open Records Request in Wilson’s Mills, North Carolina

The Town Clerk’s Office serves as the custodian of official public records in Wilson’s Mills. Any requests for public records are handled by this office. If you wish to learn how you can obtain copies of public records, you can get in touch with the Town Clerk, Leighanna Worley, by calling 919-938-3885 (ext 21).

Police Reports in Wilson’s Mills, North Carolina

If you filed a police report, you can get a copy for free at the police station during regular business hours. Most reports are available within 24 to 48 hours of the initial report. You can also request for a copy of a police report even if you are not involved in the incident. However, you will need to submit a Public Records Request form at Town Hall.

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