Live Wire: Who Can We Contact For Help To Stop A Bad Motorist In Our Neighborhood?

Questions and answers of general interest and consumer topics.

Q: There is a man in our neighborhood who has several DUIs over several years, including two this year. He drives every day, and flies through the neighborhood. Who can we contact for help to stop him? — N.N., Fayetteville

A: We checked with Lt. Todd Joyce of the Fayetteville Police Department.

First, call the appropriate law enforcement agency — police if in Fayetteville, Hope Mills or Spring Lake — the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office or the Highway Patrol if in the county. Be prepared to give a description of the vehicle and try, if possible, to get the license plate number.

If he had two driving while impaired charges this year, chances are great he has yet to go to court but his driver's license may have been suspended. The more information that can be provided about the man, his vehicle and his driving routine, the easier it will be for law enforcement to catch him.

 

Nancy McCleary

 

Q: I’m trying to obtain medical records from a clinic that has closed. It was Cardinal Clinic in Fayetteville. Can someone assist me in getting records? — J.T., Raeford

A: According to Cardinal Clinic’s website, although it no longer provides clinical services, it maintains an administrative office and can release information through proper requests.

Download and fill out the form at cardinalclinic.com/Release%20of%20information.pdf. Once completed, fax it to the Cardinal Clinic office at 401-1024.

 

Amanda Dolasinski

 

Live Wire seeks to answer questions of general interest and consumer topics. Initials are used to identify questioners when names are given. Contact Live Wire at livewire@fayobserver.com or at 486-3516.

Source : http://www.fayobserver.com/news/20170813/live-wire-who-can-we-contact-for-help-to-stop-bad-motorist-in-our-neighborhood

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