An inmate at the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Detention Center has died. Detention staff discovered…
Jail Sentence Imposed By Alexander County Judge
42-year-old Clyde David Crouse of Taylorsville, was sentenced to serve 60 days in jail on Monday (January 30) by a judge in Alexander County District Court. Crouse will serve the time in the Alexander County Detention Center. In October 2022, Crouse was arrested by Probation And Parole Officers and was charged with probation violation out of county.
In July of last year, Crouse was arrested by the Alexander County Sheriff’s Office for failure to appear on charges of injury to personal property and resisting arrest. Crouse was convicted earlier this month of misdemeanor communicating threats in Alexander County and received probation and a 12 month suspended sentence. In August, 2022, Crouse was convicted in Iredell County of misdemeanor DWI level 5 and received probation and a 24 month suspended sentence.[Story courtesy of Rick Gilbert, WACB. Some information courtesy of North Carolina Department of Adult Correction Offender website]