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Wake County Sheriff's Office

Wake County Sheriff's Office, NC

Wake County Sheriff's Office

Investigator Mark Reid Tucker | Wake County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina
Wake County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina
Deputy Sheriff Phil Owens | Wake County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina
Wake County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina
Deputy Sheriff William Franklin James, II | Wake County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina
Wake County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina
Deputy Sheriff Guy Cecil Massey, Sr. | Wake County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina
Wake County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina
Deputy Sheriff Eldridge Blake | Wake County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina
Wake County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina

Total Line of Duty Deaths: 5

  • Automobile crash 2
  • Gunfire 3

By Month

  • February 2
  • September 2
  • October 1

By Gender

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RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Wake County Sheriff Gerald Baker announced Tuesday the temporary suspension of pistol purchase permits through April

The announcement does not affect residents who possess concealed carry renewal permits.

“This decision does not limit anyone’s right to purchase a handgun,” said Wake County Sheriff Gerald Baker. “Over the past several weeks, our staff has been inundated with high volumes of permit applications that has made it impossible to process by law. This decision is not a violation of anyone’s Second Amendment Rights. Most importantly, this action will limit persons encountering one another during this time of State of Emergency, consistent with Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Orders and that of Wake County Commissioner Greg Ford.”

Baker also said North Carolina General Statutes and only requires the sheriff to issue a permit to purchase a firearm but sets no timeframe for when applications must be taken by the sheriff’s office.

Once the applications are received, the sheriff has 14 days to inform an applicant whether the permit will be granted or denied, according to a release.

There are currently applications pending. Part of the process requires that a background check be made of the applicant.

This is conducted by the Wake County Clerk of Courts. Officials say they currently do not have enough staff to keep up with the volume of applicants received by the sheriff’s office to statutorily meet the day requirement.

“With people coming into the permits office per day, the Sheriff’s Office would not be able to meet the day requirement,” added Baker.

The suspension will allow staff and the Wake County Clerk of Courts to process the backlog of pending applications.

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'None of it's true': Wake sheriff sets record straight on rumors of investigation into office

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- Wake County Sheriff Gerald Baker shut down circulating rumors concerning an investigation into his office Sunday.

The sheriff held a surprise briefing from his downtown Raleigh office to set the record straight on rumors of a federal investigation and an indictment that were allegedly supposed to come down Monday. As far as he knows, there is no wrongdoing in his office.

"There is no investigation that I know of. There is no federal investigation. There are no impending indictments that I know of, concerning money or forfeitures. None of it's true," Baker said. "We have no reason to believe that this office is facing any type of misconduct in any shape, form or fashion."

A legal representative for Baker's office said one of the rumors was that he "cleared his office" in anticipation of the investigation.


Prior to the conference, Baker said he spent hours pondering should he even respond to the false rumors but decided to address them "because of the damage these rumors could do."

Baker pointed to a list of commitments that sits behind him reading, "Integrity. Accountability. Transparency. Consistency." four values that he says he holds himself to as Wake County sheriff.


"I want to make sure that it is it clear, that this office, to my knowledge, is not under any investigation for any wrongdoing of any kind," Baker reiterated before opening the floor to questions.

Baker said he is unsure where the rumors stemmed from but believe them to be politically motivated considering he has dealt with similar rumors since he took office in

"There are some folks who are upset and are still upset, about the fact that I won the election in ," Baker said. "I can't sit here and say that is exactly what it is but one plus one equals two, for me"

He said he has not been in contact with the North Carolina Attorney General's Office since the rumors have surfaced.

Baker, a Raleigh native and year retired law enforcement veteran, was sworn in as the 54th sheriff of Wake County in Dec, He joined the sheriff's office in under John H. Baker Jr., the first African-American sheriff in North Carolina.

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9 Wake County sheriff candidates to participate in forum at Raleigh brewery Wednesday night

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — A Raleigh brewery and sports bar will be the site of a Wake County sheriff candidate forum on Wednesday night.

The Libertarian Party of Wake County is hosting the forum at Tobacco Road Sports Cafe & Brewery.

Nine candidates who have announced they&#;re running to be the next sheriff of Wake County will participate in the event, according to the Libertarian Party of Wake County.

The following candidates will be attending:

  • Randy Baity
  • David Blackwelder
  • Joe Coley
  • Donnie Harrison
  • Stephanie Hopkins
  • Tivon Howard
  • Tommy Matthews
  • Willie Rowe
  • Roy Taylor

At this time, Wake County Sheriff Gerald Baker will not be participating. A final decision on his participation will be made today, officials said. Baker announced previously that he will be running for reelection.

You can attend the forum at Tobacco Road Sports Cafe & Brewery from p.m. to p.m. The brewery is located at W. Jones St., just off Glenwood South.

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Wake County Sheriff Gerald Baker welcomed new Apex Police Chief Jason Armstrong back to the Triangle area, after a two year stint as police chief in Ferguson, Missouri.
Armstrong is a Fayetteville, N.C. native and attended North Carolina Central University.
The meeting ended with Sheriff Baker and Chief Armstrong determined to continue the solid partnership between the agencies. #Wakestrong#OneWakeCounty#WCSO
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  • Tony Ramutkowski
    Since taking office on December 3, , Wake County Sheriff Gerald M. Baker has refused to cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and has released many dangerous criminals back into his county, despite ICE detainers being issued against them.
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Wake County Sheriff Gerald Baker addresses rumors he is under investigation

Wake County Sheriff's Office

Wake County Sheriff Gerald Baker welcomed new Apex Police Chief Jason Armstrong back to the Triangle area, after a two year stint as police chief in Ferguson, Missouri.
Armstrong is a Fayetteville, N.C. native and attended North Carolina Central University.
The meeting ended with Sheriff Baker and Chief Armstrong determined to continue the solid partnership between the agencies. #Wakestrong#OneWakeCounty#WCSO
May be an image of 2 people, people standing, map and text that says 'WAKE Pr WA COUNTY Parks and Greenway Trails EOC Tat WAKE'
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3 Comments

  • Tony Ramutkowski
    Since taking office on December 3, , Wake County Sheriff Gerald M. Baker has refused to cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and has released many dangerous criminals back into his county, despite ICE detainers being issued against them.
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