704-888-2386 • 103 W Stanly Street, Stanfield, NC 28163

Mayor

Mayor Kevin BarbeeWelcome and thank you for visiting our town’s website. We invite you to come for a short visit or a lifelong journey in a place we call home. Stanfield is a place some people come to visit and others to take up residence. Comments from long time residents range from,” I can remember when,” to “I sure am glad we have a safe peaceful small town”.

For those of us that have been here all our lives, Stanfield is a safe, peaceful town tucked away from the fast paced hectic world. We know our friends and neighbors and all share the good life Stanfield offers. Many new residents have commented on how living in Stanfield just seem right and we hear things like “you have no idea just how good of a school you have in Stanfield. The teachers and staff are great and my kids love it here” and “I love being able to come home in the afternoon, take a walk along the road without worry or bother, it’s great” “it’s such a joy to be able to go up the road a few miles to get what I need and in less than 5 minutes be back in a slow, relaxed, safe environment.”

Stanfield is a place with much to do and see. Throughout the year at Pete Henkel Park, cars will be looking for a place to park. Youth sports are supported for the entire Stanfield area. If you enjoy walking, Stanfield has a one mile walkway along Love Chapel Road and if you need a fitness center, Family Sports Fitness is here for you. We have reconstructed an old log barn on the corner of Hwy 200 and West Stanly Street to stay in touch with our past. Many times in spring and fall you may have to wait for your turn to take pictures at the barn. If you ride through Stanfield on some nights a crowd is present at Jake’s Java for music and dancing. We have churches at multiple locations and multiple denominations. These are just a few local places that come to mind.

If you like the beach or the mountains Stanfield is only 3 hours away either direction. We are a progressive community with controlled development. Our services include police, fire, trash pick up, street lighting, water and sewer just to name a few.

Again, Thank You for visiting our website and Please contact me or the town staff should you have any questions or comments.

Kevin Barbee
Mayor Stanfield, NC

 

 

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Early this morning Officers from the Stanfield Police Department, Stanly County Sheriff's Office, and Albemarle Police Department executed a search warrant at 135 Oak Leaf Ln. in Stanfield. The warrant was the result of an investigation into suspected drug activity at the residence.

The search yielded methamphetamine, Marijuana, unlawfully possessed prescription pills, and drug paraphernalia.

David Johnathan Kemp who received a $75,000 secured bond was charged with;

-Possession with intent to sell and deliver methamphetamine
-Maintaining a dwelling for controlled substances
-Possession of Schedule 4 controlled substance
-Possession of Schedule 6 controlled substance
-Possession of drug paraphernalia
-Resisting a public officer

Kimberly Mullis who received a $25,000 secured bond was charged with;

-Possession with intent to sell and deliver methamphetamine
-Possession of a Schedule 4 controlled substance
-Possession of a Schedule 6 controlled substance
-Possession of Drug paraphernalia

Michelle Brown who received a $7,000 secured bond was charged with;

-Possession of methamphetamine
-Possession of a Schedule 3 controlled substance
-Possession of drug paraphernalia

All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court.

The Stanfield Police Department would like to thank the Stanly County Sheriff's Office and the Albemarle Police Department for their assistance.
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2 weeks ago

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Thank you Stanfield Elementary School for allowing us to read with the kindergarten students again this year!
Thanks to the Stanfield Mini-Mart and the West Stanly Swimming Pool for the generous donation of prizes to our top readers! We are blessed to have such a great community that cares about our youth!Check out these ah-mazing Kindergarteners with their prizes for the "Read With a Cop" program! Abigail Wells read 80 books and earned two tickets to Carowinds! Hayden Parke read 60 books and got a day pass to Stanfield Pool! Claire McClellan and Kylie Thurmond read 40 books and got a day pass to Stanfield pool too! Congratulations, guys!!!

Thank You, Chief Faggart and Officer Cornett, for your amazing support in encouraging Kindergarten to read!

Keep on reading!
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After receiving multiple tips from the public regarding possible drug activity, The Stanfield Police Department conducted an investigation which led us to believe that Mr. Phillip Cunningham who was an absconder from justice with an arrest warrant for probation violation was residing at a residence in Stanfield.

On the evening of 5/14/19 Mr. Cunningham was located at the suspected residence by the Stanfield Police Department and NC Probation and Parole. During his arrest, Mr. Cunningham was also found to be in possession of cocaine.

Mr. Cunningham was booked into the Stanly County Jail under a $27,000 secured bond after being charged with Probation Violation and Felony Possession of cocaine.

We would like to thank the public for their assistance.

All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in court.
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The Stanfield Police Department would like to express our condolences to the family of Officer Jordan Sheldon and the Mooresville Police Department. ... See MoreSee Less

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Matthew Kiddey and Brittany Sexton were arrested today (03/12/2019) by the Stanfield Police Department resulting from a joint investigation with NC Probation/Parole. Each Defendant was charged with Felony possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Matthew Kiddey was also charged with resisting a public officer. Kiddey was booked with a $7,500 bond and Sexton received a $5,500 bond. All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in court. ... See MoreSee Less

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