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May 26, 2020

Cherokee Police Officer Resigns Following Domestic Violence Arrest

An officer with the Cherokee Indian Police Department resigned his position after he was charged with assault on a female. The female said Stamper was her boyfriend.
Charles Evan Stamper resigned Tuesday, according to a news release from the department.
Cherokee Indian Police Department officers responded to a report of a physical assault on Lee Taylor Road in Cherokee at 6:42 p.m. Saturday.
Officers arrested Stamper and transported him to the Tribal Courthouse. His bond was set at $3,000 secured.


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Andy has worked in broadcasting around Western North Carolina over the last 17 years. He serves as the Operations Manager and Program Director for WRGC and WBHN. “I’ve been with the crew here at Five Forty Broadcasting since the idea of bringing the station back to Jackson County at 540-AM. I feel a personal connection with community radio and the area”. In the past, Andy has worked with iHeart Media and Sky Country Broadcasting. He resides in Haywood County.

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