Kings Mountain People
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When Ptl. Larry Ware isn't
working his regular beat at the
Kings Mountain Police Department
he's volunteering as Commander of
the Fort Macon Auxiliary Coast
Guard Unit attached to Moss Lake.
Ware, 31, assisted by 19 other
Coast Guard members, inspects
boats for safety equipment, teaches
public education courses on boat-
ing, patrols the lake for safety and
assists search and rescue teams on
call 24 hours a day.
Ware got the Moss Lake assign-
ment two years ago when City
Council invited the Coast Guard to
help patrol the lake after two
drownings a week apart.
Ware's ‘Coast Guard Unit was
located at the time at Lake Norman
where he joined in 1990. A profes-
sional diver, he has been a scuba
diver for 10 years and pulled seven
drowning victims from area lakes
plus several boats and vehicles that
went down in the water.
Diving is a hobby that the Kings
Mountain native loves second to
He joined Kings Mountain
Police Department three years ago
after completing rookie training at
Cleveland Community College and
after a varied career, including
working with his family in the op-
eration of the Crown Station on
Linwood Road, as an auto parts
salesman for NAPA in Shelby and
as a boiler tubing assemblyman for
"I've always lived in a neighbor-
hood with several of the policemen
on our force and always looked up
to them and thought I would like to
also help make a difference in
Kings Mountain," said Ware, who
said police work takes dedication
"You need a lot of understanding
of people's problems to work as a
police officer," said Ware, who re-
sponds to numerous calls, includ-
ing accidents and break-ins.
His squad is headed by Sgt.
James Camp and other members
are Ptl. Chris Owens, Ptl. Tony
Reaves and dispatcher Diane
Ptl. LARRY WARE
As a young man he pumped
gasoline, serviced cars and worked
on automobile engines with his fa-
ther, the late Richard Ware. At the
death of his father, Larry and his
mother, Gloria, decided to get out
of the business and Larry had an
Larry Ware loves being a cop
opportunity to apply for a patrol-
man's job at KMPD and was hired
by then-Chief Warren Goforth.
He is active in First Baptist
Church and enjoys fishing and
Searching for drowning victims
takes experienced divers and
searches can last for two or three
"It's a traumatic experience for
everyone involved," said Ware, re-
calling the most recent drownings
at city-owned Moss Lake.
Ware said he was pleased that
City Council saw the need for the
Coast Guard at Moss Lake and
says his unit wants to teach boating
safety to anyone interested.
Most every weekend the Coast
Squad boat flying its flag can be
seen patrolling the waters of Moss
Lake and Ware, who transferred
from Lake Norman as commander,
is leading the group.
"We love what we do because
we're making a difference in some-
one's life," he said.
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build a snowman.
Carrie Kelly, 12, left, and Kimberly Jackson, 10, play in the snow in the Margrace Community. The
two girls said they enjoyed the the two winter snows in less than a week which gave them plenty of time to
News of the
Grover man dies
from gunshot wound
A Grover man was killed early
last Wednesday when the .25 cal-
iber pistol he was carrying fell
from his pocket, hit the ground and
then fired accidentally, striking him
in the chest.
Patrick O'Neal Roseboro, 23, of
Roseboro Rd., was shot while at-
tempting to get into a friend's car
on North Morgan Street in Shelby.
"This is not the first accidental
shooting we've had from people
dropping guns they were carrying
but it is the first fatality,” said
Captain Shell Byars of the Shelby
Friends rushed Roseboro to
Cleveland Memorial Hospital
where he died about 1 a.m. January
Officers said the hospital is lo-
cated a few blocks from where the
The police report said that Travis
Dawkins, 19, told officers that
* Roseboro ‘called him from a
. friend's home on North Morgan
Street and asked him for a ride
Roseboro was getting into the
back seat on the car's passenger
See Roseboro, §-B
Thursday, January 18, 1996 - THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD - Page 7B
KM's Stanley Jimson joins National Guard
Stanley B. Jimson of Kings
Mountain recently enlisted as a
member of the North Carolina
Army National Guard.
Stanley enlisted as a member of
Company B(-) 505th Engineer
Battalion in Kings Mountain.
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