Former Randleman Police employee indicted for larceny

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Sharon Ledbetter Hardison

RANDLEMAN, N.C. — A Randolph County Grand Jury has returned a True Bill of Indictment for larceny by an employee on a former Randleman Police Department employee, Sharon Ledbetter Hardison.

Sharon Ledbetter Hardison

Sharon Ledbetter Hardison

According to a press release, Randleman Police Chief Steve Leonard discovered that more than $7,800 was missing from the evidence room while taking inventory on Nov. 11, 2013.

Chief Leonard contacted the Randolph County District Attorney’s Office and a request was made from ADA Andy Gregson to the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation to take over the investigation.

Hardison had been employed with the Randleman Police Department since 1995 until she was terminated in November 2013.

Hardison was the department’s evidence custodian and had been since early 2000.


  • WeBuiltThisCountry

    Pig, I wonder how many people she incarcerated for stilling,burglary while she was a pig? Double standard, she should be in prison!

  • Leigh

    From your other comments, you love nothing more than tearing anyone down, so I’m sure you do find anything easy to believe.

  • John

    All I can say is that it couldn’t have happened to a more deserving person. Karma is a…well you know what they say. I’ve known that both she and her husband were crooks for years.

  • Kaley

    The audacity of you people who have the nerve to talk junk about someone who made a bad decision is unbelievable. I know that every single person who has posted a comment on this story has done something wrong in your life once or twice and more than likely more than that have you made bad decisions. Sharon is part of my family and I don’t appreciate all the horrible things you people are saying about her. You have no right to judge someone until you have been in their situation. You have no idea what kind of things people are going through until you get to know them. So as for you people who judge someone before you know there situation, you need to look at yourself and realize that you are far from perfect and that you have no right to judge someone until you’ve been in their shoes. Just remember that what goes around, comes around and that Karma is a pain. So the next time you go to judge somebody, keep that in your mind because the person that may be gossiped about could be your family or even yourself and you need to think about how you would feel if it were your family being talked about.

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