Crime Stoppers 30th Annual BBQ -January 21st, 2022.

Each year Union County Crime Stoppers gets excited for its' Annual BBQ. This upcoming BBQ will be held on Friday, January 21st, 2022 from 11:00am - 6:00pm at the Union County Agricultural Center in memory of Ray Cook. Ray Cook passed away July 9, 2021 and was a tremendous supporter of Union County Crime Stopper's Annual BBQ. 

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Hendrick Chevrolet Cadillac Monroe.

The event will kick off with Village Green performing. Also, we will announce the Union County Crime Stoppers Law ​Enforcement Officer of the Year.

​Special Guest this year include: Union County Commissioners: Dennis Rape - Chairman, David Williams - Co-Chairman, Stony Rushing, Richard Helms, and Jerry Simpson; Miss North Carolina 2022, Carli Batson; Union County Sheriff, Eddie Cathey and his agency; Union County District Attorney, Trey Robinson; U.S. House of Representatives, Dan Bishop; State House of Representatives, Todd Johnson; Clerk of Union County Superior Court, J.R. Rowell; Chief District Court Judge, Erin Hucks; Chief Resident Superior Court Judge, Jonathan Perry;  WBTV News Anchor, Dee Dee Gatton; and Miss Unionville2022, Riley Victoria York of Piedmont High School.

Barbeque will be prepared by Ronnie Cook.

Thank you to the numerous volunteers and law enforcement officers who work tirelessly to ​prepare for this event, to all who help raise money for the Union County Crime Stoppers' one and only fundraiser of the year. 
Proceeds help to provide rewards towards anonymous tips given throughout the year that help to enable law enforcement to solve crimes in Union County.

Thank You to our Volunteers

Union County Crime Stoppers is a 501(c)3 organization operating solely by volunteers. There are no paid employees.

They begin days ahead to make sure everything is purchased and set up ready to go the day of the barbeque. They come one day prior to begin preparing slaw and beans. On the morning of the event they show up early to get everything ready to go out the door by lunch time. There are also teams of police officers that deliver take-out meals to area businesses who can't make it to the Ag Center for lunch.

​We couldn't do it without all the volunteers who work tirelessly to make the event a success! Special thank you the Union County Sheriff's Office, Monroe, and Marshville Police Departments and many more community members.