In 2017, one North Carolina county blew all others away when it came to the number of cases of someone being “intoxicated and disruptive” . . . a misdemeanor.
Buncombe County led the pack . . . with 552 cases of people charged with allegedly being intoxicated and disruptive, according to records from the N.C.Administrative Office of the Courts.
Wake County came in at No. 2 with 324 cases, followed by Mecklenburg (275), Guilford (264) and New Hanover (219).
Mecklenburg moved up one spot this year to claim third place.
YUP! We beat out Charlotte!