Sbi to Probe Cary Police Actions … (p. 2)

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We’re continuing our discussion of the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation’s review of the Cary Police Department’s part in a February hostage situation. The suspect apparently did not intend to rob the bank, and he pretended he had a gun though he was unarmed. Police shot and killed. The SBI must determine if the
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Sbi to Probe Cary Police Actions in Suspect’s Shooting Death

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On February 10, 2011, officers of the Cary Police Department’s emergency response team shot and killed a 19-year-old man as he emerged from a bank with a hostage. The ordeal had lasted for three hours, from the moment the man walked into the bank, placed a knit cap over his hand and demanded that an
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No Murder Conviction for Doctor in Fatal Crash

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The trial of the former doctor we discussed in our February 24th post ended Wednesday when the judge sentenced the man to three years in prison. The jury did not buy the prosecution’s argument that the man had committed second-degree murder. Instead, they convicted him of involuntary manslaughter, felony death by motor vehicle and driving
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