Operation Swift Justice Scoops Up 157 Suspects in Cumberland Cty

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A sweeping dragnet by the U.S. Marshal for the Eastern District of North Carolina together with local police resulted in a total of 152 arrests July 17-19. The officers were armed with 202 warrants, and the arrests were for offenses ranging from robbery to drug and firearms offenses, as well as violation of probation. The
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Former University Student Accused of Robbing a Bank

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Crimes involving larceny can burden your record forever. Larceny includes offenses such as breaking and entering, robbery, shoplifting and embezzlement. In recent news, a man from Chapel Hill, who was out on bond for his connection with two bank robberies, has recently been accused of robbing another bank. The suspect is a former University of
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Defendant Sentenced for One Crime Awaits Trial for Another

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After more than seven days of testimony, a jury deliberated for a few hours before coming back with a guilty verdict in a high-profile North Carolina murder case. The defendant will spend the rest of his life in prison for his part in the death of a Chapel Hill student. He was convicted of first-degree
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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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‘drugs and Desperation’ – Repeat Robber Suspect Arrested

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Authorities arrested a 37-year-old Durham man this week in connection with the series of Wake County bank robberies. Picked up for probation violation, he was later charged with one count of attempted common law robbery and six counts of common law robbery. Common law robbery, in which the suspect does not produce a weapon, is
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