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March 2012 Archives

Former Johnston County Teacher Faces Sex Abuse Charges

Sex crime charges continue to mount as more students come forward with information about a Clayton man accused of various sex crimes against children, including statutory rape, sex with a student, sexual battery and indecent liberties, all with boys under 16-years-old.

Excessive Speeding = Arrest For North Carolina Teen Drivers

A Raleigh teen and a Piedmont teen were recently arrested under North Carolina's new zero-tolerance law teens driving at excessive speeds. As of last October, a driver under age 18 on a provisional North Carolina driver's license can be arrested if stopped for going 15 mph over the posted speed limit. An adult driver in the same situation would merely receive a speeding ticket.

Fatal DWI Crash Ends in Second Degree Murder Charges

A Maysville head-on crash killed one person and injured another when an allegedly drunk driver of a GMC pickup crossed the yellow line and hit an oncoming Cadillac CTS. The GMC driver also hit another car, a Chevy Equinox, but that driver was not injured.

A Sentence After Your Sentence - Commitment for Federal Sex Crimes

The federal prison in Butner, North Carolina is made up of four facilities that house and treat individuals convicted of federal crimes: a Federal Medical Center (FMC), two medium security institutions and a low security institution. Also at Butner is a home for those convicted of federal sex crimes that the government doesn't want to release into the public, even after they've served their court-ordered sentence.

New Hanover high school football coach charged with assault

A New Hanover County man was recently charged with assault and assault with a deadly weapon after an apparent outburst of anger involving five high school football players. Authorities say that the assistant football coach at Hoggard High School struck some players in the head, grabbed at least one player by the neck and hit a wooden stick on a table to scare another player.

Clayton mother charged with drug possession after shooting

A Clayton mother who was a victim of violence in her apartment earlier this month now faces various drug charges. Authorities say that the 27-year-old woman was shot when a man came to her apartment door and asked to see someone. The woman told the visitor that the person he sought was not there and the visitor allegedly shot the woman as she closed the door.

North Carolina Man Charged With Sex Crime One Day After Leaving Prison

A 30-year-old North Carolina man was arrested one day after he was released from prison. Goldsboro Police Department spokesperson reported that the man allegedly sexually assaulted a 21-year-old acquaintance the evening after the man left the prison. The man has been charged with second degree rape in connection with the crime.

Deadly Bar Fight Leads to Murder Charge for North Carolina Law Student

A night of drinking at Ed's Tavern in Dilworth Sunday turned deadly when a 23-year-old law student threw 26-year-old man into the path of an oncoming car. A passing BMW car struck the 26-year-old man, causing fatal injuries.

Ex-NASCAR Driver Cries "Conspiracy!" in North Carolina

A former racecar driver in North Carolina claims that law enforcement officials and NASCAR are involved in a conspiracy against him. A grand jury handed down indictments against Jeremy Mayfield on February 20 for possession of stolen property and obtaining property by false pretense.

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