A Charlotte police officer was indicted on voluntary manslaughter charges this week, the second opportunity a Grand Jury has had to consider the facts and charges in the case. The first Grand Jury to review the shooting death of Jonathan Ferrell declined to indict the Charlotte cop, Randall Kerrick, on voluntary manslaughter charges. That Grand Jury had requested the case be resubmitted with lesser charges.
For a year and a half, Natosha Boyd requested reimbursement for travel expenses that exceeded her actual costs, totaling over $400,000 in fraudulent claims for payment. She was part of a conspiracy of at least seven people at Fort Bragg who obtained hundreds of thousands of dollars by submitting false claims to the government.
The city of Cherryville is missing about $500,000 from its budget, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Charlotte. Two of its former employees - Bonny Alexander and Jennifer Hoyle - are facing federal embezzlement charges for misuse of $435,000 and $92,000 in public funds.
Marc Hubbard was being held in jail in North Carolina on federal fraud charges was released by order of a federal judge earlier this month. He was not free man though; the judge released him so that he could travel, on his own, to Hawaii for his arraignment on those federal charges.
Six North Carolina men have been indicted for their role in robbing a Mooresville car dealership owner of $1.5 million in July. The men allegedly broke into the man's home where he kept a large safe with money from his used car business. The men threatened to kill his children if he did not comply with their demands during the North Carolina robbery.