A recent report in Business Insider calls out colleges and universities across the country for underreporting and mishandling sex crimes that happen on campus. The University of North Carolina was specifically mentioned for the piece calls its "protect[ion] of rapists."
One teen, three young adults and one parent have been implicated in a drug ring that allegedly trafficked LSD, heroin and bath salts at a North Carolina high school. An undercover investigation by the Iredell County Sheriff's Office, aided by information from a student who got into a fight with deputies while allegedly high on LSD, ended in the arrest of four of those believed to be involved and awaiting the fifth to voluntarily surrender.
A university student admitted to hiding his Iphone in the bathroom at his school in order to record women undressing. He then uploaded the videos he collected to a pornography website. A friend of one of the students who became an unintentional actor in one of the videos recognized and alerted her that she was being featured in internet pornography, triggering the investigation that led to the student filmmaker.
An online drug sales ring, a home chemistry lab and student drug dealers are being talked about after the death of a 17-year-old Raleigh high school student from an LSD overdose. Another 17-year-old student was arrested and charged with selling the LSD that resulted in the death by apparent overdose.
After receiving a tip from another student, Chatham County Deputies arrested three students, ages 17, 17 and 20, and charged each with at least one felony drug offense. The police tip that kicked off the investigation and arrests related to possession of LSD blotter paper and possible sale of LSD paper on or off of school grounds.