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TABOR CITY, NC (WWAY) — A teen with ties to former state Sen. R.C. Soles is still on the run tonight.

Tabor City Police say Allen “Frog” Strickland called Chief Donald Dowless Saturday and said he would turn himself in this morning. At last check, the teen has not shown up.

According to investigators Strickland showed up at the home of Soles last week. The teen allegedly threw a bottle at Soles’s car, but police say the vehicle was not damaged.

Forty-five minutes later Frog showed up at a nearby gas station and cut off his GPS monitor. He has been considered a fugitive since.

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2016 years 2 months ago

Come on WWAY, can’t you find something else to report?

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JusticeNow
2016 years 2 months ago

A mockery of the justice system … a waste of time for law enforcement … isn’t there more important news …

Well, I agree – to a point. What if RC had been a Republican all these years – chasing after teenaged girls … buying them cars, giving them cash, purchasing homes and land … etc etc? I’d just bet Boy Scout Roy Cooper, our alleged state Attorney General, would have been zealously pursuing Soles.

I don’t understand why whoever put up the $1 million bond/bail (can’t keep straight which is which) isn’t public knowledge. If it involves a… Read more »

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