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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Cape Fear Community College faculty, staff and students will gather to remember Joshua Proutey, a student murdered in downtown Wilmington last month.

The memorial service is from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at CFCC’s downtown campus in room L-110 A. A campus minister and representatives from the CFCC Counseling Center will be available for counseling and conversations about the grieving process.

Also, the four people charged in connection with Proutey’s murder are due back in New Hanover County Court.

Investigators say Quintel Grady shot and killed Proutey during a robbery outside the Community Arts Center December 13.

Grady, Daniel Henry, Jasmine Dottin and Christopher Cromartie are all charged with murder and robbery.

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3 Comments on "CFCC honors Proutey; suspects due in court"

2015 years 10 months ago

I would refuse as well. Unless the deputy had probable cause, there should have been no search. And don’t give me the line of “if you’re innocent, you have nothing to hide”. If I am innocent, I still have my rights and I will not willingly give them up.

No body
2015 years 10 months ago

Praying for the victims family. R.I.P. Joshua.

Quintel is innocent until proven guilty. Quintel was in one of my classes in highschool. When he was introduced to the class half way through the year he stated his name. Classmates laughed at his name and he(Quintel) looked around embarrassed and mad(I felt bad for him). later in the semester class got RANDOMLY searched once, everyone complied BUT QUINTEL, acting all gansta at the deputy ballin up his fist. acted like he had somethin to prove.(I thought he was an idiot)

Ilove wilmington
2015 years 10 months ago

Schools should be allowed to search students at any given time. It should be just like at an airport. Grady shot Josh for absolutely no reason and in sick and twisted. He should never walk free again, ever. We need to protect the innocent, not the criminals.


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