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Alcohol Law Enforcement

NC agent investigated over fender bender is fired

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A special agent for North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement has been fired after wrecking his state car while driving with a revoked license. Full story...
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27 charged after Robeson County dog fighting raid

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North Carolina authorities have charged 27 people with a variety of crimes stemming from what investigators say was a Robeson County dog-fighting ring that drew participants from three other states. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Neighbors complain about dangers from bar

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video Some neighbors say a Wilmington bar is causing major problems, including shootings and drug use, but the bar owner says his business is going above and beyond to improve the community. Full story...
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Edgecombe commission chair caught in gambling raid

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The chairman of the Edgecombe County Board of Commissioners was among the 10 people charged after a raid of illegal gambling operations last weekend. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Is Club 609 the new Rhino Club?

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video The shooting death at Club 609 early Sunday morning marks the second murder at a Wilmington night club this year. Some people say after the Rhino Club closed down following the murder of a gang leader, Club 609 became the new hang out and attracted the same crowd. Full story...
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Four Carolina Beach bars cited for serving underage

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video Last week Havana's Fresh Island Seafood, Tangerine Grill, Sonny's Lounge and Hoplight Pub all served a 19-year-old girl working for ALE. Full story...
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Bartender charged with serving teen killed in crash

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video According to an Alcohol Law Enforcement investigation, the bartender, 22-year-old Vincent Murphy, invited 19-year-old Marjorie Whitney to the bar before she crashed her car and died on Carolina Beach Road. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: ALE investigating three Downtown Wilmington bars; "Last resort" says city attorney

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video Three Downtown Wilmington bars are being investigated by the state. Assistant City Attorney Bill Wolak says investigations like these are a last resort and happen only when law enforcement is not effective in keeping the peace at an establishment. Full story...
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