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Murder

Fairmont man dies days after gunshot wound

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Charges against a Rowland man have been upgraded to murder after a 21-year-old man's death from a gunshot wound. Full story...
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Holiday murder investigations continue in Columbus County

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videoInvestigators did not have time to rest this holiday in Columbus County. There were two murders near Tabor City over the holiday: one Christmas Eve, and another one Christmas day. Full story...
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Deputies investigate murders on Christmas Eve & Christmas Day

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Deputies in Columbus County are investigating two unrelated shooting deaths near Tabor City. Full story...
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Suspects arrested in connection with murder of 21-year-old

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A deaf man was trying to take his girlfriend Christmas shopping when he was ambushed, robbed and murdered in North Charlotte Friday night, according to several family members. Full story...
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Community comes together to mourn loss of student

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videoA week after 19-year-old CFCC student Josh Proutey was murdered in downtown Wilmington the community continues to mourn. Today, counselors offered their support at a public grief forum. Counselors hope this afternoon's forum will be the first step in the healing process. Full story...
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Slain student remembered in Clayton

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video A Cape Fear Community College student who was shot to death and robbed of a sandwich, cell phone, and $10 was remembered at a service in Clayton Wednesday. Full story...
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Two accused in CFCC student's murder talk about the crime, impact

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videoIt has been just 5 days since 19-year-old Joshua Proutey was murdered in Downtown Wilmington. Tonight, WWAY’s Matt Ray was the only reporter to talk to two of the suspects. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Mom of 2004 murder victim wants assault weapon ban

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video The White House said President Obama supports Sen. Dianne Feinstein's plan to introduce a bill to ban assault weapons. One Wilmington mother says that in her mind that isn't even a question. Full story...
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WWAY learns more about the suspects in CFCC student's murder

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videoMonday, four people were each charged with felony first-degree murder in the death of 19-year-old student Josh Proutey. Now, we are learning more about the accused. Full story...
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Mother remembers life of murdered son

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videoJoshua Proutey was described as a vibrant, hardworking young man who dreamed of being a marine officer and later a physicians assistant. All of that was taken away from him Thursday night in what police are calling a senseless act of violence. Full story...
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Four charged in murder of CFCC student

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video Four people appeared in a New Hanover County courtroom this morning accused of murdering Joshua Proutey, 19, who was found dead of a gunshot wound in a parking lot near 2nd and Orange streets Thursday night. Full story...
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Marine in NC charged with killing fellow Marine

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Authorities say a Marine at Camp Lejeune has been charged with murder in the off-base shooting death of a fellow Marine in his same division. Full story...
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Community Arts Center performance honors murder victim's memory

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video19-year-old Joshua Todd Proutey was shot and killed leaving work at the Hannah Block Second Street Stage Thursday night. Today, the Thalian Association Children's Theater went ahead with its performance to honor his memory. Full story...
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20 children dead in Connecticut school massacre

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video Police aren't say what may have motivated a man to open fire inside two classrooms at a Connecticut elementary school today, but a law enforcement official who has been briefed on the investigation says the gunman was believed to suffer from a personality disorder Full story...
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Student's murder raises questions of downtown safety

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videoJosh Proutey's body was found at 11 p.m. in what is typically considered a safe part of town, but neighboring business owners are not shocked. They do not blame downtown Wilmington. They blame criminals. Full story...
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