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Tabor City man pleads guilty to insurance fraud

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A Tabor City man pleaded guilty in federal court to crop insurance fraud. Patrick Lovett, a farmer and president of Lovett Farms, faces up to 10 years in prison. Full story...
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Sen. Soles won't get award after all

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videoA Monday event in Whiteville honoring former state Sen. R.C. Soles, D-Columbus, has been canceled, Carolina Journal has learned. According to a man associated with the event who did not want to be identified, Soles decided Thursday to cancel the event awarding the Order of the Long Leaf Pine after Soles learned that CJ had been unable to find any record showing that former Gov. Bev Perdue approved the award. Full story...
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Fair Bluff Town Manager doesn't like to see himself on TV; Won't address employee who wrecked car

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Wednesday Town Manager Al Leonard did not have any answers about what has or will happen. video Leonard, who ran for state House last year and also serves as Tabor City's Manager, refused to go on camera saying, "I don't like to see myself on TV." Full story...
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Deputies say shootings that cross state lines may be connected

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video The Columbus County Sheriff's Office says two shootings on Friday that cross state lines may be connected. Police say Timothy Goings and Natasha Smith were shot Friday in the Green Acres community in Tabor City. Full story...
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Twin brothers arrested in connection to Christmas day murder

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video The Columbus County Sheriff's Office says two men have been arrested in connection to a Christmas day murder. Napolean Cooper and his twin brother Lapoleon Cooper were arrested for the murder of Gilberto Segovia. 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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Fourth suspect wanted in Tabor City shooting

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video A month after being shot in the face and neck the health of a Tabor City man has finally stabilized. Full story...
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One man wanted, four more surrender in Loris shooting

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Two Columbus County men have turned themselves in to police in connection with a shooting in Loris, SC, earlier this month. David Hemingway, 20, and Xavier Hemingway, 17, both of Tabor City, turned themselves in Monday. Full story...
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Warrants issued for three wanted for Tabor City shooting, robbery

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Police have warrants for three men they believe are connected to the robbery and shooting of David Grubbs in a Tabor City church parking lot. Full story...
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Woman in jail, three men wanted for Tabor City shooting

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video New details about a shooting last week in Tabor City. A woman has turned herself in to police in connection with the crime. Full story...
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Tabor City shooting victim recovering after surgery

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The man shot in Tabor City early yesterday morning is in serious condition in a Myrtle Beach hospital. Full story...
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Police say string of crimes overnight ends with man shot in neck, face

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video An early-morning shooting in Tabor City may be linked to as many as five people in two states. Police say they are working to figure out what crimes fit where after a shooting in a church parking lot led investigators to three other crimes throughout the night. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Man who says Soles molested him wants to make formal complaint

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videoA man who says former state Sen. R.C. Soles molested him three decades ago is trying to tell his story, but he says law enforcement turned him away. Toby Faircloth has told his story to WWAY before, but now he wants to file a formal complaint. Full story...
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No charges filed in Tabor City lawn mower death

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The District Attorney says no charges will be filed in the death of a child run over by a lawnmower, which has been ruled an accident. Full story...
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A song in honor of Frog's 5 days on the run

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Now that Allen "Frog" Strickland is sitting comfortably in the Columbus County jail on a $25 million bond, it seemed appropriate to honor his five day run from the cops with a special song. Full story...
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