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Man dead after morning shooting in Tabor City

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A man is dead after being shot on a Tabor City street in broad daylight. Full story...
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Tabor City bank robbed

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Tabor City Police Chief Donald Dowless says the BB&T on Hickman Road in Tabor City was robbed around 2:45 p.m. Thursday. So far investigators have not released a description of the robber. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Why Tabor City Police always respond to Sen. Soles's house

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Former State Senator R.C. Soles lives near Tabor City, but not "in" Tabor City. His sprawling estate is outside of the official city limits. Yet whenever something happens at the house, Tabor City Police always respond, even though it's technically out of their jurisdiction. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Tabor City Cop who forgot about Frog interview has own legal issues

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The Tabor City Police Detective who discovered an interview with Allen "Frog" Strickland Sunday night and caused the mistrial today has legal issues of his own. Det. Greg Sibbett is on administrative leave from the Tabor City Police Department. He's charged with assault by pointing a gun and two counts of illegally arresting two men. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Stacey Scott speaks out about R.C. Soles

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video Tabor City Police say they found a man lying in the middle of the road early Friday morning. That man was Stacey Scott. Scott says former Sen. R.C. Soles attacked him with a metal pipe, held a gun to his head, and threatened to kill him if he told anyone about what happened. This did not keep Scott from telling his side of the story. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Stacey Scott speaks out to WWAY about R.C. Soles

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video This is the raw, uncut footage of our interview. We will have more on this story Sunday, on WWAY NewsChannel 3 at 11 p.m. ** WARNING: SOME OF THE LANGUAGE IN THIS INTERVIEW MAY BE OFFENSIVE AND IS NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. ** Full story...
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"Frog" back in hot water; May face $1 million bond like Wright

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video One of the men at the center of the R.C. Soles saga is back in hot water. Allen "Frog" Strickland is accused of vandalizing the former senators home and law office. This time around, though, Strickland may not be able to get out of jail so easily. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: B.J. Wright facing $1 million bond, Allen Strickland in and out of jail for incidents at Soles's home

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video Two young men with a checkered past and connections to R.C Soles are back in trouble after another incident at the former senator's home. Full story...
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UPDATE: Warrants issued in store clerk's murder

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Warrants have been issued for three men believed to be responsible for a shooting at a Tabor City convenience store Sunday night. The Tabor City Police Department says the three men will face homicide and armed robbery charges in connection to last night's shooting. Full story...
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Cashier killed in shooting at Tabor City convenience store

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videoA convenience store clerk is dead after a shooting in Tabor City Sunday night. Full story...
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Woman cannot save disabled husband from fire

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videoA woman struggles to drag her husband from their burning home, but she just couldn't get him out. The disabled man died in the early-morning fire in Columbus County. Flames hurt the wife. Full story...
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Former cop arrested for impersonating cop

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A former Fair Bluff and Tabor City police officer has been arrested again, this time for impersonating a police officer. Full story...
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Fatal stabbing in Tabor City

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A domestic dispute turned deadly in Tabor City tonight. Full story...
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Man linked to Soles arrested again

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Sunday, the 75-year-old senator got into a confrontation with 24-year-old B.J. Wright in the parking lot of the Tabor City Police Department. Full story...
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Tabor City cop hoping to clear name

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Lt. Greg Sibbett thought there was a chance the judge would dismiss the charges against him today, but it turned out to be more of an administrative court hearing. Full story...
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