A tourist caught a shooting on Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach during a Facebook live video. Despite what you will hear, no officer was shot during the incident, Myrtle Beach police say. Video provided by Bubba Hinson on Facebook.
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Trump-supporter Rosalia Lugo speaks out against counter-protesters in downtown Durham after hundreds came out believing white supremacists were going to rally. Her son who is 9 is at left. She did not want to provide his name.
About 100 activists walked down to the jail to support 3 people turning themselves in Thursday morning in connection with the toppling of the Confederate statue on Monday. Initially, the supportive crowd planned to “symbolically” turn themselves in, but officials at the jail blocked their entry into the buildings.
Dante Emmanuel Strobino, 35, Ngoc Loan Tran, 24, and Peter Hull Gilbert, 39, all of Durham, were arrested on Wednesday for their alleged participation in the removal of a Confederate statue on Monday. They appeared in court for the first time on Thursday.
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Takiya Thompson tells reporters why she chose to climb a Confederate statue in Durham and attach a rope to help pull the statue over. Thompson was arrested after holding a press conference on the campus of N.C. Central University, where she is a student.