On Monday they walked into local schools. On Tuesday they called Gov. Pat McCrory. On Wednesday teachers graded papers in public, including local malls. On Thursday they had teach-ins at schools. And on Friday they were scheduled to have a rally downtown.
Nearly a year ago the owner of the Fast Food Mart on Broad Street asked the sheriff’s office for a deputy to provide security during the business’s rush hours because of “scary” guys who used to hang out in front of the store.
Two of three victims of a drive-by attack on Danube Lane have been released from a hospital, Durham police said Tuesday at the same time they repeated their plea for information to help them find the shooters.