While the Rolling Stones were playing inside Carter-Finley Stadium on Wednesday night, agents from the Secretary of State's office were outside seizing 381 counterfeit souvenir T-shirts and arresting five people.
State insurance investigators arrested a Raleigh man Tuesday on charges of using a false name to get auto insurance policies and swindling insurers by filing eight phony claims about thefts and vandalism.
The death of a Cary teen happened when she was trying to stop four people who had stolen marijuana that she came to a park to sell them, police said in seeking a search warrant they got before charging the four with murder.
Four defendants from Morrisville faced a judge for the first time Monday in the death of a 16-year-old Green Hope High School student. All four were denied bail in a case police describe as a Cary drug deal gone wrong. One attorney said the case involved “a quarter bag of weed.”
Jourdan Chanquion Mack, 20; Beth Marie Strange, 18; Abijah James Masse, 17; and Joshua Odell Simmons, 17, who are all charged with the first-degree murder of Katie Burdick-Crow, a 16-year-old Green Hope High School, make their first court appearance Monday, June 29, 2015 at the Wake County Justice Center.
A Wake County man was charged Sunday with assault after, police and witnesses said, he entered an an LGBT bar, angrily criticized the Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing same-sex marriage and then slapped the owner.