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March 26, 2014 6:01 PM

Gov. Pat McCrory expresses shock at Patrick Cannon’s arrest

UPDATED: Gov. Pat McCrory expressed outrage Wednesday at the news of Mayor Patrick Cannon’s arrest. The former 14-year Charlotte mayor spoke to Cannon for about 10 minutes soon after 10 a.m. Wednesday about the ongoing saga involving control of the Charlotte airport, just a couple hours before his arrest. The news came as a shock, he said.

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