The man who impersonated an Army general and landed a helicopter at SAS is sentenced
Watch ABC11's report on Christian Desgroux, the Raleigh auto mechanic who posed as a U.S. Army general and piloted a helicopter to the SAS campus in Cary to impress a woman.
Desgroux received a 6-month sentence in federal prison July 31, 2018.
Douglas Hall of Raleigh, recounts what happened to him Friday night at WakeMed in Raleigh, when he tried to visit his brother, Frederick Hall. Frederick Hall was hospitalized after an intense altercation with Raleigh police earlier Friday.
Prosecutors have released dashcam video of a 2017 shootout between Daniel Clary and two Pennsylvania troopers following a traffic stop. One trooper was severely injured. Clary was convicted of attempted murder.