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Bloc Boyz “Forgive Me”: http://youtu.be/oD22sEspFE8

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Kang B- Its Da Kang

(Columbia, SC) S.B aka Mr Next Week “The Introduction”

South Carolina’s DOT Director Resigns After DUI Arrest

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2nd Grand Jury To Hear Officer’s Shooting Case

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N.C. NAACP: Charges Dropped Against 50 Protesters

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10-Year-Old Fatally Shoots Self At Home In South Charlotte

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Double murder suspect involved in Fayetteville police standoff

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myfox8.com

FAYETTEVILLE (WTVD) — A 17 year old linked to a double murder in Fayetteville was arrested overnight following a standoff with police.

On Tuesday night, detectives with the Fayetteville Police Department’s Homicide Unit went to a home on Pickerel Street to question Rashawn Javonte Hill about the death of a man and woman at the Cambridge Arms Apartments on Monday night.

According to WTVD, Isaiah Manuel Sampeur, 25, and Pamela Ann Coe, 40, were fatally shot during an altercation after answering the door to an unidentified suspect, according to investigators.

When detectives went inside Hill’s home to question him, authorities said they heard the sound of a shotgun being racked.

They said the suspect then fired a single shot as officers began walking down a hallway.

A detective then fired one round at the suspect. No one was injured.

Officers negotiated with Hill to surrender and arrested him.

He…

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Charlotte Officer Not Indicted In Fatal Shooting

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Prosecutors: Thieves Stole $2M After Planting Devices On Gas Pumps

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CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Thieves planted devices on gas pumps to copy credit and bank card numbers and used the data to steal more than $2 million in a scheme that hopscotched from the Southeast to New York City to the West Coast, prosecutors say.

Four suspects pleaded not guilty to money laundering and other charges Tuesday in Manhattan. Nine others were being arrested. A lawyer for accused ringleader Davit Kudugulyan declined to comment.

Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said the group somehow installed devices that captured card and PIN numbers inside pumps at gas stations in Georgia, South Carolina and Texas.

Prosecutors say the scammers then forged new cards, withdrew cash from Manhattan ATMs, deposited it in bank accounts and withdrew it again from banks in California and Nevada.

Kudugulyan; Garegin Spartalyan, 40; Aram Martirosian, 34; and Hayk Dzhandzhapanyan, 40, are charged in a 426-count indictment with money…

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