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Showing 3 articles from May 3, 2013.

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Breaking News: Man sentenced on federal counterfeit charges
A Franklin County man was sentenced this week to 3.5 years in jail on federal counterfeit charges.
Matthew Williams, 25, was sentenced April 30 to spend 42 months in jail on charges of conspiracy to make counterfeit currency, and manufacturing counterfeit currency.
He was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine.

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Breaking News: Meth lab busted
Breaking News: Meth lab busted
PEARCES — Vice officers expecting to round up suspects for selling marijuana and illegal pills stumbled upon a clandestine meth lab.
The evening of May 1, Franklin County narcotics officers arrested eight people inside a home in the 1000 block of Old Halifax Road, alleging they all had a hand in the illegal and dangerous operation.

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JACKIE MOORE GUPTON
LOUISBURG - Jackie Moore Gupton, 53, of Louisburg died Tuesday night, April 30, 2013, at her home.  Jackie loved her family, friends, her home, working in her garden and she loved her two dogs, Zoe and Ty. 

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