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Child's shooting an 'accident'

NASHVILLE -- A 6-year-old Nash County boy was apparently accidentally shot by a teenager showing off a gun on Tuesday afternoon.
According to the Nash County Sheriff's Office, a 16-year-old boy and his 6-year-old brother were outside a home in the 5900 block of Maggie Road talking with some friends of the teenager. One of the friends, another 16-year-old, was reportedly showing off a gun when it went off and the shot struck the youngster.


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Authorities link stabbing, shooting, car chase

ZEBULON -- Johnston County authorities arrested a Raleigh man whom Franklin County investigators have linked to a shooting that was believed to have been sparked by a domestic assault involving a knife.
Hassan Sean Carlos, 40, was arrested over the weekend.


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Naked, bloody fugitive leaves residents shaken

YOUNGSVILLE -- A Youngsville-area resident was in the market for better home security when an incident involving a stabbing, an officer-related shooting and a naked suspect ended on his front porch -- literally.
The afternoon of Feb. 19, Franklin County sheriff's deputies arrested Andrew Cates, charging him with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury.


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