After two women were robbed outside a Durham mall on Thursday, followed by a woman who was sexually assaulted after she was taken from a Fayetteville shopping center on Friday, holiday shoppers are concerned for their safety.
With the help of the Fayetteville Police Department, Protesters turned out in Fayetteville Saturday to call attention to the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police.Marchers waved signs along one of the city’s busiest corridors, Skibo Road, chanting “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot.” Passing motorists honked their horns in support.
Word on the curb is that former “Love & Hip-Hop New York” star Emily Bustamante is entering her second trimester of pregnancy with longtime boo thang, rapper Fabolous!
A march mirroring national response to recent police-involved deaths of unarmed black men is scheduled to happened in Fayetteville Saturday afternoon, 1:30pm, at the Walmart on Skibo Rd.
December 12. 2014
Fayetteville police were called to Legendz nightclub in the 3100 block of Raeford Road late Thursday night after a woman walked into the club armed with a gun. Authorities said 34-year-old Nieasha Wingster went inside Legendz upset after her friend was fired from the establishment and wanted to speak with the owner of the business.
Red Springs police are continuing their search for two men who entered a Roscoe’s convenience store Thursday night and shot two people, injuring a store clerk and killing a customer.