Bill Hand BillHandNBSJ If she’d been sitting in her usual chair, Nettie Jones believes, she’d be dealing with a nasty leg wound now.Jones, a grandmother living on Moore Avenue in the Pembroke area, said that at least one bullet struck her house last Friday, entering the building just above floor level in the living room, traveling just past the wingback chair where she usually fits and into the kitchen where it struck the door of her stove.Jones, who relies on a walker for mobility, said she...
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“He was the baby of the family,” Karen Fothergill of Pollocksville said.Her son Matthew was loving and family-oriented, she said. Working a job in Alabama, the 26-year-old had even bought a ticket to come home for Thanksgiving.But 2½ weeks before Thanksgiving, he was dead.Matthew Fothergill was popular, a natural leader who played football in high school.
Bill Hand BillHandNBSJ The Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office arrested eight people on charges of trafficking and transporting narcotics in the county.During an enforcement operation, investigators seized methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, prescription medication and U.S. currency.Undercover officers were used to make controlled purchases as part of the investigation.Arrested were:• Gregory Michael Hopkins, 189 Ireland Road, Alliance. Possession of Schedule II and II, possession of drug...
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