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Top Stories for Friday, April 18th, 2014:






An Angier man, convicted of the 1993 murder of his father, has been approved for parole through a state initiative called the Mutual Agreement Parole Program (MAPP) after nearly 20 years in prison, according to a press release sent out this week.

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With spring break and prom season in full swing and the school year-end rapidly approaching, the North Carolina State Highway Patrol will conduct Operation “Drive to Live” — and the kick-off will beat Triton High School.

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By TYLER DOUGLAS

Of The Record Staff

It is easy to see the popularity of football in the Sandhills. From the resurgence of Campbell’s Fighting Camels to the crowds of excited parents and students at Triton, Harnett Central, Western Harnett, South Johnston and Midway High schools — people in this arealove their pigskin.

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By KEILAH GOFF

Of The Record Staff

A convenient store visit turned dangerous for a Dunn woman who reported she and her passengers were victims of an armed carjacking and robbery.

Alicia Wood, 31 of Meadowlark Road reported she had driven her Ford truck to the Liberty Mart at 1100 N. Ellis Ave. to purchase food and cigarettes. Her young daughter was in the back seat, and they picked up a friend, Michael Willis, along the way.

According to the Dunn Police report, Ms. Wood...


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By KEILAH GOFF

Of The Record Staff

Dunn Police have made an arrest following a violent encounter with a man who was Tasered twice before being subdued and involuntary committed.

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By KEILAH GOFF

Of The Record Staff

Two women who were accompanied by their toddlers were arrested for shoplifting at the Walmart in Dunn.

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By OONAGH McQUARRIE

Of The Record Staff

Anyone who makes the commute from Erwin to Dunn for work, or lives in town is familiar with the cones set up near the intersection of Erwin Road and Cumberland Street.

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