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slaying turns himself in.
Greensboro– A male desired about a deadly shooting on Oct. 3 turned himself in on Tuesday, authorities stated.
Jmal Rashad Townsend, 20, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 22-year-old Brandon Maurice Frye. He is also charged with burglary with a hazardous weapon.
He turned himself into cops at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday at the station at 1106 Maple St., cops stated in a press release.
Authorities found Frye about 4:50 p.m. on Oct. 3 in his home at the Stonesthrow Apartment complex at 2446 S. Holden Road. He was experiencing a gunshot injury to the chest.
imprisoned in Nov. 7 murder.
Burlington– A 17-year-old desired in a Nov. 7 shooting death has been apprehended.
Najee Camell Moore of Burlington was jailed without event Monday in the 500 block of Cherry Grove Road in Caswell County, according to an authority press release. He is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 17-year-old Travonte Contrell Compton.
Moore was positioned in the Alamance County Jail without bail. He was also served with a previous warrant on a charge of the heist about another examination. Bail for that charge was set at $100,000.
A 16-year-old was also apprehended for the killing. Jayla Shenese Knox, also of Burlington, was charged with the device after the truth.
Knox was also put in the Alamance County Jail on bail set at $15,000.
Couple contributes $2.8 M to Forsyth Tech Community College.
Winston-Salem– A previous chairman of Lowe’s Companies Inc. and his better half have offered Forsyth Technical Community College its biggest contribution to an individual in school history.
Robert L. and Elizabeth M. Strickland provided the school $2.8 million to be used for the college’s profession.
The couple, who are a long time Winston-Salem citizen, wished to make the contribution to the neighborhood college to enhance the lives of trainees so they can find significant professions, they stated through the school.
Before the Stricklands’ contribution, the next-largest sized contribution from an individual had to do with $800,000, stated Gary Green, president of Forsyth Tech.
The contribution will be used to enhance a recently produced director position at the profession center, Forsyth Tech’s very first endowed position. The position will be accountable for collaborating the advancement and operation of all profession advancement programs supplied by the college.
The contribution permits the neighborhood college to finish its Pathways to Possibilities Campaign, going beyond the $18 million objectives.