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A North Carolina man was arrested after he was allegedly involved in the shooting of a store employee who allegedly caught him trying to steal chicken.

On the evening of January 28, a man went to the Walmart Neighborhood Market in the Charlotte area to pick up dog food and chicken. When he was using the self-checkout, he allegedly did not scan the items. An employee believed he was trying to steal the food, and they approached the shopper to address the situation.

According to reports, when the worker talked to the man, he rang up the dog food. As he was walking out, the employee asserted that the customer was still trying to take the chicken without paying for it and he attempted to snatch the package from the alleged fowl thief.

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Three people are facing charges for allegedly stealing approximately $1 M in COVID-19 relief funds from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). 

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Western District of North Carolina reported that during an investigation of a possible fraud case, it was discovered that between March and November 2021, almost $1 M was fraudulently taken from the PPP. 

It was believed that the money was stolen through many fraudulent applications that were submitted for PPP relief in different states for businesses that were not real. 

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A security officer in North Carolina is facing several charges after allegedly sexually assaulting a juvenile in his care while transporting them to a facility.

David Logan Marsh is a 31-year-old from Waxhaw, North Carolina. He was employed with G4S as a security officer.

On September 6, Marsh was working a shift, and he was charged with providing transportation for an underage patient with an Involuntary Commitment Order.

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When a man in Walmart reportedly coughed on a patron on purpose and stated that he had the coronavirus the authorities arrested and charged him for the poorly received prank.

26-year-old Robert Eugene Heffner Jr. lives in Belmont, North Carolina.

Governor Roy Cooper issued a statewide order to the people of North Carolina stating that they must adhere to social distancing.

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A North Carolina Wells Fargo employee has been accused of stealing $90,000 from the financial institution after he was found posting images of himself on social media with large stacks of cash.

At the end of last April, 29-year-old Arlando Henderson accepted a job offer to work inside the cash vault at a Charlotte, North Carolina, branch of Wells Fargo bank.

A couple of months after Henderson started his new position, the man allegedly started swiping money that came from deposits made by customers of the bank.

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A mother with a 2-year-old child enrolled at a daycare operating out of a woman’s home in Charlotte, North Carolina, reported the caregiver to the authorities for alleged child abuse after finding a significant amount of bruising on her daughter.

Stella Mack provides childcare out of her home-based business called “Mom’s Timeout.” The mother who filed the complaint, who requested to remain anonymous, stated that she thought Mack was a reputable person that she could trust. She discovered bruises on her daughter which worsened the next day, and that is when she notified law enforcement.

The mother claimed, “This couldn’t have been something just like a small spanking because she was bruised for four days.” Mack allegedly sent text message communication to the mom stating that she had caused the bruising, and that she did not realize she had beaten the child that badly.

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