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Murder Mayhem Series Vol.1 No.3 Second man goes to trial in 2012 Bingo Hall Murder

After almost six years, the second man involved in the brutal murder of Kim Flournoy of Jacksonville, NC goes to trial this week in Onslow County Superior Court. Kim Flournoy, age 65 was robbed and killed as she entered the T-N-T Beach Bingo hall in Jacksonville with over $500 cash in her purse on December 30, 2012. Police reports told

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Teen defendants in the murder case of a former Onslow County deputy William Clifton set for trial

Grand jury indictments were issued by the Onslow County Prosecuting Attorney Jamie B. Askins on October 9, 2018 for defendants Caitlyn Ridgeway and William Welch. Caitlyn Ridgeway was brought into Onslow County Superior Court on Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at the 2pm session in the first degree murder of former Onslow County Deputy William Clifton. The death penalty will not

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Triggerman sentenced in 2014 murder of Elmer Hudler today

In July of this year, The Onslow Beat began covering the tragic and senseless murder of Mr. Elmer Hudler, a man well loved by his community and family in  Murder Mayhem Series (Vol 1. No. 2). On April 21, 2014, Elmer Lee Hudler was shot three times in the head with a .25 cal pistol, in his bed, in his

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Murder Mayhem Series Vol.1 No.2: Son of slain Elmer Hudler trial soon to begin

UPDATE: On October 3, 2018 Josh Hudler, the son of Elmer Hudler was sentenced to a minimum of 21 years and a maximum of 25 years in prison for second degree murder of his father. The DA never had intention of seeking the death penalty.

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Murder Mayhem Series Vol.1 No.1: Murder of Sheldon Prawl 10/31/13

Shop Amazon Devices – $10 off Certified Refurbished Echo Dot—$29.99 for a limited time UPDATE 08/16/18: #verdict2 #MurderOfSheldonPrawl Today in Onslow County Superior Court, Carleton Davis, age 38, was found guilty (convicted) of second-degree murder and felony concealment of a death bearing sentence to serve a total of 38-48 years in prison. Earlier this year, Richard Grady Jackson issued a

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