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The Associated Press

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Toddler dies while staying with relative

INDIAN TRAIL — Investigators in North Carolina said a 2-year-old boy was found dead by his mother after he spent the night at the home of a relative.

The Union County Sheriff’s Office said on its social media pages that detectives are looking into the death of Louis-Charles Gilbert Chenier. The child was found dead on Sunday at a home in Indian Trail, approximately 16 miles southeast of Charlotte.

According to the sheriff’s office, the boy’s mother called 911 on Sunday after arriving at the house to pick up the child, who was spending the weekend with his father.

Sheriff’s office spokesman Tony Underwood said investigators are treating the death as “suspicious” because a cause hasn’t been found.

Driver leads deputies on wrong-way chase

JACKSONVILLE — A North Carolina sheriff’s office has filed charges against a man who they said led deputies on a chase down the wrong side of the highway through several counties.

The Onslow County Sheriff’s Office said that 20-year-old Trevor Tyrode Wallace of Summerville was arrested on multiple charges, including assault with a deadly weapon on a government official.

Authorities said deputies received a call early on Sunday about a car speeding on the wrong side of the road. A deputy spotted the car in Onslow County, and at one point, officials said, the driver slowed down and tried to hit a deputy’s cruiser. Sheriff’s deputies in Carteret County deployed stop sticks to end the chase.

Wallace is jailed on an $80,500 secured bond. It’s not known if he has an attorney.

Durham Confederate monument vandalized

DURHAM — A Confederate monument in a North Carolina cemetery has been vandalized.

The News & Observer reported that cement or another hard substance was smeared on the monument in Durham’s Maplewood Cemetery. Durham police said the vandalism was reported Sunday.

This is at least the second time vandals have defaced the monument created in 2014 by the Sons of Confederate Veterans. In 2015, “Black Lives Matter” and “Tear It Down” were found painted on the monument.

Another Confederate statue was torn down in 2017 outside a historic Durham courthouse that now houses county offices. And last year, protesters tore down a Confederate monument named “Silent Sam” at UNC-Chapel Hill.

To the northwest, Winston-Salem recently moved a Confederate statue from the grounds of a historic courthouse that has been turned into apartments.


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