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Suspect arrested in Charlotte protester's shooting death, chief says

L.A. Times Friday, 23 September 2016 ()
Police say they have arrested a suspect in the deadly shooting of a protester during demonstrations in Charlotte, N.C., over an officer's killing of a black man.

Charlotte Police Chief Kerr Putney said during a news conference that the suspect was arrested Friday morning. He provided few other...
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Charlotte, police in North Carolina announced Friday the arrest of an individual in the shooting death of Justin Carr, a protestor who was fatally shot Wednesday near a hotel in Downtown Charlotte. Ironically Charlotte-Mecklenberg Police Chief Kerr Putney told reporters Friday, "A real-time crime...

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