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Man shot by Raleigh police had knife; 2 arrested after Confederate statue protest

Man shot by Raleigh police had knife; 2 arrested after Confederate statue protest

Here’s the most recent top news you may have missed in Raleigh.

Man shot by Raleigh police had a knife, radio traffic calls reveal

Raleigh police released radio traffic and 911 calls from an officer-involved shooting Saturday night. A 30-year-old man was killed.

Read the full story on Herald Sun.

Raleigh man accused of going on car break-in spree in Wake Forest

Tyresse Johnson, 18, of Raleigh, is accused of breaking into at least 13 vehicles in Wake Forest last Tuesday and stealing a 2015 Ford Fusion from a home.

Read the full story on ABC Raleigh, WTVD.

2 arrested after Confederate statue protest in Raleigh

Two men were arrested following a protest against confederate monuments in Raleigh.

Read the full story on ABC Raleigh, WTVD.

Alcohol believed to be factor in fatal rollover crash in Raleigh neighborhood, police say

Nicholas Cook, of Wendell, was partially ejected and killed after he flipped his car and crashed into the woods in a neighborhood in Raleigh on Saturday night, according to police.

Read the full story on WNCN.

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