Diarus Mark Raynor, 29, was arrested and also charged with felony discharging a firearm within enclosure to incite fear and misdemeanor carrying concealed weapons.
U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Eagles’ order will be in place until Tuesday, when she plans to decide whether enforcement should be blocked until a federal court can rule on Stein’s challenge to the state law.
A High Point man was indicted Monday on charges that he shot a Kernersville police officer with the officer’s gun in February 2021.
The 29-year-old man is accused of collecting more than $54,000 in rent from places he didn't own or didn't have permission to sell was sued last year for doing the same thing to a Forsyth County man.
GREENSBORO — Two years ago, the public first learned about the death of John Elliott Neville. On Thursday, in a federal courtroom, one chapter in the reckoning over his death closed.
Henry Jerome White prayed to God that he not die in prison. God answered his prayers. After 26 years, White, 54, is out. But he had a long journey, which included having his murder conviction upheld in 1998 despite a state appellate court finding that a Forsyth County prosecutor illegally used race to dismiss two potential Black jurors.
John Neville, 56, of Greensboro, died in 2019, three days after he was first arrested and placed into custody at the Forsyth County jail.
A former Novant Health nurse was sentenced Wednesday for tampering with drugs. She was already serving a prison sentence for a similar crime.
The 56-year-old John Neville, a Greensboro resident at the time, died Dec. 4, 2019, three days after prosecutors allege that a nurse and five detention officers ignored his medical distress and had him pinned in a prone restraint for nearly an hour.