Map. History of North Carolina conflict

24 October 2020
Four at RNC in Charlotte test positive for coronavirus
HIGH POINT SHOOTING: A suspect is in custody after a man was shot on Friends Avenue, off of Brentwood, in High Point
Young NC girl in critical condition after shots fired during 'altercation' n the 500-block of Anderson Street between Rankin and Campbell Streets.
Winston-Salem police identified and arrested Rayvon Flowers as a suspect in a deadly shooting that happened in May
At least 4 arrested, American flag lit on fire during Charlotte protests on first day of RNC
Pedestrian hit, killed in Fayetteville at the intersection of Gillespie Street and Snowhill Road
AWACS flying not far from Charlote
President Donald Trump arrived at the Charlotte Convention Center on Monday by surprise on the first day of the Republican National Convention. At least five protesters have been arrested in protests against the event
Deputy responding to domestic call is shot in Lincoln County, NC. The suspect was found dead; no word on the deputy's condition
Man has barricaded himself in Carolina Beach apartment in the 700 block of Glenn Ave. There are no hostages in the apartment.
Checkpoint 1 - E. Morehead & S. Tryon
The Republican National Convention is in Charlotte. outside the security checkpoints @RobinFox46 is inside the Convention Center for today's event and @GossJamalFox46 is awaiting President Trump's arrival at the @CLTAirport
Cleveland FD is responding to a report of a fully involved vehicle fire near Forcetek, 603 E Main St, Cleveland. Cleveland PD on scene, full box first alarm response.
Crowds continued to block traffic and prevent buses and cars from moving. Demonstrators refused to clear the intersection. While officers were clearing the intersection, they deployed pepper spray and made two arrests.
Charlotte. the street mural on South Tryon but things are pretty separated. Pockets of people around Uptown.
3rd Street & South Tryon Street, Charlotte, North Carolina
Police just boxed protesters in at College and 4th and began pepper spraying, making arrests
Another protestor is taken away by police
Protestors started getting active. @CMPD says they made an arrest after spotting someone with outstanding warrants
Multiple arrests just made near Center City. Unsure of what started it, but at some point a protester took off and police went after him. This video started after he was arrested. Two others were arrested in the
Bike policemen roll in hard at Trade & Tryon to protect a car that was stopped trying to drive through the intersection
Bike policemen roll in to break things up after protesters started moving barriers at 3rd and Tryon
Protesters facing off with police on South Tryon
RNC2020 related road closures in Uptown Charlotte have begun. E Stonewall St, E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, S College St & S Brevard St are all closed around the convention center
@CMPD says an adult was transported to the hospital from an assault with a deadly weapon (not a shooting) & was pronounced dead. It happened shortly after 4:00am. Detectives are NOT looking for any suspects. This is the 80th homicide in Charlotte this year.
19-year-old ElizabethCity man killed in shooting in the area of 607 South Road Street
@CMPD is investigating a homicide in the Shannon Park neighborhood in East Charlotte. 3300 block of Tyrone Dr. One person is dead.
The Durham Police are investigating a possible shooting at Seven Oaks Apartments near Seven Oaks Road & N Roxboro Street. Neighbors say just before 3AM they heard multiple gun shots in the parking lot.
Plane crash along I-40.But this is one lucky pilot. He told he lost engine power, saw I-40 and tried to land. Would have, he thinks, but swirling wind of moving cars caused him to stall and bounce onto and over the guard rail. Near exit 90. He's fine.
Video from Friday night's protests shows the moments people were pepper sprayed. CMPD says the pepper spray was used to keep the crowd from interfering with arrests. Video captured by Ryan Pitkin of @queencitynerve
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