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    Four of five charged in the case of a mass shooting on Ocean Boulevard that was caught in a viral Facebook video have had trouble with police in the past. All of the suspects hail from either Mount Gilead or Troy in Montgomery County, North Carolina.

Four of five charged in the case of a mass shooting on Ocean Boulevard that was caught in a viral Facebook video have had trouble with police in the past. All of the suspects hail from either Mount Gilead or Troy in Montgomery County, North Carolina. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Four of five charged in the case of a mass shooting on Ocean Boulevard that was caught in a viral Facebook video have had trouble with police in the past. All of the suspects hail from either Mount Gilead or Troy in Montgomery County, North Carolina. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

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