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Grand jury indicts man on 10 charges linked to crime spree in east Raleigh

Posted September 14, 2015

One person is dead following a shooting at the Mr. Pawn Check Cashing shop Monday night.
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— Kendrick Gregory, the man arrested in New York City and linked to an alleged crime spree along Raleigh's Capital Boulevard late last month, was indicted Monday by a Wake County grand jury. It is the next step in the process to get Gregory, who is fighting extradition from New York, returned to Wake County to stand trial for his crimes.

According to investigators, Gregory shot and killed 64-year-old Thomas Melvin Durand, owner of the Mr. Pawn check cashing shop in the 4600 block of Capital Boulevard, on Aug. 31.

Gregory is also charged with several counts of robbery, assault and kidnapping for attacks on a 27-year-old man and the rape of a 15-year-old girl and with possession of a firearm by a felon.

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  • Roy Hinkley Sep 15, 2015
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    So, does that mean you are advocating for just one big federal government instead of individual states?

  • Marcy Lyn Sep 15, 2015
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    Ha ! Should be NO Extradition issues between any of the States. Each state should just hand them over !

    We are not a separate country here !

  • Marcy Lyn Sep 15, 2015
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    Ha ! Should be NO Extradition issues between any of the States. Each state should just hand them over !

    We are not a separate country here !