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Hope Mills man charged with DWI after series of hit-and-runs

Posted February 25, 2012
Updated February 27, 2012

— Police in Fayetteville arrested a Hope Mills driver Saturday afternoon who they say hit a series of other vehicles as he made his way across town.

Terry Chole Marshall, 33, of the 2000 block of Smith Road, faces multiple charges of hit-and-run and driving while impaired.

Police said he is a suspect in crashes at Cedar Creek and Judson Church roads, Cedar Creek and Clinton roads, McPherson Church and Morganton roads, Fisher Road and Lakeway Drive, and Fisher Road and Lakewood Drive.

According to the state Highway Patrol, Marshall was involved in two additional hit-and-runs outside the city limits, on N.C. Highway 59 and State Road 2238. He could faces charges for those as well.


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  • danderson221 Feb 29, 2012

    Stupid is as stupid does.

  • bigt16701 Feb 28, 2012

    DUDE, think stuff like this out from now on and for Gods sake DON'T DRIVE. God blessed you and everyone around you during this perhaps would be DeathRide. Chill Terry, is what it is man and the costs alone are nothing compared had someone gotton hurt or killed. You've been blessed, learn from it.......

  • not my real name Feb 28, 2012

    Hey Terry, it aint NASCAR.

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  • mac240 Feb 27, 2012

    I'm willing to bet he has no insurance!

  • WooHoo2You Feb 27, 2012

    Wow, by this time Dr. Cook had 200-300 comments defending him for killing a 21 year old girl….

  • davidtew2005 Feb 27, 2012

    look him up on the doc page. he has a prir conviction in 2000 for dwi. also SPEED ELUDE ARREST/ATTEMPT/SEC (PRINCIPAL in 03, POSSESS SCHEDULE II (PRINCIPAL) in 04, POSSESS SCHEDULE II (PRINCIPAL)in 2000, ASSAULT ON FEMALE (PRINCIPAL and COMMUNICATING THREATS (PRINCIPAL) both in 03,and 4 convictions for SELL SCHEDULE II (PRINCIPAL in 98. what happened to the 3 srtilkes rule. he has had a total of 3 prior separtae felony convictions plus a consolidated 4 in 1 conviction.

  • davidk_at_unc Feb 27, 2012

    "I just want to know how could his car keep going after he had 7 hit and run accidents?? lol" -- leslie0694

    He probably didn't have enough time between accidents to build up enough speed to do any serious damage!

  • Decorated War Veteran Feb 27, 2012

    Death penalty!

  • leslie0694 Feb 27, 2012

    I just want to know how could his car keep going after he had 7 hit and run accidents?? lol