Indictments detail weapons linked to Eve Carson case
Indictments returned Monday in the Eve Carson homicide case reveal some new information about the weapons believed to be used in the UNC senior's death.Posted — Updated
Although the indictments list the weapons' serial numbers, authorities will not say whether investigators have confiscated the weapons. Nor will authorities say if the weapons were used in Carson's shooting.
Atwater was also indicted on a charge of possession of a firearm by a felon, and possession of weapon of mass destruction for the size of the shotgun that investigators say was in his possession.
Chapel Hill police found Carson, 22, of Athens, Ga., dead several blocks from the UNC campus on March 5 while responding to a report of gunshots. She had been shot five times, including once to her head with a shotgun, according to an autopsy report released last week.
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