Tag Archives: Greenville

Store owner speaks about January raid

By William R. Toler “Bullies. Complete bullies.” That’s how Mahmoud Salameh describes the law enforcement officers that raided his business last month to local televison station WCTI-12. Salameh’s store, KP Mini Mart, was one of 22 businesses in Pitt County … Continue reading

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Cash, property taken from Pitt County businesses in raid

By William R. Toler Earlier this month, heavily-armed gangs stormed nearly 30 Pitt County businesses in a calculated heist, stealing more than $30,000 in cash and other property. Sounds horrible, right? Mainstream news accounts read something more like this: Police … Continue reading

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Occupancy rule in question

By William R. Toler A housing ordinance in one eastern Carolina city has the potential to be overturned, but it’s not looking good for those that want it gone. Greenville has had a rule on the books  since 1981 that prohibits … Continue reading

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Big Brother in ENC

By William R. Toler It’s amazing to think about the liberties we give up to make ourselves feel safe. Not really amazing…more like apalling. Newschannel 12 reported last week on a 52-camera system set up by the Greenville Police Dept. … Continue reading

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