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Shackled from wrist to feet, secured by law enforcement, and a bullet proof vest worn to save his life, Earl Kimrey, 32, of Dawson Cabin Road appeared in Onslow County Court this morning on charges of: Conceal of Death by “secretly disposing the body or Mariah,” Obstruction of Justice by failing to notify police of an unnatural cause of death, Breaking and Entering, Possession of Stolen Goods, and Felony Larceny.
Stood by his side was his court appointed attorney, Walter H. Paramore.
Judge James L. Moore appointed Paramore to represent Kimrey.
Judge Moore asked Kimrey to state his full name and asked him was he aware of the charges he’s charged with as well as receiving copies of the warrants.
In the courtroom, Sheriff Hans Miller stood against the wall and District Attorney Earnie Lee represented the state in the charges against Kimrey.
Kimrey was charged in the death of 3-year-old Mariah Kay Woods, who was reported missing Monday, Nov 27 on Friday evening.
Officials say, Mariah was already deceased when the call came in about her disappearance in a Friday press conference.
There was no bond reduction given to Kimrey, but the state requested the bond amount of $1,010,000.00 remains the same.
Kimrey’s next court date is scheduled for December 18, 2017.
Onslow County Schools under-fire by NAACP after refusing to address racial slurs at Richlands High School
Onslow County Schools are refusing to take action against a racial slur, which now has the NAACP involved.
Pender High School boys basketball team was visiting Richlands Monday, Feb. 12. when they discovered a racial slur painted in the visiting team’s locker room. A hopeful investigation is underway at Richlands High School into the racial slur being painted in the locker room. Onslow County Schools have yet to release a statement to the public regarding the racial slur, despite this incident being the third racial incident at Richlands High School.
Pender High School basketball coach Craig Wilson took to social media to express his concerns and frustration about the incident.
Wilson’s previous post read:
Million things going through my mind right now. We lost out tonight in conference tournament. I can live with that. We didn’t play well. But here’s what I can’t live with. On Saturday we played at Richlands high school. One of our kids on jv got into a fight on the court because a kid from Richlands called him a nigger and all hell broke loose. Tonight we get to the gym and they have us in the same locker room that we were in on Saturday. Written on the locker plain as day is NIGGER… I get the AD and he simply says let me get something and clean it off. Sorry, I didn’t know it was there. We also learn that this same high school got into a fight with our varsity football team for calling one of our players, yep you guessed it, a nigger… this is three racial slurs involving the same school.
Reverend Dante Murphy, President of The Pender County NAACP branch, said ” It is my sincere hope that the NCHSAA, the involved school systems, and other entities involved divert from the strong indicators of minimizing and covering up this issue and work transparently with the public.”
Murphy said in a Facebook post, that the Pender County NAACP “initiated a formal request to the NCHSAA that school officials at Richlands High School be investigated for the unacknowledged acts of racial hatred involving Richlands High School during sporting events. We are asking local NAACP branches, elected officials, and citizens across this state to join us in resolving these acts of evils.”
This recent incident makes the third time a racial slur has been used or published during Richlands High School sporting events, that Onslow County Schools and Richlands High School has refused to respond to the pattern of behavior.
Calls for gun control grow louder after Florida shooting
PARKLAND, Fla. (AP) – Pressure is growing for tougher gun-control laws after a Florida high school shooting that killed 17 people.
Thousands of angry protesters in Fort Lauderdale and St. Petersburg gathered Saturday to demand immediate action by legislators. More demonstrations are planned across the country in the weeks ahead.
Organizers are calling for a 17-minute walkout by teachers and students on March 14. The Network for Public Education announced a day of walkouts, sit-ins and other events on school campuses on April 20. The date is the anniversary of the 1999 shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado that left 12 students and one teacher dead.
Quick Facebook post report gets teen mental help, not arrest
ROCKY MOUNT, N.C. (AP) — Police in North Carolina say they were able to get mental help for a student who threatened to bring a BB gun to a high school so a police officer would kill him.
Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Detective E. W. Muse Jr. says the teen posted on Facebook earlier this month he wanted the officer at SouthWest Edgecombe High School to kill him.
Muse says the teen said he didn’t want to hurt students or teachers, so he was ordered to a hospital to get mental treatment and suspended from school for the rest of the year.
Muse told the Rocky Mount Telegram that the incident shows why it is so important for students and others to report any threats or strange behavior.
Information from: Rocky Mount Telegram, http://www.rockymounttelegram.com