GUILTY NC - Rashed Delamez Jones, 14, Whiteville, 19 Nov 2007

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  1. hoppyfrog

    hoppyfrog Retired WS Staff

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    http://www.wect.com/Global/story.asp?S=7406739&nav=menu157_2

    11-26-07

    A mother is frantically searching for her son and is asking the community for help.

    Rashed Delamez Jones, 14-years-old, has been missing for almost a week.
    Last Monday, Jones left his grandmother's home in Whiteville riding a bicycle.

    On Thanksgiving, the bike was found along side Bishop Road in Columbus County.

    Jones...has a birthmark above his lip.

    Please contact the Cue Center for Missing Persons or the Columbus County Sheriff's Department with any information about Rashed Jones.

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  3. hoppyfrog

    hoppyfrog Retired WS Staff

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    http://www.wwaytv3.com/whiteville_teen_missing/11/2007

    11-27-07

    From the link:

    Police are concerned that he may be in danger, because of reports in the community that the missing teen knows something about a deadly shooting in lake Waccamaw following a high school football game.

    More at link

    (Bolding is mine.)
     
  4. Tranaice

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    How sad. :( I pray this little guy is found unharmed.
     
  5. christine2448

    christine2448 Retired WS Staff

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    It is with great sadness we inform you of Rashed D. Jones was recovered yesterday late afternoon by a hunter on private property in Halsboro, NC - some 10 - 15 miles from his home; please include the family in your prayers. .
    http://www.wwaytv3.com/taxonomy/term/288
     
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    http://www.starnewsonline.com/article/20071207/NEWS/712070416/1004/news01


    Police are investigating the death of a 14-year-old Columbus County boy who had been missing since late November.

    A hunter found the body of Rashed Delamez Jones on Wednesday afternoon in a wooded area of Barney Tyler Road, a dirt road just outside Whiteville, said Capt. David Nobles of the Columbus County Sheriff's Office.

    Nobles said Rashed apparently died from gunshot wounds, according to preliminary autopsy reports. He said authorities suspect foul play, adding the body appeared to be at the spot it was found for at least a week.

    Rashed's family reported him missing after his bike was found on Thanksgiving abandoned on the side of a rural road a few hundred yards from his grandmother's house in Whiteville.
     
  7. Enchanted

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    How terrible, this is such a very young life, not lived...
     
  8. Tranaice

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    A little piece of my heart breaks off with each of these sad stories on here. I was so hoping this little guy would be found safe. God bless him and his family and friends. :(
     
  9. Elphaba

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    He was just a baby... what a cruel place this world can be. :(
     
  10. OkieGranny

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    From July 2013:

    http://www.starnewsonline.com/article/20130703/ARTICLES/130709850

    From October 2014:

    https://www.courtlistener.com/opinion/2740165/state-v-jenrette/

     

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