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Latest Robeson County Trials News
Robeson County brothers hoping to be freed after 30 years in prison
North Carolina
A hearing is being held this week at the Robeson County Courthouse to determine if the convictions of two half-brothers for the rape and killing of an 11-year-old girl in 1983 in the Red Springs community of Robeson County should be dismissed, allowing them to be immediately released from prison after 30 years.
September 14 2014
Robeson DA weighing charges against new suspect in 1983 murder
North Carolina
District Attorney Johnson Britt said Wednesday that his office is weighing its options in deciding whether to charge a 74-year-old man in prison after a judge overturned the convictions of two half-brothers who spent three decades in prison for the crime.
September 11 2014
McCollum, Brown freed
North Carolina
Sarah Willets | The Robesonian Henry McCollum calmly listens to Superior Court Judge Douglas Sasser rule he and his half-brother are innocent in the 1983 rape and murder of Sabrina Buie in Red Springs.
September 10 2014
Judge frees McCollum, Brown
North Carolina
Sarah Willets | The Robesonian Henry McCollum calmly listens to Superior Court Judge Douglas Sasser rule he and his half-brother are innocent in the 1983 rape and murder of Sabrina Buie in Red Springs.
September 10 2014
Editorial: After 31 years, DNA evidence clears two men of savage crime
North Carolina
North Carolina’s justice system has cleared yet another man sentenced to die for a crime he did not commit, along with his half brother, who was serving a life sentence. They were wrongly convicted of the 1983 rape and murder of an 11-year-old Robeson County girl.
September 08 2014
Outrage absent in McCollum, Brown case
North Carolina
The release from prison this week of Henry McCollum and Leon Brown, two Robeson County half-brothers wrongly incarcerated for 30 years for a rape and murder they did not commit, has made national and international news and reignited the debate over the tragically flawed capital punishment system in North Carolina.
September 05 2014
DNA clears NC’s longest-serving death row resident after 30 years in prison
Fayetteville, North Carolina
ROBESON COUNTY, N.C. — A pair of siblings who served decades behind bars in the rape and murder of a North Carolina child will walk out of prison free men Wednesday after DNA evidence implicated someone else. Henry McCollum and Leon Brown were just teenagers when they were arrested in 1983 and charged with the […]
September 05 2014
Free at last: DNA exonerates 2 NC men imprisoned for 30 years
North Carolina
LUMBERTON – They spent 30 years behind bars, and today two North Carolina men can walk free. On Tuesday, the North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission presented DNA testing to a Robeson County judge, exonerating Henry Lee McCollum and Leon Brown in a 1983 rape and murder.
September 04 2014
After 30 years in prison for murder, half-brothers walk free
North Carolina
Henry Lee and his half-brother Leon Brown were released from prison Wednesday, a day after a judge in Robeson County overturned their convictions in the 1983 rape and murder of 11-year-old Sabrina Buie.
September 04 2014
Duo freed after 30 years in jail amid new DNA evidence
North Carolina
Thirty years after their convictions in the rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl in rural North Carolina, based on confessions that they quickly repudiated and said were coerced, two mentally disabled half-brothers were declared innocent and released on Tuesday by a Robeson County court.
September 02 2014
Brothers freed after 30 years in jail amid new DNA evidence
North Carolina
Thirty years after their convictions in the rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl in rural North Carolina, based on confessions that they quickly repudiated and said were coerced, two mentally disabled half-brothers were declared innocent and released on Tuesday by a Robeson County court.
September 02 2014
Mentally impaired duo freed after 30 years in US prison
North Carolina
Two mentally impaired half-brothers were freed Tuesday after serving three decades in a United States prison for the rape and murder of a child that they did not commit. A judge in Robeson County said that Henry Lee McCollum, 50, North Carolina state's longest-serving death-row inmate, and Leon Brown, 46, were innocent of the 1983 rape and killing of 11-year-old Sabrina Buie after new DNA ...
September 02 2014
New DNA evidence presented at hearing that could free two Robeson County men
North Carolina
LUMBERTON - New DNA evidence shows that two Robeson County teens did not rape and murder an 11-year-old Red Springs girl in 1983, said the assistant director of the North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Co
September 02 2014
Robeson County brothers freed after 30 years in prison
North Carolina
A hearing is being held this week at the Robeson County Courthouse to determine if the convictions of two half-brothers for the rape and killing of an 11-year-old girl in 1983 in the Red Springs community of Robeson County should be dismissed, allowing them to be immediately released from prison after 30 years.
September 02 2014
18 murders this year, Robeson County has state's 6th highest crime rate
North Carolina
Startling statistics of violent crimes continue to rise in Robeson County with 18 murders in just 8 months.
August 07 2014
Ground broken for new shelter
North Carolina
Sarah Willets | The Robesonian City officials and representatives from the Lumberton Christian Care Center, North Carolina Housing Finance Agency and the Wooten Company break ground at the center's new Second Street facility on Wednesday. Construction is expected to be complete in spring 2015.
August 03 2014
Grant to help renovate SRMC floor
North Carolina
Contributed photo | The Robesonian Representatives from Southeastern Health, the city of Lumberton, Robeson County government and the University of North Carolina at Pembroke gathered recently to celebrate an award of $500,000 through a Building Reuse grant from the North Carolina Department of Commerce to renovate a section of Southeastern Regional Medical Center for the center's medical ...
August 03 2014
Vets invited to get health care info
North Carolina
Contributed photo | The Robesonian K & L Veterans Homes and Services is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the health needs of veterans living in Robeson County.
August 03 2014
Teen court gets grant, transitions to nonprofit
Council, North Carolina
James Johnson | The RobesonianDonald Scott, 16, rises as acting judge Jessica Scott takes the bench. Donald Scott has been involved with teen court since the start and considers it an opportunity for him to help other kids his age.
July 29 2014
Teen court gets grant, transitions to nonprofit -
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
LUMBERTON — After helping hundreds of teens stay out of the Robeson County court system, a research project started by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is wrapping up its services.
July 24 2014
Grant, change to nonprofit status keeps teen court alive -
Stanley, New York
LUMBERTON — After helping hundreds of teens stay out of the Robeson County court system, a research project started by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is wrapping up its services.
July 13 2014
SeHealth wins grant to push healthy eating -
North Carolina
LUMBERTON — Southeastern Health has been awarded a $60,000 grant by the Walmart Foundation to go towards nutrition education in Robeson and Bladen counties.
June 22 2014
Authorities: Robeson County man murdered breaking up domestic dispute
North Carolina
Investigators are searching for a Philadelphia man in connection with the murder of a Robeson County construction worker.
June 06 2014
Health Department initiative gets Public Health Award -
North Carolina
The Robeson County Health Department’s Innovative Approaches Initiative was recently honored with the Outstanding Public Health Award given by the Eastern District North Carolina Public Health Association.
May 27 2014
ACA’s tendrils reach across Robeson County -
North Carolina
Most people think of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as a law that provides health insurance for people, and many of its provisions do cover that.
May 05 2014
Justice Act ruling could affect 5 on death row -
North Carolina
LUMBERTON — Five inmates convicted of murder in Robeson County may be able to challenge the trials that landed them on death row....
April 26 2014
The ACA: A mixed bag in Robeson County -
North Carolina
Everyone I’ve ever spoken with wants all Americans to have health insurance. The question debated in the media is whether the Affordable Care Act is a policy that will best accomplish that goal.
April 07 2014
Report ranks Robeson 97th in North Carolina for overall health -
North Carolina
LUMBERTON — Just ahead of National Public Health Week, Robeson County has found itself in a familiar spot — third to last among North Carolina counties in overall health.
April 07 2014
Former CEO of SRMC lauds faith-based counseling service -
Columbus, north carolina
LUMBERTON — The former president and CEO of Southeastern Regional Medical Center knows the important role that Robeson County Family Counseling Center has played over the years in the treatment of individuals with mental health disorders and substance abuse addictions.
March 22 2014
Lumberton woman charged with husband's murder almost a year later
North Carolina
Robeson County Sheriff's deputies arrested a Lumberton woman for her husband's murder that happened in April of last year.
March 14 2014
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