I don’t know what kind of mad spell has settled over Wake Forest in these low winter clouds we’ve had, but yesterday was a good day for good guys in dealing with bad times.
Yesterday day the Wake Forest Police Department made a arrest in the fatal November stabbing case of 21-year-old Edgar Hardison outside a local dance.
Jonte Tyvon Wall, 19, who works at Walmart in Raleigh, was charged with murder in connection with the fatal stabbing of Hardison.
Wall is currently being held in the Wake County Jail. His first court appearance will be on Wednesday.
The investigation of this case in ongoing. Additional information will be provided as new details emerge.
I have no clue what those details will be but there is almost nothing I can think of that would justify the tragic loss of Hardison’s life and the loss of Wall’s life into the prison system if he is convicted for playing a part in this community shameful act.
Is it time to close the borders a build a fence between Wake Forest and Franklinton?
While looking up details on the arrest yesterday I could not help but notice another arrest. A 32-year-old Abad waitress at the most delicious Tropical Pickin’ Chicken place on S. Main Street, was arrested on a fugitive warrant out of Miami, Florida for burglary, kidnapping, assault, armed robbery, and some probation violations. The reason she was Abad, her name is Barbara Abad. Ironic, huh?
Thankfully, the Wake Forest Police Department got their perps and maybe a little tasty chicken to-go as well.