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Two face charges nearly a year after Jason Ray's death


Two men were arrested and charged Thursday for the accident that eventually killed Jason Ray, the 21-year-old former UNC mascot, who was in New Jersey as the Tar Heels played in the NCAA East Regional. Gagik Hovsepian, 52, of Paramus, N.J. and his 25-year-old son Armen Hovsepian, also of Paramus, were charged, Bergen County prosecutor John Molinelli announced. (ESPN.com)


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