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Davie Poplar fire suspect faces multiple felony charges in court


Joshua Daniel Edwards is facing six felony charges related to an incident involving an explosive device employed on UNC's campus Nov. 2. Edwards appeared at the Orange County Court Wednesday in a bail hearing. Edwards, a former UNC student, is charged with malicious use of explosives to inflict injury and assembling a weapon of mass destruction, among multiple other felonies. (Daily Tar Heel)


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