Timeline: Nearly a decade later, closure surfaces in Faith Hedgepeth murder


was just 19 years old and a sophomore at UNC when she was found dead in 2012. Nine years later, a seminal moment was reached in her murder investigation as a Durham man was arrested. Hedgepeth was from Warren County. She was a biology major who had talked about becoming a doctor or doing something to help others. (WRAL.com)

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Timeline: Nearly a decade later, closure surfaces in Faith Hedgepeth murder


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