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Man faces multiple felony charges after Raleigh cops and state trooper chase stolen car | News & Observer

A man who told state troopers he had used heroin recently was arrested on multiple charges Tuesday after, they said, he fled from Raleigh police in a stolen car and then from a trooper. The man rammed the the trooper’s car before giving up.

When Johnny Martin Mitchell, 54, got to the Wake County Detention Center after being treated for minor crash injuries, he was facing charges from as far back as February of stealing several cars, fleeing to elude police, stealing money and jewelry, pawning stolen goods and violating parole from an earlier conviction. Read More

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Foodie News: Food truck rodeo venue opens next week

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By Sean Lennard, Triangle Food Guy

Raleigh, N.C. — It was announced last week via Facebook that Chapel Hill’s Roots Bakery, Bistro and Bar on Franklin Street will open a second location in the former Hope Valley Bar and Grill space (before that, Hope Valley Brewing Company and before that, City Beverage) at 4810 Hope Valley Road in Hope Valley Pointe. They will be serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The transition/opening could happen as soon as the end of this month, according to Triangle Business Journal. Read More

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HFF Announces Sale of and Equity for 16.02-acre Development Site in Raleigh, North Carolina

CHARLOTTE, NC – HFF announces the sale of and joint venture equity for the development of a 16.02-acre site in Raleigh’s Crabtree Valley area.

The HFF team marketed the site on behalf of the sellers: Wells Fargo Bank, acting as Trustee for a local family, and Kerr Properties, LLC. Dominion Realty Partners (DRP) purchased the site for $6.2 million. Additionally, the HFF team worked on DRP’s behalf to arrange $16.385 million in joint venture equity for the development of a 221-unit multi-housing community planned for the site. Read More