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North Carolina college killing will be investigated as hate crime
North Carolina college killing will be investigated as hate crime

The shooting death of a longtime North Carolina college employee will be investigated as a hate crime, police said Tuesday morning, just hours after the 20-year-old suspect  was arrested on a Florida beach. Ronald Lane, 44, was shot and killed inside the print shop at Wayne Community College in Goldsboro, N.C., on Monday morning, police said during a Tuesday news conference. Kenneth Stancil III, 20, who had worked with Lane in the campus' print shop as part of a work-study program, shot Lane once with a "pistol-grip shotgun" and then fled south on a motorcycle, Goldsboro Police Sgt. Jeremy Sutton told reporters Tuesday. Sutton said Stancil entered the campus on...

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