Cheating customers

Hi everyone, this is Paul Cameron at my desk in the WBTV Newsroom. 

We’re following three big stories after the NFL game—a 57-year old woman is in jail tonight, charged with the hit-and-run of an 11-year old boy at his bus stop.  La’Darious Wylie died in the hospital.  We’re hearing reaction from his family members.

A woman who worked at a Lake Norman boat repair shop is charged with forgery and fraud.  Detectives say she would alter customer’s checks—changing one $840 bill into $5,840—and pocket the difference.

In Davidson, a police officer spotted a dog attacking a woman.  The officer jumped in to help, but was bitten on the face and hand.  He shot the dog and our reporter Sarah-Blake Morgan will have details.

Arrests in Raleigh made tonight at the main gate of the Governor’s Mansion.  About 100 people blocked the entrance, some chaining themselves to the fence, all to protest Governor McCrory's signing of the so-called “sanctuary cities” law.  Those are cities that restrict police from asking people about immigration status.

And if you’ve ever bought one of those online Groupons, listen to this—a Charlotte woman is suing the company for $5 Million.  Her attorneys claim Groupon is cheating its customers, that the refund policy is unfair and deceptive.

Please join Molly Grantham, Eric Thomas, Delano Little and me for WBTV News after the game tonight!