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    Durham Sheriff Michael D. Andrews says some of the people who pulled down a confederate statue Monday have been identified and "we are working toward making arrests. We are pursuing felony charges." He also explains why his officers did not intervene.

Durham Sheriff Michael D. Andrews says some of the people who pulled down a confederate statue Monday have been identified and "we are working toward making arrests. We are pursuing felony charges." He also explains why his officers did not intervene. Julia Wall jwall@newsobserver.com
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