Week of May 23: Val D’Auvray's family wants answers, PCU employee fired, Downtown Alive is Dead
On this episode, we get into the latest on the death of Val Flor D’Auvray, who was found dead on the property of the Tru Colors brewery in downtown Wilmington. Then, the termination of an employee of New Hanover County's new Port City United violence-disruption program raises questions about how the government handles past and present criminal behavior. Plus, the Cape Fear Club — an all-male club founded in the mid-19th century — killed Downtown Alive.
- Family of man found dead at TRU Colors wants answers (Port City Daily)
- Father of man found dead at brewery says video shows son telling police he was being chased (WECT)
- Port City United employee fired after arrest as ‘accessory’ to fatal Wilmington shooting (WHQR)
- Wilmington staff cancel free downtown concert series, citing ‘undue burden’ on Cape Fear Club (WHQR)
- The show won’t go on: Despite proper permits, Wilmington walks back approval for free concerts (WECT)