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Football players OK deal in fight


On March 13, UNC linebacker Larry Edwards appeared in Orange County District Court to face the charge of damage to real property. Police said that during what they called a near-riot outside the club, Edwards broke a steel-framed glass entry door at the Bank of America building. Edwards' deferred prosecution agreement states that he must complete 24 hours of community service at a local middle school or community center by May 22. He also must pay a $110 fine and a $200 community service fee. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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