Slain UNC student's sister: 'They're going to get the right person'
Sat Sep 22, 2012
The parents of a slain University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill student say they are holding onto faith that their daughter's life was a blessing to the world and that justice will be served in her death. Faith Danielle Hedgepeth, 19, was found dead in her Hawthorne View apartment on Sept. 7. No suspects have been named, and police have said little other than they don't believe the crime was random.
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