Davie Poplar suspect released from jail on $1 million unsecured bond
Wed Dec 6, 2017
Joshua Daniel Edwards, 25, a former University of North Carolina student charged with six felonies related to an incident with an explosive device on UNC campus last month, was released from jail on Monday. Edwards, who lives in Durham, was released to his parents' custody after a $1 million unsecured bond was set by a local judge.
(Daily Tar Heel
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