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NC protesters demand answers on second night of demonstrations over deputy shooting of Black man

People gather for a peaceful demonstration, Thursday, April 22, 2021, in Elizabeth City, N.C., protesting the shooting of Andrew Brown Jr., 42, by a deputy sheriff trying to serve a search warrant. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

Andrew Brown Jr. was “fatally wounded” as Pasquotank County sheriff’s deputies executed a search warrant for felony drug charges Wednesday morning

By Brie Stimson

Fox News

Hundreds of protesters reportedly came out for a second night in Elizabeth City, N.C., Thursday to demand answers in the fatal shooting of a Black man by a sheriff’s deputy on Wednesday.

Andrew Brown Jr. was “fatally wounded” as Pasquotank County sheriff’s deputies executed a search warrant for felony drug charges around 8:30 a.m., Pasquotank County Sheriff Tommy S. Wooten II said at a press conference Wednesday afternoon.

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