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Former Bridgehampton resident Darnelle Brown, who has lived in Elizabeth City since 2002, has taken part in protests for justice and accountability after the police shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr. in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, on April 21. Residents of the city, many of whom have ties to the Bridgehampton and Southampton area, have said the protests have been peaceful.    COURTESY DARNELLE BROWN

Former Bridgehampton resident Darnelle Brown, who has lived in Elizabeth City since 2002, has taken part in protests for justice and accountability after the police shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr. in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, on April 21. Residents of the city, many of whom have ties to the Bridgehampton and Southampton area, have said the protests have been peaceful. COURTESY DARNELLE BROWN

Former Bridgehampton resident Darnelle Brown, who has lived in Elizabeth City since 2002, has taken part in protests for justice and accountability after the police shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr. in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, on April 21. Residents of the city, many of whom have ties to the Bridgehampton and Southampton area, have said the protests have been peaceful.   COURTESY DARNELLE BROWN

Former Bridgehampton resident Darnelle Brown, who has lived in Elizabeth City since 2002, has taken part in protests for justice and accountability after the police shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr. in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, on April 21. Residents of the city, many of whom have ties to the Bridgehampton and Southampton area, have said the protests have been peaceful. COURTESY DARNELLE BROWN

authorCailin Riley on May 12, 2021
When Pasquotank County Sheriffs Deputies shot and killed Andrew Brown Jr., 42, on April 21 in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, it sent shockwaves through the small town that sits 40... more

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