The body of Faith Hedgepeth, a 19-year-old UNC student, was found in her apartment on September 7,...
Three years after the murder of Faith Hedgepeth, Chapel Hill Police say they are still actively seeking her killer.
This is not a cold case. It has been and remains an active investigation.
Durham County Superior Court Judge Howard Manning ordered the redacted search warrants and un-redacted 911 calls to be released.
Superior Court Judge Howard Manning said Wednesday that the documents, including the autopsy report, will remain sealed until he reviews them, without specifying how long the process would take…Read More
The courts are closed Monday in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday, so the Durham County District Attorney asked Judge Michael O’Foghludha to keep the investigative documents in the murder case of UNC student Faith Hedgepeth sealed an additional 60 days.Read More
Another 60-day period has come and gone, and once again the Durham County District Attorney will ask the North Carolina Superior Court to seal the murder investigation documents of UNC student Faith Hedgepeth.Read More
The Chapel Hill Police Department has asked the State Bureau of Investigation for additional help in the murder of UNC student Faith Hedgepeth.Read More
The D.A. will once again present the documents to Judge Hudson and ask that they be sealed an another 60 days.Read More
“There was something about her, and you sensed this welcoming spirit…”Read More
Another 60 days has come and gone, and Durham County Assistant District Attorney Charlene says another order to seal the documents in the murder investigation of UNC student, Faith Hedgepeth, will likely be made this week.Read More