Workshop teaches N.C. police about bombs


By Martha Quillin
The News & Observeer

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Tommy Curry was driving up N.C. 87 toward Sanford on Tuesday afternoon when he spotted an opaque white bag the size of a small pig in the middle of his lane. He slowed to get a better look.

Curry looks at a bag of kitchen trash in the highway with the eye of an officer of the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office and a deputy fire marshal. He is both.

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