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ECU grounds crews had made significant progress by Saturday in the repair of tire marks left on Bagwell Field at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium a week prior to ECU's home game against Navy.

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ECU grounds crews had made significant progress by Saturday in the repair of tire marks left on Bagwell Field at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium a week prior to ECU's home game against Navy.

ECU vandalism investigation continues

By Jane Dail

The Daily Reflector

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The ECU Police Department this week expects to announce new developments and possibly release surveillance footage in the Oct. 21 Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium vandalism.

Lt. Chris Sutton said the department is planning to release information after Halloween unless there is breakthrough in the case before then.


The university announced last week that suspect William Banks, 18, no longer was enrolled as a student. Police continue work to identify two more people involved in the incident.

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what fool is not releasing the tapes

Once again you have a police department that is not thinking they think they are so smart release the tapes and the public may recognize the people maybe you do not have any tapes!!

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