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September 11, 2013

ECU basketball coach turns himself in on suspicion of hit-and-run incident


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     “It appears Ms. Wilburn was walking with her dog, a small brown short-hair dog, when she and the dog were struck by a westbound vehicle, description unknown,” Unbewust wrote in a report on the scene. “Officers located several pieces of what appear to be car parts from the point of impact.”

     Unbewust said that after speaking with Franz Tuesday she inspected his pickup, which was parked outside the courthouse.

     “I went to where the vehicle was parked,” Unbewust wrote. “(I) observed damage to the passenger-side front corner, passenger-side outside mirror and a small dent on the front bumper.”

     Unbewust confiscated the pickup and placed it in a police impound.

     “We are currently reviewing the situation and we are going through the correct process and plan to take proper action,” said ECU Director of Athletics Jeff Williams. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to all family and friends affected."

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