Staff photos by Lindsay Kriz
A rally seeking “Justice for Brandon” makes its way onto Main Street in Shallotte around 5:30 p.m. Friday. The rally was originally set to take place outside of Belk, but Shallotte Mayor Walt Eccard said both Town of Shallotte Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office officials met with those planning to protest, leading to the movement of the rally’s location.
Friday rally in Shallotte seeks ‘Justice for Brandon’

SHALLOTTE — Less than two weeks after his New Year’s Day death, marchers took to Main Street in Shallotte on Friday to seek “Justice for Brandon” Webster.

Webster, 28, succumbed to injuries Jan. 1 from a gunshot wound after arriving at Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center that night.

Trooper S.A. Collins, assigned to Troop B, District 6, Brunswick County, is a one-year veteran of the North Carolina State Highway Patrol.

He fired at the vehicle Webster was driving on Holden Beach Road (N.C. 130) near Shallotte at 8:55 p.m.

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