Duke lacrosse investigator charged with domestic violence
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RALEIGH -- The former chief investigator for now-disbarred Durham District Attorney Mike Nifong is getting his own day in court.
Linwood Wilson was arrested Thursday on charges of domestic violence and being a fugitive.
Wilson worked under Nifong during the Duke lacrosse rape case and was fired by Nifong's successor for his mishandling of that and two other investigations. Now, Durham county sheriff's officials say Wilson is suspected of cyberstalking and obscenity.
The accusations stem from a domestic violence order issued by Delaware officials June 8.
A judge ordered Wilson's release Friday morning. There is no word on whether he will be seen in court again in North Carolina or in Delaware.