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A Long Road to Recovery: High Point Police Identify Man Killed by Officer, Winston-Salem Police Make Arrest in Deadly Stabbing

High Point, NC – The High Point Police Department has identified the man who was fatally shot by an officer earlier this week.

The victim has been identified as 30-year-old Brian Burrow.

According to investigators, officers responded to a residence on Heidi Drive on Monday morning.

They attempted to de-escalate the situation when Burrow retreated into the house and returned to the door with a rifle.

In response, a High Point police officer shot and killed Burrow.

The State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) is currently looking into the shooting, and the officer involved has been placed on administrative duty, which is standard procedure in such cases.

Meanwhile, in Winston-Salem, police have taken a suspect into custody in connection with a fatal stabbing.

Derrick Hairston, 32, has been charged with murder.

The victim, identified as 24-year-old Mason Williams, was stabbed in the parking lot of an apartment complex at the Enclave at North Pointe Apartment Homes on Brownsboro Road.

The incident occurred late last night.

Hairston is being held without bond and is scheduled to appear in court tomorrow.

In other news, the end of Title 42 is imminent as we take a live look at El Paso, Texas.

Title 42 was a rule implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic, which allowed the United States to swiftly deport most migrants.

However, the rule is set to expire at midnight.

Thousands of people have gathered at the southern border, hoping to seek asylum in the US.

House Republicans are supporting a bill that aims to reinstate several immigration policies from the Trump administration, including the construction of additional barriers.

As the deadline approaches, the fate of the migrants and the future of US immigration policies remain uncertain.

Stay tuned for more updates as the situation unfolds.

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