An Inconvenient Situation

The fate of three businesses in one city in the east went before a judge Monday morning.

The Greenville Stop One, Pitt Stop Number One and Superfresh Convenience Stores are still under the city's control for now.

On Monday, property owners along with Greenville Assistant Attorney, Bill Little, went before a judge about the temporary restraining order.

The judge continued to case until October 12th.

Little says the closure of the stores sets an example on what to do about crime.

If the city retains ownership, a judge could turn over the properties to the Pitt County School Board. They could use the property or sell it for profit.

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  • by Obama Snake Oil Co on Sep 22, 2009 at 12:00 PM
    I think they are profiling..... Charges Interstate transport of stolen property, receiving stolen property, wire fraud, theft of government funds, conspiracy, money laundering. Ahmed Y. Abdullah, Pitt Stop One. Fahmi Abdullah, Pitt Stop One Yasir Abdullah, Pitt Stop One Mohamed Hussein, Pitt Stop One Ahmed Alwarek, Greenville Stop One, Greenville Stop Two Ali Mohamed, Greenville Stop Two Charges Felony receiving stolen property, misdemeanor receiving stolen property, aiding and abetting receipt of stolen goods. Tareq M. Zeidan, Superfresh Sudki M. Zeidan, Superfresh Fadi Hamida, Superfresh (still sought)
  • by Ace on Sep 22, 2009 at 06:20 AM
    I completely agree, bulldoze it. Everytime I drove past one of them it was always shady people hanging out and I hated to stop at that stop light because of it.
  • by Lenny on Sep 22, 2009 at 04:09 AM
    Bulldoze them and it will benefit the whole area. These sleazy businesses do nothing for the people of west Greenville other then promoting crime. Good riddence!

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