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Furey gets $250,000 bond in voluntary manslaughter case

By Nbc17 Staff

A man charged in the death of a Johnston County teen was given a $250,000 bond today in court.

Robery Furey made his first court appearance today, he is charged with voluntary manslaughter after accidentally killing Nick Exley, a 15-year-old Corinth Holders High School freshman.

Furey has a probable cause hearing Jan. 10.

Exley, who lived with his grandmother, was a neighbor of Furey. The Johnston County Sheriff's Office said Furey was showing Exley how to use a gun safely when it went off, killing Exley.

Furey has a been convicted of driving while impaired three times. The latest instance came in October 2011.

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