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Search warrants released in Durham grandmother's murder

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DURHAM, N.C. -

A Durham teenager charged with the murder of his grandmother and stabbing of his younger brother went to a neighbor shortly after the stabbings, according to search warrants.

Treyven Evans banged on the door of a neighbor on the morning of Feb. 26 and said his grandmother, Carolyn Hemingway, was dead, according to the warrants.

He asked the neighbor at the apartments on Glasson Street to come to his apartment, but the neighbor refused. Evans then went to the apartment and came back to the neighbor with his four-year-old brother, who had what appeared to be a stab wound on his neck, according to the documents.

The four-year-old told police at the hospital that Evans is the person who stabbed him and his grandmother.

Police found Evans at the scene. His clothing had what appeared to blood on it.

Police seized a number of items from the apartment, including blankets and towels, a knife, a black glove a lighter, a cell phone and notebooks.

They also searched Evans and took DNA, clothing, shoes, photos and a phone.

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