Rodney S. Duncan Death | Rodney S. Duncan Obituary – News reports says that Rodney S. Duncan died after he was punched at a bar. Rodney S. Duncan a North Carolina father is dead and a Siler City man has been accused of murder after a fight at an Asheboro restaurant, according to police. At about 11:33 p.m. Thursday, 23rd of July 2020, two uniformed officers were working an off-duty assignment outside Lucky’s Burger and Tap at 1224 E. Dixie Drive, Asheboro police said.

In line with news release, a Lucky’s worker asked the officers to come inside after an assault on Rodney S. Duncan. Witnesses told officers that Darrell W. Turner, 26, of Randleman, had punched Rodney S. Duncan, 38, of Siler City, with a closed fist, causing Duncan to lose consciousness and fall, officials said. Duncan was taken to a nearby medical facility. Turner, at the time, was charged with assault inflicting serious bodily injury. At 5:15 a.m. Sunday, Duncan died of his injuries.

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