State v. Hill, 227 N.C. App. 371 (May. 21, 2013)

In a case where an inmate was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, there was sufficient evidence that the weapon was “concealed about his person.” Officers found one razor blade stuck to the underside of a table top in the day room adjoining the defendant’s cell, where the defendant had been seated earlier in the day. They found another on the ledge below the window in the defendant’s darkened cell, moments after he held such a blade in his hand while threatening an officer.