State v. Stroud, ___ N.C. App. ___, 815 S.E.2d 705 (May. 1, 2018)

The evidence was sufficient to support a charge of conspiracy to commit armed robbery. On appeal, the defendant argued that there was insufficient evidence of an agreement to commit the robbery. Here, the victim identified the defendant and others as the individuals who robbed him. Additionally, the defendant confirmed to a detective that his accomplice’s statement that the robbery was in retaliation for the victim’s robbery of another person was accurate. This was sufficient evidence of a conspiracy.