Tuesday 17 Oct 2017

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1 Injured In Goldsboro Shooting

Goldsboro Police are investigating a weekend shooting that left one injured.  On Saturday, at approximately 3:00 PM, Officers with A-Shift Patrol responded to the 900-block of South Slocumb Street in reference to shots being fired. Upon arrival, officers say they observed a vehicle leaving the area at a high rate of speed. Officers followed the vehicle and eventually ended up at Wayne Memorial Hospital where it was discovered that a passenger in the vehicle, 23-year old Octavious Thompson of Goldsboro, had been shot. It was determined that the shooting occurred on the 900-block of S. Slocumb Street following a disturbance. Thompson sustained a non-life threatening injury. He was prepped for surgery at Wayne Memorial and transferred to Vidant Medical Center for further treatment of his injuries. The Investigations Bureau responded and is conducting an investigation into the shooting.

5 Comments

  1. The real Kialboots says:

    Oh and I live on Earl Drive in Rosewood

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  2. adamrothman says:

    Looks like community fun day kept the shootings to a minimum .

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  3. The real Kialboots says:

    More liberal’s hood rat roosting chickens getting their play time in..They need their own center street jam..

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    • You says:

      Shutup man

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      • The real Kialboots says:

        Freedum of da speech dude, deal with it. Trump is your president for the next 4 years at least, if you don’t like that, North Korea will welcome you with open arms bahahahahahahahahahaha and dats a fact

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