Wednesday 20 Sep 2017

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UPDATE: 3 Brawl Suspects Arrested

The Goldsboro Police Department arrests three individuals allegedly associated with a large brawl at a local gas station.

Arrest warrants for the charge of Disorderly Conduct were issued for 18-year old Kysheem J. Langston, 28-year old Jaikelvin D. Maye and 27-year old Adrane L. Swinson, all of Goldsboro.  The GPD reports those suspects were arrested Friday and each was released on a $500 secured bond.

The three suspects were allegedly involved in the large fight that broke out at the Circle K gas station on the 2100-block of Wayne Memorial Drive in the early morning hours of Saturday, August 5th.  The investigation is ongoing and charges against other individuals involved in the melee will be forthcoming.

The Goldsboro Police Department reports it had officers on the scene within four minutes of getting a call on the fight.  The GPD says it has reached out to the management of Circle K to develop a plan of action to ensure the safety of customers and to prevent events like this from happening in the future.

Anyone with information about this crime is asked to call or text Crime Stoppers at 919-735-2255 or submit a TIP at p3tips.com.

16 Comments

  1. unbelievable says:

    wow a brawl?? No Goldsboro this was a RIOT. Definition of a riot is “more than 3” causing a disturbance bla bla bla. They call it a brawl to make it sound like nothing and get low bond. This was a riot. Mob riot.

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  2. I agree carter good job gpd

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  3. What?! says:

    Idiots….”I’ve been doing dis since I wuz a young mufaaa “

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  4. Carter says:

    Good job Goldsboro PD!

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  5. kelly tom says:

    our county magistrates must be getting kick backs from bondsmen that’s why the low bonds. because setting high bond would only keep these thugs in jail till court date ( any drug dealer can get 500.00 /1,000.00 dollars easy but 10,000.00 / 20,000.00 dollars is a lot harder )

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    • Waynecountynative says:

      They were charged with Disorderly Conduct. A $20,000 bond would be tossed out by any court in the country. The courts have rules they must follow as well.

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      • Kelly tom says:

        The point 10/20 was in general.point was about low bonds in general

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        • Waynecountynative says:

          And the subsequent point was that bonds are governed by a number that f facts including the charge the subject is facing. The Constitution required such a calculation so magistrates don’t have the ability to just hand out massive bonds for every subject arrested.

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      • unbelievable says:

        They didn’t follow the legal rule when they charged them because this was a Riot.

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    • JT says:

      I don’t think you realize just how many arrests are made in Wayne county. If the magistrates set high bonds for every drug dealer in Wayne county there would be 2,000 people in jail on any given day.

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      • CJ says:

        I would rather my tax dollars be spent to keep them in jail than to entertain them with “24 Hours of Peace”.

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      • You says:

        Yea, guess we’re better off just giving them low bonds and letting them run around freely

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        • JT says:

          Building a third jail is fine with me. Be willing to pay for it in the form of a tax increase though. If you have a complaint about bonds, call the resident superior court judge in this judicial district. They oversee bond amounts and all the magistrates. Complaining up here sure isn’t getting anything accomplished.

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      • Kelly tom says:

        I do understand, and when these thugs go to court repeat offenders get suspended sentences due to overcrowding.

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      • kelly tom says:

        that’s sad, the amount of drug dealers in goldsboro. what should we do? what do you thing? I’am not being smart and I agree with you but what do you think needs to be done to change things?

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        • Poopgonzalez says:

          Or, NC could legalize marijuana, start off taxing it at 20%, add another 3-4% “local use tax”, regulate the bejesus out of it, and accpmplish two things. The city, county, and state would receive millions upon millions of tax revenue, all the while putting most of these drug dealers out of business.
          Win win situation.

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