Friday 20 Oct 2017

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Person Shot In Goldsboro Home

A resident is injured during a shooting in Goldsboro. According to the Goldsboro Police Department report, the 60-year old victim let two male subjects into his residence on the 500-block of Eason Street around 3 AM Wednesday morning.  An altercation occurred and the victim was shot twice.  The victim was transported to the hospital.  The suspects were listed as unknown in the GPD report.

5 Comments

  1. James says:

    Rock. Trump is president for only 4 years. Also try proof reading your text. Many misspelled words and get yours facts straight.

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    • Rocky says:

      Well Mr. CNN, how did thode “Hillary will win by a landslide polls” work for you last time lib man??? Yes, 7 more years #MAGA2020!!!!!

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  2. BP says:

    Nothing suspicious here.

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  3. Rocky says:

    And I love Donald Trump- he will be YOUR prez for the next 7 words, get over it, killary lost and Donald won, that still hasn’t sunk in with some yet, we tolersted that last @#$%, you can tolerate our guy, suk it up and deal with it. Or go riot in the streets and get run over, I clearly don’t care, will just be less fools in society. Nope I’m not apologizing for a dam thing.

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