Thursday 23 Nov 2017

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Shooting Reported On Patetown Road

The Goldsboro Police Department is investigating an overnight shooting that left one person injured.  GPD officers responded to the reported shooting around midnight Tuesday at a residence on the 200-block of Patetown Road.  The home’s owner stated she was inside when she heard shots fired near her garage.  Two other victims told police two unknown black males forced their way into the garage, pointed a gun at them and asked, “Where is is at?”  According to the police report, one victim hid behind some tires as the gunfire rang out.  Then, after 1 AM, the GPD was informed that 38-year old John O. Mumford of Goldsboro had arrived at Wayne UNC Health Care in a personal vehicle having suffered multiple gunshot wounds.  The Goldsboro Police Department Investigations Division was notified and responded for the case.

6 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Odd event. It doesn’t appear the victim called GPD. It was the hospital, which I guess is protocol when someone with a gunshot wound arrives there.

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  2. Adamrothman says:

    Seems there is a common theme in the everyday violence of goldsboro.

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  3. kialboots says:

    Thugsboro continues on, and the GDN keeps publishing the evidence proving it.

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  4. Tired.as.hell says:

    One day they will walk up …but be wheeled away!!! Stupid thugs!!!

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    • carrying says:

      EXACTLY! THAT,UNFORTUANATELY, IS GOING TO BE THE ONLY THING THAT SLOWS IT DOWN

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      • Tired.as.hell says:

        That will be the only way to send a clear message to these thug punks to keep their feet in their own yard !!!! And sadly the homeowner will be the one questioned and worried about the consequences.So f’ed up !!

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