Thursday 14 Dec 2017

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New Arrests For 2015 Kinston Murder

Three new suspects are charged in connection to a 2015 murder in Kinston.  The Kinston Police Department reports 33-year old Paris G. Hannibal of Kinston, 21-year old Erica M. Jones of Raleigh, and 33-year old Frankiena D. McCotter of New Bern have been charged with Felony Accessory After the Fact.  Jones also faces a count of Felony Conspiracy.  The three suspects are charged in relation to the death of 71-year old Jack Davis, Jr.  Davis suffered blunt force trauma to his head during an incident on the 600-block of Girl Scout Road on July 19th, 2015. He later passed away from his injuries.  In the days following the murder of Davis, six other individuals were arrested and charged with a variety of crimes, including Murder, Burglary, Armed Robbery, Larceny, and Conspiracy.

Paris Gereaux Hannibal
Bond: $75,000 secured

Erica Mona Jones
Bond: $550,000 secured

Frankiena Danielle McCotter
Bond: $250,000 secured

3 Comments

  1. Adamrothman says:

    Good looking group

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  2. GPD says:

    At least Kinston can set some realistic bail. Thugsboro needs to take notes on how it’s done.

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  3. P'od Retiree says:

    I knew Jack personally. He was a very kind man who didn’t deserve to pass the way he did. I hope they put all of the folks involved in prison for the rest o their lives!

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