Saturday 23 Feb 2019


2 Suspects Sentenced For Kinston Murder

Two people are sentenced to prison in connection to a 2015 Kinston murder. This week, 23-year-old Zavier M. Teach was sentenced to serve 168-214 months confinement after pleading guilty to a charge of 2nd Degree Murder in Lenoir County Court.  Also, 22-year-old Raekwon B. Cole will spend 13-25 months in prison after entering a guilty plea to a count of Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon.  Teach was charged with an open count of Murder for allegedly shooting and killing his girlfriend, 20-year-old Kadijah Z. Lenzy, on the 800 block of Dixon Street in Kinston on September 17th, 2015.  Cole was later charged with Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon and Accessory After the Fact of Murder in connection to the case.

Zavier Miguel Teach

Raekwan Bishop Cole


  1. Fact says:

    Hey will have girlfriends now ,whether they want them or not….the victim wasnt able to have a life and neither should they! !!!!!

  2. Zeke says:

    Discusting sentence. No wonder we have trash like this littering our streets. Do the crime and do a little time.

  3. Yea that’s 18 years max for taking a life our justice system is really backwards

  4. gettin' tired says:

    Maybe someone will take that smurk look off their faces when they go to prison.

  5. Adamrothman says:

    14 years for murder, wow.

    • gettin' tired says:

      Isn’t that the truth!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! what thugs. Their looks on their faces look like they could give a crap……what thugs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. GPD says:

    Life is cheap.. To hard to convict so lets get a plea..


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