Wednesday 17 Oct 2018

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GPD Seeks Two Shooting Suspects

One person is injured in a Goldsboro shooting, and police are now looking for two suspects in the case. The Goldsboro Police Department responded to the 1100 block of Olivia Lane for a ShotSpotter alert early Tuesday afternoon.  Officers also located a victim with a graze mark on her stomach at an apartment on the 900 block of Carver Drive.  The 17-year-old female was taken to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries.

The GPD says it is looking for 19-year-old D’Qurious A. Bradford and 19-year-old Kysheem J. Langston, both of Goldsboro.  Bradford and Langston are both wanted for Attempted Murder.  Both suspects should be considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone with information on Bradford’s and Langston’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Goldsboro Police Department, call or text Crime Stoppers at 919-735-2255, or submit a tip online at p3tips.com.

WANTED: D’Qurious Aaron Bradford

WANTED: Kysheem Jaire Langston

 

20 Comments

  1. Kama says:

    Here They Go… Again. D’Qurious Aaron Bradford doesn’t need a fresh mugshot, as the one posted IS quite recent and very familiar. His partner, Kysheem Jaire dLangston is just as bad. Hopefully, this time the judge will do the RIGHT thing by sentencing them appropriately.

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  2. Bdiddy says:

    Wait until they kill someone??? Hello, they just tried to commit murder! It would be very nice for some lawyer type person to post something about Bonds, there has to be some type of guidelines for the magistrates to go by! If not, what do they do, make up the amounts? Sounds like a racket to me! Goldsboro has a bad rep to start with, we can pretty up the downtown area all we want to bring in more money and visitors but I hope they do there research about Goldsboro before coming here, they have a good chance to run into thugs like these guys and end up dead! I think the city counsel even has a little smell of fake!

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  3. Minisha says:

    Are yall serious…its funny how they will just lock up a person for nothing. And for the record Kysheem is a Choir boy!

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  4. If one searches archived news reports, you’ll find that Mr. Langston is no choir boy either. He has a criminal record almost identical to Mr. Bradford’s because they apparently have committed many of their previous crimes together. Time to put these bad boys where they belong…Central Prison.

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    • Minisha says:

      So you believe everything you see in papers. Anyone can press charges on you if they know your name and an old address. You dont have to physically be seen or there period. Stop talking about things you know nothing about!

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      • I “know” that in February of last year, Kysheem was not “just seen or reported to have been there” but was caught (red-handed) and charged with a stolen handgun. I “know” that he was apparently cruising around (and trying to outrun the cops) with 4 others who happened to be in possession of a stolen AR-15 rifle. I “know” that he was also charged (video evidence) with being part of the “Circle K Brawl” last year. I “know” that he’s now being sought by the law for attempted murder. If he’s your definition of a choir boy, maybe y’all are going to the wrong church. He definitely needs to start making better choices when he chooses his friends..after he gets released from prison because I sure hope that becomes his “new address”. The citizens of this community shouldn’t have to live in fear of thugs like him & Bradford.

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  5. Garrett says:

    I cannot for the life of me understand how D’Qurious Aaron Bradford is on the street again to reek havoc and put innocent people in harms way. It’s obvious that he will not comply with any prerelease rules has not value for human life. When this predator kills someone, who shall we blame? Him…give me a break.! He will be uplifted by Rev. Barber as a martyr that has had his civil rights violated! The Magistrate’s? Surely, this is where it begins. He should be under a substantial secured bond. that he would remain in jail. We are not talking about violating his precious rights, but a bond based on his past criminal history, failure to comply with release conditions and status as a validated gang member. Pretty sure he is being supervised by Probation/Parole. Someone needs to light a fire under the Department of Public Safety’s butt to make sure his is being supervised appropriately. When he kills an innocent victim, it will be too late for finger pointing, alibis and excuses.

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  6. ErlRay says:

    It’s long past due for the people of Wayne county to get mad and demand our so called leaders get off their liberal as#es and do their jobs.

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  7. CJ says:

    OK…so someone please, please explain to me why D’Qurious is on the streets again. He is a “validated gang member” who has been arrested NUMEROUS times in the past year on gun-related charges including Assault with a Deadly Weapon with Intent to Kill Inflicting Serious Injury, Discharging a Weapon into an Occupied Building, Possession of a Stolen Firearm (including an AR-15 assault rifle), Altering a Gun’s Serial Number, and Carrying a Concealed Weapon. So many times, the police did their job & caught him but a sorry judicial system keeps turning him loose on the public by issuing low bonds and slow court hearings. GET THIS THUG OFF OF OUR STREETS!

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    • gettin' tired says:

      That’s right. I thought his mug shot looked familiar. He was on here not to long ago…..and YES why is he back on the streets??????????

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    • Carter says:

      Because the Magerates are looking for job security,set low bond because they know a lot of them will be right back !

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      • JMHO says:

        FWIW: ” Magistrates are appointed to an initial two-year term and subsequent four-year-terms by the senior resident Superior Court judge from among persons nominated by the clerk of superior court.” (From the NC Courts web site.

        From the same site, it appears that William W. Bland is the Senior Resident Superior Court Judge for Wayne County. Guess we are going to have to keep an eye on the ballots. He was elected in 2016, so I’m assuming four years…

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    • Bless Heart. says:

      People this is an election issue. This is why we need the stories to name the Magistrate and the Judge who provided the guidelines. Every time.

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    • JMHO says:

      Agreed! What are they going to do? Wait until he actually KILLS someone before they keep him locked up? He is obviously not learning any lessons from that revolving door at the jail, am I right?

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    • Minisha says:

      Where’s the proof bigshot?

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