Thursday 24 May 2018

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First Suspect Arrested For Tuesday Shooting

One person is arrested for a Goldsboro shooting and police continue looking for a second suspect in the case. The Goldsboro Police Department reports 19-year-old D’Qurious A. Bradford of Goldsboro was arrested by members of the U.S. Marshal Task Force in Garner on Wednesday.  Bradford is being held at the Wayne County Detention Center under a $1 million secured bond for the charge of Attempted First Degree Murder.  Bradford and 19-year-old Kysheem J. Langston of Goldsboro were wanted in connection to the Tuesday shooting.  The GPD 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.  Langston remains at large and is considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone with information on 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: Kysheem J. Langston

7 Comments

  1. JD Smith says:

    I am sure he is a good boy!

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  2. B says:

    How do you pronounce that name?

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  3. ErlRay says:

    Will walk in less than a week due to liberal BS.. With his record there should be NO BOND..

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  4. CJ says:

    Fantastic! Now…can we possibly convince whoever keeps standing, attempts to and/or does stand his bond to leave his butt in jail for the safety of the community? Anyone who does stand his bond should be held just as liable for any/all crimes that he commits if he gets out. They have to realize at some point that they are eventually going to lose money on this thug…he’s eventually going to abscond & leave them holding the bag.

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    • Bless His Heart. says:

      This time the bond is a bit of a reach; perhaps enough to prevent his supporters from raising the price.

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    • gettin' tired says:

      So true. Let’s just hope he stays in jail for a long long time……..never to get out.

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