Wednesday 26 Jun 2019

Additional Arrests Made In Drakeford Homicide

Two more arrests are made in connection to a September murder in Goldsboro.

The Goldsboro Police Department reports 19-year-old Antwon D. Hamilton of Goldsboro was arrested and charged with Murder on Monday.  Additionally, 21-year-old Tynae J. Jeffers of Goldsboro was arrested Tuesday and charged with Harboring a Fugitive.

The new arrests stem from the September 27th shooting on the 1500 block of Edgerton Street.  Terrance R. Drakeford and juvenile female were shot during the incident, and Drakeford was pronounced dead at the scene.

Hamilton is being held at the Wayne County Detention Center under no bond.  Bond for Jeffers was set at $5,000 secured.

19-year-old Keiran A. Tann was already arrested and charged with Murder in relation to the September shooting.

Antwon Devon Hamilton

Tynae Joann Jeffers



  1. Really Dude says:

    So I wonder if she knew what he done, or was she just letting him stay with her because he may have said that he was homeless. Why do people have to take down others when they know that they did wrong. That is an act of selfishness at its finest.

  2. Carter says:

    He trying to look all bad,the only thing bad about him is the stench!


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