Monday 19 Aug 2019

Two Arrested, One Still Wanted For Goldsboro Murder

The Goldsboro Police Department reports two suspects have been arrested and one is still wanted in connection to a Friday murder.

34-year-old Tishan Geigher of Goldsboro was found suffering from gunshot wounds at the America’s Best Value Inn on the 700 block of U.S. Highway 70 East around 10:30 PM Friday.  He was pronounced dead at the scene.

During the course of the investigation, several suspects were developed. Subsequently, warrants were obtained for 20-year-old Jaime Elias Toledano, 18-year-old Jose Amando Roman, and 18-year-old Cameron Chans Smith, all of Dudley, for Murder, Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon, and Conspiracy to Commit Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon. Around 7:45 PM Saturday, Cameron Smith was taken into custody in the 100 block of Jill Street in Dudley by ATF Agents, Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, and Investigators with the Goldsboro Police Department. The arrest was without incident. He received no bond

At approximately 1 AM on Sunday, Jaime Toledano was arrested at Grantham School Road near Suttontown Road by members of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office Patrol, ACE Team, and REACT Team. The arrest was without incident. Jaime Toledano was taken before a Magistrate where he was jailed in lieu of “no bond.”

Jose Roman still remains at large and should be considered armed and dangerous. 

Anyone with information on this crime is asked to call the Goldsboro Police Department, call or text Crime Stoppers, or submit a tip at


  1. Anom says:

    Them Bums. LONG LIVE Ty!

  2. Delta says:

    Dudley’s finest.

  3. Carter says:

    Three fine specimens.

    • Mr C says:

      kidds……lost with nothing to do / no guidance

      • Aaliyah says:

        You are right, but most kids with nothing to do play video games and waste time on social media.

        Jaime Elias Toledano, Jose Amando Roman, and Cameron Chans Smith murdered a man.

        By the way, the deceased’s name is/was “Tyshawn Geigher”


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