Eden man wished when Greensboro man was shot, police say | information

EDEN – Authorities are looking for an Eden man who allegedly broke into a house, shot a Greensboro man and then fled the scene, Eden police said in a press release.

Police said the domestic-related shooting occurred just after 4 a.m. on Friday at 625 Riverview St.

Jaqueal Raquan Berger

Courtesy of the Eden Police Department

The officers were called inside after someone called 911. On the way, officers watched a white Nissan Altima drive at high speed on Riverside Drive off Riverview Street. Officials tried to stop the vehicle, but it escaped and chased the vehicle, the statement said.

The Nissan eventually stopped on NC 14 North, and a rear passenger got out and fled on foot. The driver of the vehicle and one other passenger were provisionally arrested.

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Amanda Hopkins Carter

Courtesy of the Eden Police Department

Meanwhile, Greensboro officials found Craig McConnell who was reportedly suffering from a gunshot wound in the house. McConnell was rushed to hospital where he was listed in stable condition, police said.

The investigators identified Jaqueal Raquan Berger (23) from Eden as a suspect and received the following arrest warrants: attempted first degree murder; Assault with a lethal weapon with intent to kill, inflicting serious injuries; Attack with a lethal weapon with intent to kill; and first-degree slump.

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Marcus Lamont graves

Courtesy of the Eden Police Department

As a result of the vehicle tracking, police said that Amanda Hopkins Carter, 42, of Eden was arrested and charged with driving a motor vehicle while trying to escape prosecution; reckless driving to endanger people / property; and failure to stop when the light is steady red. Carter was being held on bail of $ 5,000.

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