GREENVILLE - Greenville Police arrest two more suspects responsible for the deadly club shooting of Dontae Haddock.
Police have arrested 18 year old Shawndre Levon Dixon of Greenville for Accessory After the Fact and 27 year old Taquone Rasheen Barksdale of Greenville with Assault with A Deadly Weapon, Intent to Kill and Inflicting serious Injury. Dixon is placed under a $500,000 secured bond and Barksdale is placed under a $400,000 secured bond in the Pitt County Detention Center.
Police said more arrests are possible.
Leonard Williams is facing murder and attempted murder charges in connection with the shooting. Broderick Harris, 23, and George Perry, Jr., 27, both face accessory charges after the fact. Police said the two helped Williams escape from authorities after the shooting. .
Williams turned himself into officials around 2 p.m. Thursday afternoon after an arrest warrant was issued.
Williams is placed in the Pitt County Detention Center with a $2,000,000 bond. Williams is charged with one count each of Murder, Attempted Murder and Assault with Deadly Weapon Inflicting Serious Injury with Intent To Kill. Williams next court date is set for July 19th.
Police said all suspects have a criminal history in Greenville and are affiliated with the Crips street gang. Police said the victim Haddock was affiliated with the Bloods street gang.
A man was pronounced dead after being shot outside a Greenville club at 1:34am Saturday.
Greenville Police Officers were in the area of East 4th Street between Reade and Cotanche Street working a fight that that had initially started in a downtown club.
That's when several shots rang out near East 4th Street and Evans Street. Four people were injured in the shooting. One victim, 21-year-old Dontae Montrel Haddock, was shot and later pronounced dead at Vidant Medical Center. The condition of the other three is not known .
Police said other arrests could be made for this case.
City Council members will discuss the shooting incident when they resume council in August. In order for metal detectors or mandated pat downs to take place at all Greenville clubs council would have to vote the decision in as a city ordinance.
Police said The Phoenix club already goes above the minimum bounce training issued with pat downs.
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