Police investigate Sunday night gunfire

From Staff Reports

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A Sunday night shooting that damaged a house and a vehicle on Star Street is under investigation.

According to police reports, officers responded shortly after 8 p.m. to the 1000 block of Star Street where multiple gunmen are believed to have exchanged gunfire. A Toyota Corolla and a house were caught in the cross fire, but no one was injured.

Police later arrested Tyrone Foreman, 26, and charged him with damage to property in connection with the case. The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 977-1111 or crimestoppers@rockymountnc.gov.

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Sunday's Shooting

The gunshots heard on Sunday caused a riot and could have been worst. Where I live, that was an act of terrorist, and the people involved are charge as such. There were children and families and handicapped people close by and even though no one was hurt physically, it caused mental damage to many. When the people are found that caused this act, they should be charged with more than just property damage.

Case update

Wanda, I wanted to let you know that Foreman was charged on the 9th with assault with a deadly weapon with the intent to kill and jailed in Nash County under a $20,000 secured bond. The case is under further investigation, but a new brief with his mugshot and this charge should be posted later tonight or early tomorrow. Brie Handgraaf

Rocky Mount, Rocky Mount

Rocky Mount bystanders dodge bullets lives saved on city street at cook out. And certain people want you to believe that crime in Rocky Mount is not as bad as some say. I say BS!!!!!!! GANGS, GUNS, CRIME, DRUGS, KILLINGS, SHOOTINGS, COVER UPS, DENIAL, POVERTY, "UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES", SUBSTANDARD HOUSEING, CORRUPTION, EXPLOITATION OF THE POOR, ECT. IS ALIVE AND DOING VERY WELL IN ROCKY MOUNT NC WHILE THE REST OF THE CITY ROAST IN THE SUN AND SIP CHILED DRINKS WITHOUT A CARE.

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