A man accused of shooting and killing a Havelock man in broad daylight Friday will face a judge Monday morning.
Authorities arrested and charged 23-year-old Christopher Godette of Morehead City with one count of felony murder.
Officials said Godette was wanted in connection with 45-year-old Gerald Price's death.
Havelock police found Price on 228 Cedar Ridge Lane suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Price was taken to the hospital where he later died, according to police.
Together with Morehead City police, Havelock investigators were able to get Godette in custody without incident.
Godette is being held at the Craven County Detention Center with no bond. He will make his first court appearance Monday morning.
Christopher Godette, 23, of Morehead City is being held in the Craven County Detention Center with no bond, according to the Havelock Police Department.
Authorities say Godette is facing one count of felony murder.
Morehead City Police worked with Havelock investigators to get Godette in custody without incident.
Godette was wanted in connection to Gerald Price's death. Havelock PD found Price on 228 Cedar Ridge Lane suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was later pronounced dead.
Anyone with additional information about this case is asked to call the Havelock PD at (252) 447-3212. If you wish to remain anonymous, call (252) 463-7115.
Havelock police say they got a call around 11:10 a.m. to Cedar Ridge Lane where they found a man with multiple gunshot wounds in the front yard of the home.
Police have now identified the murder victim as 45-year-old Gerald Price.
He was airlifted to Vidant Medical Center where he died. Investigators say Price was shot inside the home, and managed to make it outside where they found him.
Police recovered multiple weapons and bullets at the scene, and are searching for a black Dodge Ram 2500 series crew cab pickup truck. The vehicle has no tailgate and was last seen going toward Highway 101 on Webb Boulevard. The driver was possibly a black man, wearing a dark rain jacket and a hooded sweatshirt.
Police say they are still investigating circumstances of the shooting and a motive, but do not believe it was a random act of violence. Those people interviewed by investigators so far could provide police little information on the homicide.
Anyone with information on the homicide should call Havelock Police at 252-447-3212.