Woman Dies At PCMH After Nightclub Shooting

One of three people shot outside a Rocky Mount nightclub has died and police say they plan to upgrade charges in the case.

Police say Jordan Moody died Wednesday morning at Pitt County Memorial Hospital. The 19-year-old woman was shot early Sunday morning, along with two other people, outside of Club Element on Benvenue Road. Police say the shooting happened after a traffic accident in the parking lot.

Police say they will ask charges against Shaki Jones be upgraded to murder, while they plan to charge Randy Sharpe, Jr. with aid and abet first degree murder.

Authorities say Moody was shot in the head, while Jerez Norwood was hit in the leg annd Tyshawn Adams was grazed in the arm. Norwood was treated at Nash General Hospital and Adams didn't require any medical treatment.


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Three people were wounded and one man arrested after a shooting this weekend in the parking lot of a Rocky Mount nightclub, apparently because of a traffic accident.

Shaki Jones is charged with two counts of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury with intent to kill and possession of a firearm by a felon.

The shooting happened early Sunday morning at Club Element on Benvenue Road. Police say Jordan Moody was shot in the head, Jerez Norwood was hit in the leg and Tyshawn Adams was grazed in the arm. Moody is in critical condition at Pitt County Memorial Hospital, while Norwood was treated at Nash General Hospital and Adams didn't require any medical treatment.

Police say the shooting happened after a traffic accident in the club's parking lot.

The 21-year-old Jones was jailed on a $95,000 bond. The Department of Correction says Jones served a little over three years in prison on an armed robbery charge. He was release from prison in June 2009.


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  • by Heartbroken Location: Wilson on Nov 13, 2010 at 11:27 AM
    Jordan was not killed over a traffic accident, she was MURDERED, just as surely as if the gun had been held to her head. She did not know any of those that gunned her down in the parking lot that night. To the familes of those arrested, I HOLD YOU RESPONSIBLE TOO, you knew their lifestyle and did nothing and yet my heart goes out to you also, more children growing up without fathers, parents and grandparents without loved ones. This crime is like cancer it has spread so much pain, heartbreak and sadness to so many people. Yet I know this will not be the last innocent to die by a bullet, it will not change until parents start raising their kids with discipline, respect and morals, it will not change until kids realize all life should be valued even their own, it will not stop until our justice system stops it's trickery, back-handed deals and political self preservation. JORDAN may be an angel in heaven, but here on earth, I will make it my life's work to see justice done.
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      by amen! on Sep 21, 2011 at 08:01 PM in reply to Heartbroken
      amen, good luck to you, i hope you will get justice for jordan. i love your post, its brilliant, i wish it were on t shirts, billboards, foreheads, what have you!
  • by COCO on Nov 9, 2010 at 09:55 AM
    R.I.P. TO JM I didnt know her but im pretty sure she was a nice and caring person who did no harm and my prayers are sent out too her family i knw this must hurt. But for alot of people too dislike shottz like they knew him he made a bad mistake and he did not mean too kill that girl he was not a bad person at all i dnt knw much about the bible really bt i knw god also said how can u judge a book by its cover people got so much hatered out in this world ready too see someone go or be in jail for a long time u shouldnt wish no bad luck on noone that is wrong of us too do this im only 18 and our generation is the messed up with all this killing robbing and evilness going on in the world we all need too stay drama free make it a better inviorement make prayers also go out too shottz and randy family there life is messed up behind this too espically randy because he was just in the wrong place at wrong time no he facing murder
  • by Marc Location: Wide Awake Wilson on Nov 8, 2010 at 11:21 AM
    RIP JORDAN MOODY,Yo its wild how someone i kno is jus gone 4eva!!!!!!!!! Jordan ima miss u buddy!!!!!
  • by OpenCarry on Nov 7, 2010 at 01:25 PM
    When will NC lift the moratorium on the Death Penalty? Our jails are filling with sociopathic thugs like this who time and time again show depraved disregard for human life. Mr. Jones and his ilk are "defective units" and need to be "recalled to the Manufacturer". Call your State Representative, the Attorney General, and Governor Perdue, and DEMAND that the Death Penalty Moratorium be lifted. Justice delayed is justice denied...
  • by Butta Location: greenville on Nov 6, 2010 at 09:52 PM
    RIP JORDAN THIS CHANGED ME AND MY LIFE I STARTED GOIN TO CLUB ELEMENT EVRY WEEKEND AND PLANNED ON GOIN THAT WEEKEND BUT I JUST HAD A FUNNY FEELING AND DECIDED NT TO GO IM GOING TO LEAVE THE CLUBS ALONE FOR GOOD NOW THINGS ARENT LIKE THEY USED TO BE IM ONLY 18.I LOST MY BRUTHA 9 MONTHS AGO LIFE IS NOT THE SAME PRAY 4 MY FAM AND I WILL CONTINUE TO PRAY 4 URS RIP SWEETHEART
  • by Anonymous on Nov 4, 2010 at 10:50 PM
    How can any of you defend this man and he shot and killed a 19 year old girl over a car? I have a 19 year old daughter and I would be very hurt if someone did this to her. She was someones friend, cousin, daughter,and now she is gone. He is still breathing and her family is suffering because he made the wrong decision. He needs to go to jail...better yet he needs to be put to sleep. RIP Jordan..this is such a tragedy and some of you are taking up for this monster he deserves whatever he gets.
  • by Anonymous on Nov 2, 2010 at 06:59 PM
    jones deserves to die.
  • by Well.. Location: Greenville on Nov 2, 2010 at 12:23 PM
    I feel for your loss and pray that her family as well as everyone else continues to grow and get stronger thru this hard time. As someone previously stated Jones is NOT a bad person and the bad thing is the media is making him to seem like he is because of his past. He was NOT the one that did the shooting. They just decided to air it out like that. Sucks. Justice needs to be served on the CORRECT person and he KNOWS who he is and I believe now so do they.
  • by Katie Location: England on Nov 2, 2010 at 09:49 AM
    Jordan was my cousin and firstly I would like to say to all the people who have commented below about Jones not being a bad person, you don't know what you are talking about! Jordan was a beautiful, funny and vibarant person who loved life and had so much more to live for and that scum has stolen that from her!She was 19 years old! He may well be someones son brother etc but Jordan was someones daughter, sister niece, auntie and cousin and she wasn't the one who went out carrying a deadly weapon. She ran back into the club because her friend was still in there and that one self-less act cost her, her life. Bullets may not have names on them but if you carry a deadly weapon it must mean you are willing to use it! Jordan was not involved in any altercation with any of the shooters and was caught by a stray bullet in the 3rd vertebrae in her neck/head. I hope with all my heart that this monster faces the death penalty, why should he be allowed to live after he took Jordan away from us.....
  • by Quantina Location: Wilson on Nov 1, 2010 at 03:52 PM
    me personally i think they should get life, because they don't realize how much pain and hurt they have brought to her family and friends... it's crazy how things just happen and you not know its going to happen, but like they say life is short for all the games and bullsh*t people are trying to play... when good kids get hurt then thats when reality hits, WHY CANT IT HIT BEFORE -R.I.P J. MOODY
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