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.
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.