Third Marine Charged In Triple Shooting

A third Camp Lejeune Marine has been charged in this past weekend's shooting outside a Jacksonville restaurant.

Lance Corporal Robert Goense is charged with the shooting of Enation Roney.

Roney, and two other men, were shot outside the Las Maracas early Sunday morning after police say the three got into a argument with other customers of the restaurant.

The Marine Corps says Goense is a rifleman, assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 6th Marines. They say he entered the Marines in July 2008 and was promoted to his current rank on June 1, 2009.

Earlier this week police charged Lance Corporal Erwin Rodriguez, Jr. with the shooting of Jonni Aidoo, while Sergeant Michael Haridat was charged with shooting Christian Onate.

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A Marine sergeant has been arrested this past weekend's shooting in Jacksonville.

The shooting happened early Sunday at Las Maracas on Lejeune Boulevard in Jacksonville.

28-year-old Sergeant Michael Haridat, of Tallman Circle in Midway Park, is charged with one count of Assault with a Deadly Weapon with Intent to Kill Inflicting Serious Injury by shooting Christian Onate. He is being held at the Onslow County Jail under a $60,000 secured bond.

Haridat is not charged with shooting the other two victims, Enation Roney and Jonni Aidoo. Haridat is also facing drug charges.

Marines say the 28-year-old Haridat is a rifleman, assigned to 3rd Battalion, 6th Marines at Camp Lejeune. The base says Haridat is also facing several drug-related charges.

Haridat is a decorated Marine. His awards include two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals, the Combat Action Ribbon and a variety of campaign and service decorations.

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  • by Unknown on Jan 26, 2010 at 12:32 PM
    I believe that anyone with a violent past, even if it was minor should not be allowed to join the military service. i am sorry but they are pretty much trained killers and i believe that by allowing someone with a violent history into the military only makes things worse!
  • by FORMER MARINE Location: CHICAGO on Jan 17, 2010 at 01:36 PM
    Unfortunately this kid was probably a thug before he joined. Three months of boot camp isn't going to change a kid if he doesn't believe in what the Marine Corps is trying to teach him.
  • by Anonymous on Jan 11, 2010 at 11:54 AM
    In some cases prisones who are released have to go to a halfway house before they are allowed to return to life without a leash. I think the same concept should be posed upon military men and woman groomed to kill. Pyschologically speaking, they need to be reprogrammed.
  • by The Voice of Reason on Jan 10, 2010 at 05:36 PM
    Fine with me. I'd gladly leave this country. At least France does not wage wars on third world nations under false pretenses. The only comeback that you and all of the neo-conservative zealots that post on here can come up with is "leave the country". Better yet, "American Love It or Leave It". Well, sir, I do not love this country. I tolerate it. And I do not bow to you or any of our so-called "heroes", as we are expected to do in this state.
  • by USMC MSGT on Jan 10, 2010 at 03:54 PM
    Wow hurt me with a come back about grammar! I am impressed. Speaking of grammar why would you capitalize basic grammar? Judging by your typing, I can see you are a bleeding heart liberal. I like how you avoided all of my previous points. I agree you need a to live in a country with leader that does not have a patriotic military. Again try France!!!
  • by The Voice of Reason. on Jan 10, 2010 at 02:09 PM
    My suggestion to you, USMC MSGT, is to first take a course in Basic Grammar. Judging by your typing, I can see why you are a marine (notice I did not capitalize the word "marine"). What we need are leaders, not miliataristic neanderthals ranting about patriotism and brainwashed into the absurd mindset of "My country, right or wrong".
  • by USMC MSGT on Jan 10, 2010 at 09:48 AM
    To: The voice of reason!!!! First off maybe you should learn to read!! I never said N.J. was south of here. I was quoting a post left by Mountainside N.J. My post was To: Mountainside NJ. I assure you I know how to read a map!! Second what this country needs is a waving flag in every ones face. You say you pay my salary! Here is a solution for you, quit your job and move to Cananda!! Or better yet France!! I am sure I will still get paid!! Do not forget I pay taxes to. If your not a satisfied customer I suggest you vote your elected officials out of office. Or bettter yet why don't you pick up a M-16 and stand on a post if you think you can do a better job.
  • by The Voice of Reason on Jan 10, 2010 at 07:13 AM
    First off, USMC MSGT, New Jersey is NORTH of here, not south. If you were not blinded by the waving the flag in everyone's face, you would realize that. Secondly, I pay your salary, and I am not a satisfied customer. So, Captain America, lay off of the Frank Burns rhetoric for a while.
  • by USMC MSGT Location: Camp Lejeune NC on Jan 9, 2010 at 07:58 PM
    To: mountainside nj!!! who cares about some rinky dink town down south anyway?? That rinky dink town just happens to be a huge Marine Corps community that has about 45,000 american heros in it that call it home! It is not just some rinky dink town. If your town is so great keep all these trouble making thugs in it. We don't need these thugs here. We need MEN that serve with honor!
  • by anonymous Location: mountainside nj on Jan 9, 2010 at 06:31 PM
    once again i know bobby goense he is a good kid and has a great respected family and i think we need to see how the story develops before we rush into a conclusion and who cares about some rinky dink town down south anyway??
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