A week to the day since a man was shot in the head at his home, deputies said they would canvass that same neighborhood looking for more information.
On Tuesday, the Pitt County Sheriff's Office said detectives would be combing through the community in Farmville where Anthony Parker was shot in the head.
The Sheriff's Office says investigators will canvas the neighborhood as well as conduct a checking station from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. and another canvas and checking station will be conducted between 6:00 p.m. and 7:30p.m. Both will consist of patrol units and detectives handing out fliers and requesting any information.
On Tuesday, May 28th, deputies said the man was shot in the head outside his home on Lynch Street and left in the front yard.
Deputies said this Tuesday, they will be handing out fliers in the community and talking with neighbors in an effort to find more information leading to the shooter.
Last week, Parker's family told WITN the man was still in a coma from the assault.
On Wednesday, the family of a man shot in the head said he was still in a coma after the assault.
The Pitt County Sheriff's Office said Anthony Parker was shot in the head Tuesday afternoon on Lynch Street, and was still alive when he was found.
Parker's family told WITN the man had three bullet wounds to his head and as of Wednesday afternoon, was still in a coma.
Investigators said Parker suffered one gun shot wound to the head.
Family members said the man stayed with his grandmother, who suffered from a form of dementia or similar mental impairment, and helped her plant flowers and keep up the house.
Family said Parker often liked to listen to music while in sitting in the very gazebo where he was shot Tuesday.
Investigators have yet to release any information about a motive for the shooting or a suspect, but said they were following leads.
The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office has identified a man shot in the head in Fountain Tuesday afternoon as Anthony Parker.
The Sheriff's Office says Parker was found alive after the shooting on Lynch Street about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. Deputies have not released information about the exact location of the shooting or a motive, and have not identified a suspect.
Wallace says investigators have several leads and were still on the scene late Tuesday night.
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