Police say a validated member of the Crips was shot Tuesday night in Greenville, and he continues not to cooperate with authorities.
Marlon McMillian, Jr. was wounded in the leg, and has since been treated and released from Vidant Medical Center.
Police say McMillian was shot in the front yard of his home on Riggs Lane. He drove himself to the hospital.
An argument apparently preceded the shooting, according to police.
McMillian spent more than two and a half years in prison for armed robbery in Pitt County and was released in 2010. He was also convicted in 2006 of larceny and communicating threats.
A young man drove himself to the hospital after being shot in the leg Tuesday night in a residential part of Greenville, according to police.
GPD Spokeswoman Kristen Hunter said officers were called to Ham Lane in Greenville around 8 p.m. Tuesday after a 24-year-old man was shot in the leg.
Officers said the victim drove himself to the hospital. He has already been treated and released from Vidant Medical Center, according to investigators.
Police said the man did not have life threatening injuries and has been uncooperative with police as they pursue their investigation.
Officers with the GPD Gang Unit and Criminal Investigations Bureau are continuing their work, according to Hunter.
If you have any information that may help police track down the shooter, you are asked to call police at (252) 329-4315.
Officers were dispatched to the scene of a shooting around 8:00 p.m.
Greenville Police say a man was shot in the leg. No word on his identity or how he's doing.
GPD spokeswoman Kristen Hunter says the victim was already en route to Vidant Medical Center when police arrived. Hunter says officers were attempting to locate the crime scene, but that it's somewhere near Ham Lane, which is just off southwest Greenville Boulevard.
Stay with WITN.com for any updates on this developing story.
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