UPDATE: Wanted Havelock Man Surrenders To Police

A wanted man turned himself into police overnight to face charges of shooting at a building and a car.

Marvin Norris Jr.

Marvin Norris, Jr. surrendered to Havelock police just before midnight Tuesday to face a charge of Discharging a Weapon Into an Occupied Dwelling.

Police say Norris shot a gun into an apartment at the Kelly Park Apartments on Shipman Rd. Sunday afternoon. Detectives believe Norris also fired at a gun that was leaving the parking lot. No injuries were reported.

Additional arrest warrants for other cases charging Norris with Discharging a Weapon at a Moving Vehicle and Discharging a Weapon were also served when Norris surrendered to police.

His bond was set at $40,000.

Norris was cleared of a fatal shooting at the same Havelock complex back in November 2012 where he shot and killed 28-year-old Demetri Berry.



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A man who shot and killed a man nearly two years ago is accused of opening fire in the same apartment complex where the fatal shooting happened.

Havelock police said 20-year-old Marvin Norris Jr. fired a gun toward building D of Kelly Park Apartments on Shipman Road in Havelock on Sunday.

No one was hurt, although one of the bullets struck inside apartment 2 of the building, according to officials.

Police said Norris also shot at a small, red car as it was leaving the complex.

Norris was cleared of a fatal shooting at the same Havelock complex back in November 2012 where he shot and killed 28-year-old Demetri Berry.

Berry and accomplice Marcus Berry broke into Norris' apartment, armed with a golf club and baseball bat. The two men believed Norris had previously broken into their home.

Police are now searching for Norris for shooting a weapon in the same apartment complex.

Anyone with information about the shooting are asked to call the Confidential Tip Line for Havelock police at 252-463-7115.




 
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