Two more shootings have occurred in Kinston, after four homes this weekend were struck by gunfire.
Police say Tuesday afternoon around 3:00 p.m. they got a call about a vehicle struck by gunfire. Marvin Davis told them he was driving in the area of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and East Lenoir avenue. Police recovered shell casings in the area of East Lenoir and Raleigh Street and witnesses told police the shooter was driving a burgundy two-door car.
Then early this morning police responded to a home on East Lenoir Avenue where a bullet had struck a home. Officers found the bullet in a hallway closet.
No one was injured in either shooting.
This past weekend four homes were hit in three different shooting cases. Police said it appears those were all drive-by shootings and they were investigating whether they all were connected.
Police in Kinston are investigating whether shootings into four homes this weekend are connected. No one was injured in any of the shootings while police believe were all drive-by shootings.
Police say the first happened Saturday around 8:40 p.m. at 203 Cox Avenue. Officers say five bullets hit the home, as well as a vehicle parked in the front yard. A grey SUV was seen in the area.
The next shooting happened Sunday around 6:20 p.m. at 1507 1/2 Stroud Avenue. That home was struck once by gunfire, while those inside reported hearing two or three gun shots.
The final shooting happened around 10:50 p.m. on Williams Street. In that case two homes, one at 816 and the other at 818, were hit numerous times by bullets.
The three locations are just several blocks from each other. Police say they haven't made any arrests.