Kinston Police Pursue Shooting Suspect, Chase Ends In Crash

Officers chased a shooting suspect in Kinston Saturday afternoon. The chase ended when the suspects car crashed into a utility pole.

According to Kinston police on Saturday afternoon officers responded to a shooting on the 500 block of Sherman St.

The victim said a suspect shot into his vehicle while he was driving. The victim's vehicle did have damage from gunfire, but the victim was not injured.

The victim and the suspect do know each other.

Police located the suspects vehicle and pursued it. Two people were inside that vehicle at the time.

One man inside the vehicle, Terrell Mcdonald, jumped from the vehicle, but was caught by police on Towerhill Rd.

Meanwhile the driver, Ricardo Williams, ended up crashing the vehicle into a utility pole on Pine Street, and he was also arrested.

Both men are now in jail. They are both facing charges of felony speed to elude and resisting, delaying, obstructing public officials.

Williams is also being charged with discharging a firearm into an occupied conveyance in operation, assault with a deadly weapon, and being a felon in possession of a firearm.

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  • by get them thugs Location: greenville on Nov 20, 2011 at 07:27 PM
    I agree...runing...glad po..po got them do their time for a longgg time
  • by great Location: greenville on Nov 20, 2011 at 05:19 PM
    Great job catching these two thugs. Keep going!
  • by 40some on Nov 20, 2011 at 05:15 PM
    How cool they are now. They are some bad dudes on the streets. Nobody disrespects them. There was a time in my life when a run from the po-po man resulted in swift street justice at the end of a flash light and nothing was ever said. These punks know now that some bleeding heart is gonna protect their rights until they kill or get killed. When they get killed, did the law do their lives any justice by not correcting their life choices in a swift and sometimes brutal fashion?
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      by Me on Nov 20, 2011 at 06:25 PM in reply to 40some
      Best comment i have ever read.I agree 100%.
  • by Anonymous on Nov 20, 2011 at 04:35 PM
    Long-standing legal principle: An innocent man will stand his ground to explain himself. Only the guilty flee. By that reckoning, "suspect", my foot!

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