Eleven Charged For Wilson Gun Violence

The Wilson Police Department has charged eleven people after gun violence in their community.

Investigators said there have been several incidents reported as "shots fired."

Wilson police have been actively investigating and said all eleven of the people pictured in this story are facing attempted 1st degree murder charges. Some are also facing assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill charges.

Their bond amounts range from $200,000 to no bond granted at all.

Three of those listed in the arrests, Donnell Hill, Anfernee Knight, and Demetrius Spells were all arrested and charged with murder, in the death of 7-year-old Kamari Jones.

Police said the recent charges are not related to the boy's death.


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