UPDATE: Kinston Police Search For Gunman

We have new details from Kinston Public Safety about the shooting in Kinston early Tuesday morning.

Police identified the victim as 24-year-old Al-Terrick Herring. Officers found him at 107 North East St., but he told police he was shot on a dirt path behind the Lunch Box on the 400 block of East Gordon St. Herring said three men approached him while he was on his bicycle. He said the shooter had his face covered by a t-shirt.

If you have any information to help detectives, you can call Lenoir County Crime Stoppers at (252) 523-4444.



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Kinston Police are searching for the suspect responsible for an overnight shooting.

Police say a man was shot in the leg on the 400 block of East Gordon St. around 1:45 a.m. Tuesday. The victim was taken to Lenoir Memorial Hospital and is expected to survive.

Detectives are not releasing the victim's name, and say they have no suspect information to disclose. If you have any information to help detectives, you can call Lenoir County Crime Stoppers at (252) 523-4444.

This is the second shooting in that same neighborhood in Kinston. Police say Ronald Jackson, 35, was murdered on August 1 on New St., which is just around the corner from Tuesday's crime scene.

There are no reports of any arrests in the August 1 shooting.


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  • by Gregory on Aug 23, 2011 at 04:58 PM
    I am shocked this happened - NOT!
  • by Anon Location: Kinston on Aug 23, 2011 at 09:32 AM
    The first rule of survival in Kinston is to stay in the lighted areas on your way home, and that still doesn't mean you won't get robbed. Walking down dirt paths in the dark is a sure way to become a victim. One of these days, or nights, one of these little punks is going to find me, the guy who has a CCW permit and knows how to use his gun. Then there will be one less little lazy, uneducated punk walking the streets of Kinston.
  • by lost lenoir Location: kinston nc on Aug 23, 2011 at 09:16 AM
    I am just grateful the Kinston PD is parked behind the convenience store by Wal Mart and giving people tickets for making a u turn around some ridiculous median blocking everyone's access to the theater, the convenience store, and to one of the few restaurants left in this dried up town that can manage to stay open. I guess that is safer than patrolling downtown, just hassle those who will obey the laws.
  • by Native Location: Grantsboro on Aug 23, 2011 at 08:35 AM
    Wow. I know alot of good, honest, law abiding citizens who get off of work at 11:00 PM and Midnight, then must dare head home to their families even at the risk of being labeled as a up to no good thug because they are out at a time you think they should not be out. Besides, as a citizen of this United States you don't have to have any reason to be out a 2 or 3 in the morning. You can do it just bacause you want to and should not have to be afraid of what some thug might do. Pull out your pistol and shoot them in the head!
  • by Scooter Location: Grifton on Aug 23, 2011 at 05:45 AM
    The only people that should be shot after midnight are the ones that "might" be breaking in to someone's home at that time. Otherwise, as Anonymous says, get yourself home at a reasonable hour!
  • by Anonymous on Aug 23, 2011 at 04:13 AM
    No one typically gets shot when home in bed after midnight.
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      by Anonymous on Aug 23, 2011 at 07:51 AM in reply to
      This is Kinston we're talking about :)
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      by REM on Aug 23, 2011 at 08:10 AM in reply to
      So now the honest and law abiding citizens should stay fortified inside of their homes by a certain time? What does that say about our society in general?
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