Kinston Shooting Suspects Turn Themselves in

Two Kinston men wanted for attempted murder are now behind bars after turning themselves in.

Kinston police say Dedrick Dail and Quashawn Herring turned themselves in to the Lenoir County Magistrates office Saturday. They're charged with Attempted Murder and are in the Lenoir County jail, each on $100,000 bond.

On Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at approximately 1:45 AM, members of the Kinston Dept. of Public Safety Law Enforcement Division responded to a person shot call at 107 North East St in Kinston. There they found 24 year old Al-Terrick Herring with an apparent gunshot would to his right calf. Herring told officers he was shot while on a dirt path behind the Lunch Box on the 400 block of East Gordon St.


The older brother of a teen charged with killing a deputy sheriff and another man is wanted for a shooting that happened last week.

Dedrick Dail is one of four people charged with the August 23rd shooting near the Lunch Box on East Gordon Street. His brother, Kion, is among four people charged with the murder of Deputy "Sneak" Lewis and also the murder of Thomas Hinton.

Kinston police say Dedrick Dail, Janaloa Green and Qwashaun Herring are wanted for the shooting last week that injured Al-Terrick Herring. Dajuquon Poole was arrested Wednesday night and placed in jail on a $1 million bond. The victim told police that three people approached him while he was on his bicycle and one of them shot him in the leg.

Aliyah Brown was arrested Tuesday for accessory after the fact. She was jailed on a $65,000 secured bond.

If you know the whereabouts of Dail, Green or Herring you should contact Kinston police.


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