Greenville Homeowner Says House Hit By 16 To 17 Bullets

By: Amy Holcombe / Carly Swain
By: Amy Holcombe / Carly Swain

A homeowner says she can't rest anymore in her own home after it was sprayed with gunfire early Wednesday morning.

Greenville police say they got the call at 1008 Graves Street around 12:15 a.m.

The owner says several bullets ended up in the bedroom, where she was sleeping at the time. One of those bullets struck the headboard of her bed.

The woman says they believe the same people came to the house on Monday in a gray Buick and had a dispute with her teenage grandkids. She says after the shooting, she heard some yell "this is not over."

Greenville police believe this shooting and another one on Kristen Drive a few hours earlier are related.

In all, police are investigating four cases of shots fired in the city on Tuesday.


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Greenville Police said they were called to a report of shots fired early Wednesday morning.

Officials tell WITN the call came in at 12:13 a.m. to 1008 Graves Street.

Greenville police and Pitt County Sheriff's deputies were on the scene investigating.

Police tape surrounds the home along with evidence placards on the street in front of the house.

No other details about the investigation have been released.

Stay with WITN as we continue to gather details on this overnight shooting.


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