Third Rocky Mount Suspect In Wake County Break-In Caught

The third suspect in a Wake County break-in case which ended with another Rocky Mount man being fatally shot by a deputy is now behind bars.

Police arrested 36-year-old Jonathan Carr in Rocky Mount about 10:00 a.m. Tuesday.

Officials say Carr has been on the run since Monday morning's break-in, chase and shooting near Zebulon.

Cornelius Harrison, age 25 of Rocky Mount, was shot and killed by a deputy after a chase.

Byron Williams, age 24 of Rocky Mount, was arrested near that location.

Here is the latest from the Rocky Mount police department on Tuesday morning's arrest of Carr:

The Rocky Mount Police Department received information that Jonathan Edward Carr, wanted in connection with a burglary and a shooting involving a Wake County Deputy on 12/21/2009, was at his mother’s house. Carr was taken into custody without incident by RMPD investigators at approximately 1000 hours this morning. The Wake County Sheriff’s Department was notified regarding this arrest.

A North Carolina sheriff's deputy shot and killed a suspect in a convenience store break-in and officers were searching for another suspect.

Multiple media outlets reported Wake County Sheriff's Master Deputy Brad Manville shot and killed 25-year-old Cornelius Pierre Harrison of Rocky Mount on Monday while investigating the break-in attempt in Wendell.

A second suspect, 24-year-old Byron Lendell Williams of Rocky Mount, was captured while running from deputies.

Officers were looking for 36-year-old Jonathan Edward Carr of Rocky Mount.

Wake County Sheriff Donnie Harrison says officers had responded to an alarm at the store about 4 a.m. and witnesses said three people had run from the store.

Manville is on leave while the State Bureau of Investigation reviews the shooting.

The North Carolina Department of Corrections shows a Cornelius Pierre Harrison with a criminal record dating back to 2002, including convictions for breaking and entering, larceny, possession and resisting an officer in Nash and Edgecombe counties.

The North Carolina Department of Corrections shows a Byron Lendell Williams with convictions dating back to 2004 for larceny and possessing stolen goods in Nash and Edgecombe counties.

The North Carolina Department of Corrections shows a Jonathan Edward Carr with a convictions dating back to 1989, including drugs and firearm charges in Edgecombe County.

Previous Story: is reporting a Wake County deputy shot and killed a man Monday morning during a chase in the woods near Wendell.

The station reports deputies were investigating a break-in early this morning when they gave chase to the men. reports the men were located, and "an altercation ensued in which Deputy Brad Manville shot one of the men, authorities said."

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  • by john on Jun 29, 2010 at 08:24 PM
    brad manville is not only a police officer he has also served his country with 6 tours of duty with the armed forces in both iraq and afghanistan i think people get the wrong idea about him he is not blood thirsty hilbilly cop he is a great man that was put in a very tuff spot he did what he had to do to make it home to his wife and child that day !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • by jessica Location: harrison on Mar 1, 2010 at 11:04 PM
    Cornelius Harrison was my brother. My brother wasnt volient. He stole but he was never physical. I am sorry that the cop was hurt in the altercation but he still shouldnt have taken my brother's life. Justice was not served in the right way. My brother was shot and killed over $50 worth of material stuff. He did not deserve to die over that. I dont care what you all say but I knew my brother and I know he wouldnt have tried to kill that cop. I feel if they were not rustling for the gun then no life should have been lost. That cop shot my brother in the side of his head. Cornelius had to been running away from him. My brother leaves behind a four year old daughter who does not understand where her daddy is and just says he is in heaven but she does not understand why she will never get to see her daddy again. Just like I dont understand why I will never get to see my brother again. If you can prevent someone from losing a life then why wouldnt you do that? Its unfair
  • by Anonymous on Dec 23, 2009 at 05:37 PM
    yea dats good go cop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • by nashville on Dec 23, 2009 at 07:54 AM
    Sad when children go wrong. His dad was a good man and the most generous person. Maybe this will impact others on the wrong path.
  • by Robert Location: Wilson on Dec 22, 2009 at 12:22 PM
    Rocky Mt does have the highest crime in America, ranked as the 9th worst place to live by Forbes Magazine.
  • by Anonymous on Dec 22, 2009 at 10:32 AM
    I love my kids to death, however if they chose to go down the wrong road, they will not lay up in my house running from the law, you must pay for what you do no matter how much I love you. Why are some parents so stupid to just let them in, so maybe they will be the next one's robbed and shot. I don't think so not up in here as the saying goes.
  • by debra Location: kinston on Dec 22, 2009 at 10:24 AM
    I have always said: our men n women in the military, teachers, cops and fireman don't get enough respect, praise, or money for what they do. Thank God for them all.
  • by Anonymous Location: cedar point on Dec 22, 2009 at 08:05 AM
    As long as career criminals are allowed to get out and roam our streets..we have to hope the law enforcement officers are able to keep up..good luck! Add to this the REAL poor state of the economy and it's a recipe for disaster.
  • by B on Dec 22, 2009 at 07:48 AM
    HE SHOULD BE GIVEN A METAL OF HONOR. Too many people in blue are being killed these days because the criminals are protected and have more rights than the men/women in blue. Instead of paid leave, give the whole family a vacation for 2 weeks in Orlando. Other officers take note, we will support you and understand how dangerous your job is these days. Earn respect back for the men/women in blue. Jurors these days will find it difficult to convict you of protecting your life and others-----take them off the streets for good.
  • by Anonymous on Dec 22, 2009 at 05:22 AM
    I am sure it was not easy for the officer to take a life, but thank God he saved his own.
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