Both men now charged in Wednesday’s shooting & assault in James City
CRAVEN COUNTY, N.C. (WITN) - Both men injured in Wednesday’s shooting and assault outside of New Bern are now behind bars.
Craven County deputies today charged Barrett Crow with felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury.
On Thursday, deputies charged Jason Hathaway with the same crime.
The shooting & assault happened around 10:20 a.m. Wednesday at the Fuel Market on U.S. 70 in James City. It spilled over to the KFC next door and a car dealership.
Deputies say the 37-year-old Crow was shot three times, while Hathaway was struck in the head by a blunt object.
Both men were taken to ECU Health Medical Center in Greenville.
The 44-year-old Hathaway, who is from Indiana, was released from the hospital and then charged by deputies.
Hathaway posted a $100,000 bond, and during a first court appearance Thursday morning a District Court judge increased the man’s bond to $500,000. He was moved to Central Prison in Raleigh for safekeeping, according to a news release.
Crow, who is from New Bern, was arrested after his release from the same hospital. He was given a $500,000 secured bond, and his $350,000 bond for a 2020 shooting at a nightclub in Havelock was revoked.
Like Hathaway, Crowe was moved to Central Prison for safekeeping.
Deputies said the two men were fighting, but have not released any more details.
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