Four More Arrested in Boxley Shooting
Fayetteville police have arrested four more people, including the man who was hospitalized after a June 14 shooting incident on Boxley Avenue.
Crus Conley, 23, of Fayetteville, was shot in the arm and torso during the incident. Monday police arrested him on charges of Terroristic Threatening and Engaging in Violent Criminal Group Activity. Bethany Green, 26, Kenyatta Perkins, 33, and Travis Coleman, 41, all of Fayetteville, were also arrested for allegedly hindering apprehension.
Last week Andrew Wilson-Moore, 25, Stephan Perkins, 26, Walter Green 31, and Adrian Smith, 35, were arrested in connection with the incident.
Officers were called to a residence in the 1200 block of N. Boxley Ave. around 5:15 p.m. on June 14 in reference to shots fired.
Witnesses told police that Green pulled a handgun out during a loud argument with neighbors who he had been in a fight with earlier that day, reports state. Shortly afterward, gunfire was exchanged between Green, Perkins and another neighbor.
There have been four shooting incidents in the past few weeks in Fayetteville. Police say that in each incident the victims were known to the suspects and specifically targeted. Police have already implemented extra patrols in those areas.
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