Our Organization

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​A Message from Chief Kerr Putney​
Welcome. We are continuously seeking new and innovative ways to provide information to the community we serve in an effort to identify, apprehend and prosecute those who commit violent crimes. Our focus is to provide complete and thorough investigations for all of our victims and to be compassionate to the families and communities impacted by this crime. Please take a few moments to search the active investigations and cold cases.  If you have any information regarding these cases, please contact the Homicide/ADW Unit.  Any information you have may provide a voice for those victims who cannot speak for themselves.

The Homicide/ADW Unit
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department's Homicide/ADW Unit is dedicated to serving the citizens of Charlotte-Mecklenburg. We are responsible for investigating all homicides, assaults which result in serious/critical injury to the victim, suicides and unattended deaths with unusual circumstances. We also handle police officer-involved incidents.

The Homicide/ADW Unit is comprised of one captain, one staff sergeant, four sergeants, thirty-two detectives and two investigative technicians. Two detectives are dedicated to Cold Case investigations. The remaining detectives are divided into four squads each with a sergeant in charge.  The unit is overseen by a major and deputy chief.
 
Our detectives are expected to provide the victim's family as much information as soon as possible and to keep them updated throughout the investigation. They are also responsible for presenting cases to the District Attorney's Office and assisting in the prosecution of the cases in court.

If you need to reach one of our detectives, please contact them at their phone numbers or e-mail addresses listed here on the website. If you have difficulty reaching a detective or are not sure which detective you need to speak with, you may contact the Investigative Technician, Migdalia Cortes​​ at (704) 336-8626.

The Homicide/ADW Unit Unveils Tips Line 
Following a homicide, the lead Detective in the case can be reached by calling 704-432-8477​ (TIPS). We want the community to be able to directly speak to the detective to provide information regarding a homicide that occurs in their neighborhood. We encourage anyone with information to get involved and make the call that will help end the violence in your neighborhood.


 

 

2016 Open Cases<div class="ExternalClassD73B3A5DC87E452BAFB7155945AB88D7"><div style="margin-left:4px;margin-right:4px;"><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20161207-183400​</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Thomas McDonald<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2500 block of Cross Point Circle<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On December 7, 2016, Independence Division patrol officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service. Upon arrival officers located a male victim suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. The male was transported to Carolinas Medical Center, where he was pronounced deceased a short time later by medical staff. The deceased victim has been identified as Thomas McDonald, DOB 1/22/1994, after his family had been notified of his death. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide/ADW Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident.<br><br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. This is an ongoing, active investigation. </span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20161120-225404</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Talea Antawun Craig<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>6200 block of Rock Lake Drive​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On November 20, 2015, Freedom Division patrol officers responded to a breaking and entering call for service. Upon officers arrival they located a male suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The male was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Homicide Detectives have identified the victim as Talea Antawun Craig, DOB: 12/26/1979. <br> <br>The initial investigation indicates that the suspects forced entry into the residence and confronted the occupant of the house. After confronting the occupants of the home, a suspect shot the victim. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team, and Operations Command responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation.</span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20161112-021900</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Deon Johntraite Davis<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>6800 block of Fieldvale Place​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On Saturday, November 12, 2016, Westover Division patrol officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service in the 2800 block of West Boulevard. Upon arrival, officers located a male victim inside of a vehicle in a parking lot, suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The identity of the victim was discovered to be that of Deon Davis, DOB 02/25/1983. While conducting their investigation at the scene, officers were approached by a female who advised she had been inside of the vehicle with the male victim and that she had been shot in the hand. Medic transported the female victim to Carolinas Medical Center where she is being treated for non-life threatening injuries. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide Unit canvassed the neighborhood to determine whether there are any additional witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team, Real Time Crime, Special Investigations, and Operations Command responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation.</span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20161105-034702</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Everette Thomas Lynn<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2600 block of Independence Boulevard​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On November 5, 2016, Eastway Division officers responded to an accident call for service on inbound Independence Boulevard prior to the Briar Creek exit. Upon arrival they located a vehicle that had struck the median. A male subject was located inside of the vehicle and found to be suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. The male was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim was identified as Everette Thomas Lynn, DOB: 08/02/1973. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Medical Examiner’s Office, Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team and Operations Command responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20161019-032401</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Ralph Anthony Johnson<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>5400 block of Datha Avenue<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On October 19, 2016, North Division patrol officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service. Upon officers arrival they located a male suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. The male was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim in this case has been identified as Ralph Anthony Johnson, DOB: 08/11/1968. <br> <br>The initial investigation indicates that shots were fired into the residence and the suspect forced entry into the home. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team, K9 Unit, and Operations Command responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation.</span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/Jones,Katherine.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20161015-024700</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Katherine Memory Jones<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1300 block of the Plaza​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On October 15, 2016, Eastway Division patrol officers responded to a shots fired call for service. Upon officers arrival they located a female lying in a driveway behind a business suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The female was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The identity of the female victim was identified as Katherine Memory Jones, DOB: 12/19/1989. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team, Real Time Crime, Special Investigations, K9 Unit, and Operations Command responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20161011-171101</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Chirrelle Nicole Scott<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>the intersection of E. W T Harris Boulevard and N. Tryon Street in the University City Division<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On Tuesday, October 11, 2016, at approximately 5:11 p.m., University City Division patrol officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service where a vehicle had been shot into at the intersection of E. W T Harris Boulevard and N. Tryon Street. Upon arrival, officers located a vehicle stopped in the roadway with a female victim in the driver’s seat of the vehicle, suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. The female was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The deceased victim was identified as Chirrelle Nicole Scott, DOB: 1/12/1987 <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there were any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. This is an ongoing, active investigation. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20160918-060400</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Darius Deon Chapman<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>3600 block of Brookshire Boulevard​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">A Metro Division Sergeant, while riding on Brookshire Boulevard at I-85 observed what he believed to be a vehicle accident. After pulling up at the accident scene he noticed a male victim standing near the vehicle with a gunshot wound to his arm. Inside the vehicle was a second male victim suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. The second male was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The identity of the second victim was identified as Darius Deon Chapman, DOB: 2/11/1983. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team, Real Time Crime, Special Investigations, and Operations Command responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20160909-233000</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Ruijuan Guo<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>100 block of East Park Avenue<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On September 9, 2016, Central Division patrol officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service. Upon officers arrival they located a female victim suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. Medic transported the victim to Carolinas Medical Center with life threatening injuries. Ruijuan Guo, DOB: 08/16/1983, was pronounced deceased on Wednesday, September 14th, at the hospital in the presence of her family. <br> <br>The initial investigation indicates that the victim was shot during the course of a robbery.<br><br>Detectives with the Homicide/ADW Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Real Time Crime also responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20160724-154601​</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​David McLendon, Jr.<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>5600 block of Prescott Court<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 24, 2016, University City Division patrol officers responded to an Assist Medic call for service in the 5600 block of Prescott Court. Upon arrival, officers located a deceased male subject suffering from apparent trauma to the body. The male victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. Detectives have identified the male victim as David McLendon, Jr. DOB: 06/30/1984. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide Unit canvassed the neighborhood to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team and Homicide Support Group responded to the scene. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20160712-235801</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Donnell Eric Drakeford<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>4400 block of Ridgevalley Drive<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 12, 2016, Freedom Division patrol officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service in the 4400 block of Ridgevalley Drive. Upon arrival, officers located a male victim suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The male victim was pronounced deceased by Medic. The victim has been identified as Donnell Eric Drakeford, DOB: 02/04/1975. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide/ADW Unit canvassed the neighborhood to determine whether there are any additional witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence.</span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20160705-064100</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>DeAndre Tavius White<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1900 block of Newcastle Street<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 5, 2016, Metro Division patrol officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service. Upon arrival they located a male victim suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim was identified as Deondre White, DOB: 02/02/1994. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Real Time Crime, Operations Command, and the Charlotte Mecklenburg School Police responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" />​ ​ <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20160624-000001</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Tony Jamal Russell<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1900 block of Newcastle Street<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 5, 2016, Metro Division patrol officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service. Upon arrival they located a male victim suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim was identified as Deondre White, DOB: 02/02/1994. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Real Time Crime, Operations Command, and the Charlotte Mecklenburg School Police responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​ <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20160611-025301</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Adrian Potts<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>4000 block of Collegiate Avenue <br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On June 11, 2016, University City Division patrol officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service in the 4000 block of Collegiate Avenue. Upon arrival officers located a male suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. The male was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The deceased victim was identified as Adrian Potts, DOB: 12/15/1995. <br> <br>Initial information indicates that there was a large gathering of individuals inside of an apartment on Collegiate Avenue when an altercation occurred that led to the shooting. <br> <br>While officers were on scene conducting the investigation, they were notified that three additional subjects that were present on Collegiate Avenue had arrived at Carolinas Medical Center – University with non-life threatening gunshot wounds. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide/ADW Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. Representatives of the Real Time Crime Unit and the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team responded to the scene. Crime Scene Search also responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence.</span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​ <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20160331-2323-00</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Lanaris Dashawn Isabell<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>4100 block of Atmore Street <br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On March 31, 2016, North Tryon Division patrol officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service in the 4100 block of Atmore Street. Upon arrival officers located a male victim suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim was identified as Lanaris Dashawn Isabell, DOB: 01/17/1995. <br> <br>Detectives canvassed the area to determine whether there were any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team and the Real Time Crime Center also responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation.</span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​ <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20160327-1432-01</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Andre Ladale Wilson<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>4800 block of Chastain Avenue <br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On March 27, 2016, Westover Division patrol officers responded to a person down call for service. Upon arrival officers located a male behind a building suffering from apparent trauma. The male was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim was identified as Andre Ladale Wilson, DOB: 02/08/1970. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide/ADW Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Real Time Crime responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​ <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20160322-2053-01</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Shawn Harbin<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>4500 block of Westridge Drive <br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On March 22, 2016, Freedom Division patrol officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service in the 4500 block of Westridge Drive. Upon arrival they located a male victim suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. Medic pronounced the victim deceased on scene. The victim has been identified as Shawn Harbin, DOB: 10/17/1989 <br> <br>Initial information and evidence gathered on scene indicates that this was not a random act of violence. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide/ADW Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team, Special Investigations Bureau and Real Time Crime Center also responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​ <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20160319-1047-00</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Jeffrey Arthur Johnson<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>4900 block of Central Avenue <br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On March 19, 2016, Eastway Division patrol officers responded to an Assist Medic call for service in the 4900 block of Central Avenue. Upon arrival they located a male victim suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. Medic pronounced the victim deceased on scene. Detectives with the Homicide/ADW Unit have identified the victim as Jeffrey Arthur Johnson, DOB: 10/12/1966. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide/ADW Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team and Real Time Crime Center also responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​ <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20160310-1204-01</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Michael Antoine Jeffries, Jr.<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>8700 block of Parkland Circle <br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On March 10, 2016, Hickory Grove Division patrol officers responded to the 8700 block of Parkland Circle in reference to an ADW call for service with multiple subjects shot. Upon arrival they located two males suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. One of the males was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The deceased victim was identified as Michael Antoine Jefferies Jr., DOB: 04/16/1991. The second male sustained serious injuries and was transported to Carolina Medical Center by Medic. <br> <br>A short time later, officers were notified that a third male involved in the incident was dropped off at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center with serious injuries and was treated by medical staff. <br> <br>Preliminary information and evidence gathered on scene indicated that this was not a random act of violence and that all individuals involved were known to one another. <br> <br>Detectives with the Homicide/ADW Unit canvassed the area to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Representatives of the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team, Real Time Crime Center, and K-9 Unit also responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​ <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2016Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20160114-121700</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Carl Grier, Jr.<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2400 block Columbus Circle <br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On January 14, 2016, Metro Division patrol officers responded to an assist Medic call for service on Columbus Circle. Upon arrival officers located a male victim suffering from fatal injuries. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim was​ identified as Carl Grier Jr., DOB: 03/04/1948. <br> <br>Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Members of the Real Time Crime Center, Vice and Gang Unit, Homicide Support Team and representatives of the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team also responded to the scene. This is an ongoing, active investigation. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​ </div></div></div></div></div></div></div></div></div></div></div>
2015 Open Cases<div class="ExternalClass59D12322B6844149B559D1B379B306F4"><div style="margin-left:4px;margin-right:4px;"><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2015Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20150910-1543-04​</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Anthony Tyrone Barbour<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>300 block of Oregon Street<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On September 10, 2015, Metro Division patrol officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service on Oregon Street. Upon arrival officers located a male victim suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim has been identified as Anthony Tyrone Barbour, DOB: 02/21/1973. <br><br> Preliminary evidence indicates that the victim and a suspect were involved in an altercation which led to the shooting. At this point in the investigation nothing indicates that this incident is related to this past weekend’s events. Crime Scene Search responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Members of the Real Time Crime Center, Metro Division FMT, Vice and Gang Unit, Homicide Support Team and representatives of the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Prosecution Team also responded to the scene </span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2015Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20150906-0013-04</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Laquanta Franchez Young<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>500 block of Echodale Drive​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On September 6, 2015, Steele Creek Division Officers and Homicide/ADW Unit Detectives were on scene conducting their investigations into the homicide in the 6800 block of Fieldvale Place when multiple shots were fired nearby in the 500 block of Echodale Drive. Officers responded to the area and located two adult victims suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. Both victims were transported by Medic to Carolinas Medical Center where the female victim was pronounced deceased. Her name will be released upon family notification. The male victim sustained non-life threatening injuries.</span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2015Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20150905-2051-00</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Kevin Antonio Calderon Rodas<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>6800 block of Fieldvale Place​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On September 5, 2015, Steele Creek Division patrol officers responded to multiple calls for shots fired in the area of Fieldvale Place. While enroute to the scene officers were flagged down by family members with a 9 year old female victim suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. Medic responded and transported the victim to Carolinas Medical Center for life-threatening injuries. The victim was pronounced deceased a short time later by medical staff at the hospital. Two additional adult victims and a second juvenile victim were located on scene suffering from non-life threatening injuries. All three were treated on scene by Medic.</span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2015Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20150905-0444-00</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>James Taylor<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1300 block of N. Hoskins​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On September 5, 2015, Metro Division patrol officers received an assault with a deadly weapon call for service where a male victim sustained gunshot wounds and was dropped off at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center. The 911 caller indicated that the shooting occurred near the 1800 block of N. Hoskins Road. The victim was pronounced deceased at 6:20 a.m. in the hospital by medical staff. The victim’s name will be released upon family notification. <br><br> At approximately 7:45 a.m. Metro Division Officers located the original crime scene in the North Division in the 1300 block of N. Hoskins Street where they located a second deceased individual who had suffered apparent gunshot wounds. The second male victim was pronounced deceased on scene. This victim’s name will be released upon family notification. <br><br> Preliminary evidence indicates that these incidents are related. Crime Scene Search has responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Members of the Real Time Crime Center and detectives with the CMPD ABC Unit also responded to the scene </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2015Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20150905-0444-00</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Dominique Wheeler<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1300 block of N. Hoskins​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On September 5, 2015, Metro Division patrol officers received an assault with a deadly weapon call for service where a male victim sustained gunshot wounds and was dropped off at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center. The 911 caller indicated that the shooting occurred near the 1800 block of N. Hoskins Road. The victim was pronounced deceased at 6:20 a.m. in the hospital by medical staff. The victim’s name will be released upon family notification. <br><br> At approximately 7:45 a.m. Metro Division Officers located the original crime scene in the North Division in the 1300 block of N. Hoskins Street where they located a second deceased individual who had suffered apparent gunshot wounds. The second male victim was pronounced deceased on scene. This victim’s name will be released upon family notification. <br><br> Preliminary evidence indicates that these incidents are related. Crime Scene Search has responded to the call for service to process the scene and collect physical evidence. Members of the Real Time Crime Center and detectives with the CMPD ABC Unit also responded to the scene </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2015Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20150809-0734-01</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Cornelius Davis<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1000 block of Mallard Oaks Drive​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On August 9, 2015, University City Division patrol officers responded to an Assist Medic call for service in the 1000 block of Mallard Oaks Drive. Upon their arrival officers located a male suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. The male was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim’s name will be released upon family notification.</span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2015Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20150722-0440-00</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Jamarcus Devonne Walker<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2700 block of Botany Street<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 22, 2015, Metro Division patrol officers responded to an ADW call for service. Upon arrival officers located a male behind a residence suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim’s name will be released pending family notification. <br><br> At this time detectives believe that the victim was an occupant of a vehicle that was traveling down Botany Street when the suspect inside a second vehicle pulled up alongside and began shooting. The victim exited the vehicle and ran behind a residence where he collapsed.</span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2015Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20150426-1348-03</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Rayquan Levon Holmes<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>University City Division​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On April 26, 2015, University City Division patrol officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service at CMC-University. Upon arrival they spoke to a female who stated that her boyfriend drove himself to her residence after being shot. At that time she drove him to the hospital. The victim was later pronounced deceased by ER staff. The victim’s identity will be released pending family notification. </span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2015Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20150327-0523-01</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Muhammad Clyburn<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1500 block of Elswick Lane<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On March 27, 2015, Freedom Division patrol officers responded to an ADW call for service. Upon arrival they located a male suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim’s identity will be released upon family notification.</span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2015Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20150129-1706-04​</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Andrew Thomas Dyles<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>100 block of Wadsworth Place<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On January 29, 2015, Metro Division patrol officers responded to the 100 block of Wadsworth Place in reference to an Assist Medic call for service. Upon arrival they located a male victim suffering from apparent physical trauma. The male victim was transported by Medic to Carolinas Medical Center for his injuries. At approximately 9:30 p.m. this evening the victim was pronounced deceased by medical staff. The victim has been identified as Andrew Thomas Dyles, DOB: 06/16/1989. His family has been notified of his death.</span> <br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div></div></div>
2014 Open Cases<div class="ExternalClass5D383D47025F489885ACBE5E1927519E"><div style="margin-left:4px;margin-right:4px;"><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2014Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20141004-0418-02​</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​William Hale<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>9200 block of Raintree Lane​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On October 4, 2014, South Division patrol officers responded to an ADW call for service. Upon arrival they located a male subject suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was transported to Carolinas Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased a short time later by hospital staff.</span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> ​<br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2014Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20141002-1223-00​</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Daniel Garcia-Pablo<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>7100 block of Snow Lane​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On October 2, 2014, Independence Division patrol officers responded to an ADW call for service. Upon arrival they located a male subject suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim’s identity will be released pending family notification. <br><br> A grey 4-door vehicle with white over the driver’s side wheel well was seen fleeing the scene occupied by a male subject. </span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2014Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20140816-0906-00​</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Ray Anthony Allison, Jr.<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>7300 block of N. Tryon Street​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On August 16, 2014, University City Division patrol officers responded to a suspicious vehicle call for service. Upon arrival they located a male subject inside a vehicle suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim’s identity will be released pending family notification.</span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2014Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20140713-0423-01</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Rashad Kareem Porter<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>4300 block of Major Street​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 13, 2014, Freedom Division patrol officers responded to an ADW call for service. Upon arrival they located a male subject lying in the roadway suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim’s identity will be released pending family notification.</span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2014Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20140629-2211-01​</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>Anthony Antoine Byers<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2100 block of Lincoln Heights Court​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On June 29, 2014, Metro Division patrol officers responded to an ADW call for service. Upon arrival they located a male subject inside a residence suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was transported to Carolinas Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased. The victim has been identified as Anthony Antoine Byers, DOB: 08/12/1975. His family has been notified of his death. <br><br> At this time detectives believe that the victim and suspect are possibly known to one another and that this incident is drug related based on evidence found at the scene. </span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2014Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20140308-1747-05​</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Jose Luis Rivera Vedal<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>9000 block of Windsong Drive​​<br>​<strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On March 8, 2014, teele Creek Division patrol officers responded to a call for service in which neighbors heard gunshots fired at a nearby residence. Upon arrival officers located the victim suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene. The victim’s identity will be released pending family notification. Detectives have determined that the victim and suspect are known to one another and were involved in an altercation that led to the shooting. </span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2014Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;float:left;" /> <div style="display:block;"> <strong>​​20140218-2157-00</strong><br><strong>Victim:  </strong>​Romon Antonio Williams<br><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>7100 block of Barrington Drive​​<br><strong>Synopsis:  </strong>​​​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On February 18, 2014, North Tryon Division patrol officers responded to an ADW call for service. Upon arrival they located a male subject inside an apartment suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The victim’s identity will be released pending family notification. <br><br>​ Evidence on the scene indicates that the shooting was drug related and does not appear to be a random act of violence. Detectives with the Homicide/ADW Unit are canvassing the apartment complex to determine whether there are any witnesses to this incident. The investigation is in its early stages. As additional information develops, it will be released by CMPD Public Affairs. </span><br>​<br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  <a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br>​ ​</div></div></div>​
2013 Open Cases<div class="ExternalClass064630D541D840AB87AE7F211599FB04"><div style="margin-left:4px;margin-right:4px;"> ​ <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/Stevenson,Ondrea.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>​​20131204-020200</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/scene-Stevenson.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Ondrea Japonica Stevenson</span> ​​<span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>5702 Leake St. Apt. 9</span>​</div> ​ ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Officers from Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department’s Westover Division responded to 5702 Leake Street Apt. 9 in reference to shots fired into an apartment. When they arrived, they located the victim, Ondrea Japonica Stevenson inside with a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to Carolinas Medical Center and pronounced deceased a short time later. If anyone has any information in reference to this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626​</div>​​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> ​<br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /><br><br><br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/Leon,Esteban.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>​​20131130-023304</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/scene-Leon.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>​Esteban Peralta Leon</span> ​<span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2200 block of Finchley Dr.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On November 30, 2013, Eastway Division officers from the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department responded to the 2200 blk. of Finchley Drive in reference to “shots fired in the area.” Upon arrival, they located a grey BMW with major damage to the front where it has crashed into two trees in a front yard. The victim, Esteban Peralta Leon, was located sitting in the driver’s seat deceased from a gunshot wound. If anyone has any information in reference to this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​</div><div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/Atkinson,Micah.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20131125-155802</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/scene-Atkinson.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Micah Christopher Atkinson</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>4903 Endolwood Rd. Apt. O</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Hickory Grove Division officers of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department responded to a call for an “assault with a deadly weapon” at 4903 Endolwood Road Apt. O on November 25, 2013. They located two victims suffering from serious life threatening injuries. Both victims were transported to Carolinas Medical Center. This victim, Micah Christopher Atkinson, was pronounced deceased at the hospital. If anyone has any information in reference to this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/Brown,JeremyAlex.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20131112-005801</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/scene-Brown.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Jeremy Alexander Brown</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2800 block of Milton Rd.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On November 12, 2013, officers with Charlotte Police Department’s North Tryon Division responded to a call in reference to a “suspicious vehicle.” A vehicle was parked on a construction site with its engine running and the headlights on. When officers looked inside the vehicle, they located the victim, Jeremy Alexander Brown, with a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to Carolinas Medical Center and treated for his injuries before being pronounced deceased. If anyone has any information in reference to this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/Jones,TerrellJamal.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20130927-040100</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/scene-Jones.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Terrell Jamal Jones</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>8908 Bow Rd.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On September 27, 2013, Charlotte Mecklenburg police officers in the Steele Creek Division responded to an “assault with a deadly weapon with injury” call at 8908 Bow Road. The victim, Terrell Jamal Jones, was found near the wood line around the parking lot at the Bow Road address. There were indications that the homicide may have been the results of an earlier altercation. The victim had been to both Club 935 and the Cook Out on this night. If anyone has any information in reference to this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/Clyburn,KwamneD.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20130822-010100</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/scene-Clyburn.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Kwamne Donquirius Clyburn</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1500 Pressley Rd.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On August 22, 2013, Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Officers responded to Pressley Road Neighborhood Park in reference to a call that a person had been shot. Upon arrival, they located a male suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. Several days later, the victim was identified as Kwamne Donquirius Clyburn. If anyone has any information in reference to this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/Gray,Sacore.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20130802-085400</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/scene-Gray.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Sacore Raley Gray</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2819 Fordwood Dr.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On August 2, 2013, Westover Division officers from the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department responded to a call for service for “one person shot.” Upon their arrival at 2819 Fordwood Drive, they located the victim, Sacore Gray inside her residence suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased on the scene. If anyone has any information in reference to this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/Price,JamesWarren.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20130726-232401</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/scene-Price.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>James Warren Price</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>707 Pavilion Blvd.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 26, 2013, Charlotte Mecklenburg Homicide Detectives were called to investigate a homicide that occurred in the parking lot of Verizon Wireless Amphitheater. Multiple officers who were working a concert event responded immediately to render aid to a victim that had been stabbed. MEDIC pronounced the victim, James Warren Price, deceased at the scene. The early investigation indicates that the victim and several black male suspects had an altercation in the parking lot after the concert had ended. A female victim was also assaulted, but received minor injuries. The suspects fled the scene in an unknown vehicle. If anyone has any information in reference to this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/Miller,Cedric.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20130714-044500</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/scene-Miller.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Cedric Lavar Miller</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>200 Block of Lakewood Ave.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 14, 2013, Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department officers responded to Lakewood Avenue in reference to “a person shot” and located the victim, Cedric Lamar Miller lying unresponsive in the roadway. The victim was pronounced deceased at the scene. If anyone has any information in reference to this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/Igwilo,Franklin.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20130525-214200</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/scene-Igwilo.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Franklin Festus Igwilo</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>5900 Block of Albemarle Rd.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On May 25, 2013, Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department officers responded to a call in the 5900 block of Albemarle Road in reference to a male subject that had been shot. The victim, Franklin Festus Igwilo, was transported to Carolinas Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased. Detectives determined that the suspect and the victim were dropped off at this location by a dark vehicle with the body style of a Camry or Maxima. Once the vehicle left the scene, an altercation occurred between the victim and the suspect. The suspect then shot the victim and fled on foot. If anyone has any information in reference to this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> ​ <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/Bethea,Roy.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20130416-234403</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/scene-Bethea.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Roy Bethea, Jr.</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2516 Marlowe Ave.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On April 16, 2013, Metro Division officers from the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department responded to a “shots fired” call for service. When they arrived, they were directed inside the residence located at 2516 Marlowe Avenue where they located the victim; Roy Bethea, Jr. deceased from gunshot wounds. Several persons were inside the residence when several black males entered with the purpose of committing a robbery. This address has been the target of several drug investigations and detectives believe this case could be related to illegal drug activity. If anyone has any information in reference to this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/Fyffe,PaulA.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20130222-022702</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/scene-Fyffe.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Paul Anthony Fyffe, Jr.</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>935 S. Summit Ave.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On February 22, 2013, Charlotte Mecklenburg police officers working off duty in the parking lot of Club 935 heard gunshots as the club was closing. Upon their investigation, they located the victim, Paul Anthony Fyffe, Jr., with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. The victim was transported to Carolinas Medical Center where he was later pronounced deceased. If anyone has any information in reference to this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/Houston,KeithR.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20130217-122900</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2013Cases/scene-Houston.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Keith Rashaun Houston</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>3000 Tuckaseegee Rd.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Officers from Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department’s Metro Division responded to 3000 Tuckaseegee Rd. at 12:30 in the afternoon in reference to a person shot. Upon their arrival, they located the victim, Keith Rashaun Houston, lying on the sidewalk on the inbound side of Tuckaseegee Road. MEDIC transported the victim to Carolinas Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased. If anyone has information about the circumstances of this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br>​ <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <br>
2012 Open Cases<div class="ExternalClassD8D335F98CA548F696C1F871D723AB40"><div style="margin-left:4px;margin-right:4px;"><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/Myers,RobertRay.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20121205-070106</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/scene-Myers.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Robert Ray Myers</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1501 N. Tryon St.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On December 5, 2012, officers in the Metro Division responded to the 7-Eleven gas station located at 1501 N. Tryon St. in reference to man that was injured. MEDIC arrived to find a male suffering from stab wounds and pronounced the victim deceased. If anyone has information in reference to this homicide, please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/Byars,Willie.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20121124-201902</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/scene-Byars.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Willie Thomas Byars, Jr.</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>7511 Shady Lane</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On November 24, 2012, Hickory Grove officers were called to a residence located at 7511 Shady Ln. Upon arrival, they located the victim, Willie Thomas Byars, Jr. suffering from gunshot wounds. The victim was pronounced at the scene. If anyone has information in reference to this homicide, Please contact the lead detective.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20121014-235203</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/scene-Cruz.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Olman Lainez Cruz</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>6608 Idlewild Rd.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On October 14, 2012, Independence Division patrol officers responded to an “assist Medic” in reference to a male subject that had fallen down an apartment stairwell. When officers arrived, they located the victim, Olman Lainez Cruz at the bottom of the stairs with an apparent gunshot wound. Medic arrived and pronounced the victim deceased at the scene.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20121006-020805</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/scene-Galicia.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Silvano Melgar-Galicia</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>5112 Central Ave.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On October 6, 2012, Eastway Division officers responded to 5112 Central Avenue in reference to an “assist Medic” call where a male victim was bleeding and appeared to have been assaulted. Upon officers arrival, they found the victim located along a wooded path. Medic transported the victim to the hospital where he died later as a result of his injuries. The victim was later identified as Silvano Melgar-Galicia.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/Washington,K.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20121006-020805</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/scene-Washington.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Kevin Washington</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>5947 Timbertop Lane</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 15, 2012, Hickory Grove Division officers responded to a “shots fired” call with multiple people injured. When officers arrived on scene, they found three male victims suffering from gunshot wounds. One victim, Kevin Washington, was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic. The two other injured individuals were transported to the hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. A large group of people were attending a party at 6008 Timbertop Lane. An altercation occurred between two groups which lead to the shooting.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/Hawkins,M.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20120710-130600</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/scene-Hawkins.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Matthew Thomas Hawkins</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>724 E. 17th St.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 10, 2012, Eastway Division patrol officers responded to a house under renovation at E. 17th St. in reference to an “assault with a deadly weapon call with injuries involved.” When officers arrived, they located a male victim that was identified as Matthew Thomas Hawkins. The victim was suffering from an apparent gunshot wound and was transported to the hospital by Medic with life threatening injuries. Two days later on July 12th, the victim died from his injuries. A second victim was present at the home, but was not injured in the shooting. The suspect was attempting to commit a robbery of the two victims. The suspect was described as a dark skinned black male wearing a dark t-shirt and long dark shorts.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/Sanchez,F.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20120710-130600</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/scene-Sanchez.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Francisco Morales Sanchez</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>111 Eastway Dr.</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 5, 2012, patrol officers were called to check on an unresponsive male lying on the ground in the rear parking lot of La Zima Bar Mexicano located at 111 Eastway Drive. When officers arrived, they located Francisco Sanchez in a grassy area of the parking lot. Medic pronounced the victim deceased at the scene. The victim had sustained trauma to his body that resulted in his death.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/Robinson,R.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20120521-233402</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/scene-Robinson.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Rodney Emmett Robinson</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>3614 Durham Lane</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On May 21, 2012, North Division patrol officers responded to 3614 Durham Lane in reference to the report of shots being fired. When officers arrived, they found the victim, Rodney Robinson, inside the home suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. There were no other individuals inside the home when officers arrived. When Medic arrived on the scene, they pronounced the victim deceased.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-86261</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/Martin,R.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20120430-011900</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/scene-Martin.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Ronald Monroe Martin</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>624 Billingsley Rd. Apt. A</span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On April 30, 2012, officers responded to 624 Billingsley Road in reference to an “assault with a deadly weapon” call for service. Upon their arrival, officers located the victim, Ronald Martin suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. Medic then arrived and pronounced the victim deceased on the scene.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/Worsley,M.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20120223-204600</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/scene-Worsley.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Manquell Dolan Worsley</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>423 Lambeth Dr. Apt. 6 </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On February 23, 2012 patrol officers responded to Lambeth Drive to investigate a “shots fired” call for service. When officers arrived they located the victim, Manquell Worsley inside his apartment suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. Medic arrived on the scene and pronounced the victim deceased.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/Fluker,Y.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>2012119-155805</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/scene-Fluker.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Yama Monteith Fluker</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2325 Toomey Ave. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On January 19, 2012, patrol officers were called to respond to Al’s Mini Mart located at 2325 Toomey Ave. to check on an unresponsive male located in a vehicle parked in front of the store. Upon arrival, the victim, Yam Monteith Fluker, was found in the vehicle not breathing. The victim was pronounced deceased at the scene by Medic.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/Covington,B.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20120101-015801</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2012Cases/scene-Covington.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Brandon Jermaine Covington</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>8801 E. W. T. Harris Blvd. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On January 1, 2012, patrol officers responded to the Backstage nightclub in reference to a shooting that was called in by off-duty patrol officers that were working there that evening. The shooting occurred as the club was closing for the night and the off-duty officers and private security officers were trying to clear the parking lot. Several gunshots were heard in the crowd. As officers made their way over to the location of the gunshots, they located the victim, Brandon Jermaine Covington, who had been shot in the head. Medic transported the victim to the hospital where he died later in the day​.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> </div></div>
2011 Open Cases<div class="ExternalClass034889C7FCE4497F94A1676A00D8C78D"><div style="margin-left:4px;margin-right:4px;"><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2011Cases/Evans,B.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20111116-190203</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2011Cases/scene-Evans.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Bridgette Nicole Evans</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1008 N. Tryon St. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On November 16, 2011, officers responded to “a person down” call for service in reference to a woman found unresponsive in a parking lot behind the business located at 1008 N. Tryon St. Medic transported her to the hospital where she was pronounced deceased. The female victim was later identified as Bridgette Nicole Evans.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2011Cases/Howie,J.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20110926-205300</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2011Cases/scene-Howie.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Jarquis Antoine Howie</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2705 Milton Rd. #6 </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On September 26, 2011, officers responded to a shooting that left one person deceased at 2705 Milton Rd. Apt. 6 in the Hampton Commons Apartment Complex. The victim was found to be suffering from at least one gunshot wound and was pronounced deceased at the scene. The victim was identified as Jarquis Antoine Howie.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2011Cases/Jeeter,J.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20110813-002004</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2011Cases/scene-Jeeter.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Justin Delton Jeeter</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>3615 Barringer Dr. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On August 13, 2011, officers responded to Barringer Drive to investigate reports that a person had been shot. When officers arrived on scene, they located the victimJustin Delton Jeeter, inside of the residence suffering from a gunshot wound. Medic arrived soon after and pronounced the victim deceased. Witness statements indicate that a male subject knocked on the door of the home. Soon after, the male subject pulled out a firearm and shot the victim in the chest. The suspect then fled from the residence on foot in the direction of Interstate 77.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2011Cases/Staten,T.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20110703-071900</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2011Cases/scene-Staten.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Timothy Staten</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>3325 Erskine Dr. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 3, 2011, officers responded to 3325 Erskine Drive in reference to an unresponsive male that had collapsed on the front porch of the residence located there. Upon arrival, officers found the victim; Mr. Timothy Staten deceased from gunshot wounds. Reports from witnesses were that the victim had been involved in a physical confrontation with another male in a parking lot of an apartment complex nearby. As the confrontation ended, witnesses saw the victim running from the scene and heard at least one gunshot.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> ​<br> </div></div>
2010 Open Cases<div class="ExternalClassA7994CE571D84BCC9C80AE3D20ED386B"><div style="margin-left:4px;margin-right:4px;"><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20101102-204400</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/Teach_scene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Richard Teach, III</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>619 Village Ct. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">CMPD Officers were called to 619 Village Ct. to an unresponsive male lying on the ground. When officers arrived, the victim appeared to have been run over by a vehicle. It was later determined that he had also been shot. Witnesses that heard gunshots looked out their windows and saw a dark colored truck with possible pin stripes down the sides speeding from the area. The victim, Richard Teach III was from Virginia and in the Charlotte area visiting friends. The vehicle he had been driving earlier was located several days after the homicide occurred. Any information on Mr. Teach and what he may have been doing while in the Charlotte area would be helpful to detectives. Please contact the detective listed below with any information that you may have.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/Hinton.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20101028-135800</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/Hinton_scene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Roosevelt Hinton</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>9305 Wilkinson Blvd. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Roosevelt Hinton was the owner and operator of the Get-A-Way Lounge located at 9305 Wilkinson Blvd. On October 28, 2010, a beer distributor arrived at the business to make a delivery and found Mr. Hinton unconscious on the floor. MEDIC was called and it was determined that he had been shot. A vehicle was seen leaving the scene just before Mr. Hinton was found. Police are still trying to locate this vehicle. It is a dark, 2 door Honda Accord with silver and black rims and low profile tires.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/Graham.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20101005-215503</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/Grahamscene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Antwan Edward Alexander Graham</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1822 Jennings St. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On October 10th, 2010, Antwan Graham had contacted several friends asking them to stop by his home. Neighbors saw a gray Ford Taurus pull up in front of the residence at approximately 10 PM. Mr. Graham’s girlfriend saw him go out the door of the residence to meet the individuals in the vehicle. Minutes later, witnesses heard several gunshots. Police responded to the scene and the victim was transported to Carolinas Medical Center where he later died from his injuries. Anyone that has information about this case is asked to contact the Homicide Detective listed below.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/williams.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20100922-021200</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/Williams_scene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Waylon Clay Williams</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>5300 Rozzelles Ferry Rd. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">At approximately 1 AM on the morning of September 22nd, 2010 a garbage truck passed through the intersection of Rozzelles Ferry Road and Green Street and the area was clear. When the driver of the same garbage truck came back through the intersection at 2 AM, he saw the body of a white male lying motionless in the roadway. He contacted his supervisor and police were notified to respond to the scene. The victim had been wearing a black t-shirt, brown and pink shorts and black and white Starter tennis shoes. If anyone saw the victim, Waylon Williams in the area on the night of his homicide, please contact the Homicide Detective listed below.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20100919-021600</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/Sanchez_scene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Jose Sanchez</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>6512 Albemarle Rd. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Jose Enrique Sanchez, his brother, and two females had just left the Midnight Rodeo on the morning of September 19, 2010. As they were traveling inbound on Albemarle Road, a vehicle approached alongside of them and fired shots into their vehicle. Both the driver and the front seat passenger were struck by bullets. The driver, Jose Sanchez was pronounced deceased at the scene. Anyone that was traveling in the area on that night that may have witnessed the shooting or saw a vehicle fleeing the scene should contact police with their information.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20100509-005501</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/Contreas-scene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Juan Manuel Contreas</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>111 Eastway Drive </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On May 9, 2010 officers responded to the La Zima Club located at 111 Eastway Drive in reference to one individual being shot. Witnesses stated that the victim had been involved in an altercation inside the club and was escorted outside by security. Once the victim and his friends were in the parking lot of the club, another fight began. The victim was struck multiple times during the shooting. He was pronounced deceased on the scene.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/Leverette.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20100409-144603</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/Leverette-scene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Reginald Lamont Leverette</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2100 Catherine Simmons Ave. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department was called to a fight in a parking lot of a small shopping center. The call indicated that there were three males involved and one of them had a gun. By the time police arrived, they located the victim in the 2100 block of Catherine Simmons Avenue with a gunshot wound to his abdomen. The victim was transported to Carolina’s Medical Center where he later died. Witnesses state that the victim was shot by a passenger in the rear seat of a green vehicle which then sped away.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/Alston.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20100403-001000</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/Alston-scene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Tony Perry Alston</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>3216 Minnesota Rd. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On April 4, 2010, a call was received by 911 stating that someone had been shot in front of the caller’s residence. When police arrived, they found Tony Alston lying on the porch of the next door neighbor’s house. Tony Alston had apparently been shot in the doorway of the residence at 3216 Minnesota Rd. and went to a neighbor’s house seeking medical help. Tony Alston was transported to Carolina’s Medical Center where the victim later died.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/whitworth.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20100222-161802</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/whitworth-scene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>Keith Raymond Whitworth</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>16136 Strollaway Rd. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Two workers were dumping water in a wooded area when they located some skeletal remains. The remains were later identified as Keith Raymond Whitworth from Gastonia, North Carolina. He had been reported missing by his girlfriend after she dropped him off at a friend’s home on December 1, 2009. Friends reported seeing him on December 2, but since that date, there had been no further contact with anyone. The Medical Examiner’s Office ruled the victim death a homicide. After a lengthy multijurisdictional investigation between Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department and Gastonia police agencies, information is still needed to help make an arrest in the case.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/white.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20100122-211902</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2010Cases/White-scene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"><strong>Victim:  </strong>David Lorenzo White</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"> <strong>Locati​on:  </strong>3300 Avalon Ave. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On January 22, 2010, Medic was called to an unresponsive male found lying in the grass in the 3300 block of Avalon Avenue. When police and Medic responded, they found a teenaged male that had been shot and likely the victim of a robbery. He had been shot one time in the upper portion of his body. David White was pronounced dead at the scene​.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"><strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> </div></div>
2009 Open Cases<div class="ExternalClass48F103EAA756427780EB4142836C8E35"><div style="margin-left:4px;margin-right:4px;"><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20091218-192203</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/Hall-Carter%20scene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Koeppel Lee Hall, III</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>6129 Winged Elm Ct. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Independence Division officers responded to a call for service in reference to an assault with a deadly weapon. When they arrived at the apartment, they found two males deceased inside from gunshot wounds. Several neighbors in the building said that they heard sounds that may have been gunshots around 1 to 2 pm on the day of the murder, but did not call police because they thought the sounds must have been outside noise from the parking lot.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/WMWaltersscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20090915-232800</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/WMWaltersscene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Willie Moses Walters</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1009 Holland Ave. # 1 </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">A roommate of the victim was in his room and heard a lot of commotion coming from the victim's room. After things quieted down, the roommate went to check on the victim to make sure everything was alright. The roommate saw the suspect standing over the victim yelling at him to give him the money. After the suspect also attempted to rob the roommate, he and another unseen suspect ran out the door of the home.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/TWrightscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20090914-055500</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/TWrightscene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Tiffany Wright & Aaliyah Wright</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>6700 Mallard Creek Road </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Tiffany Wright was a fifteen year old student that was waiting at her bus stop at 6700 Mallard Creek Road. She was 9 months pregnant and her foster mother had walked down to the bus stop with her. Her mother realized that she had forgotten her water and walked back to their residence to retrieve it. Minutes later, when her mother returned, she found Tiffany lying in the street suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to the hospital where the baby was delivered by cesarean section before the victim was pronounced deceased. The baby survived in the hospital for a short time before also dying.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/JMcGillscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20090802-232901</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/JMcGillscene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Ron Kentrell McGill</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>4500 Colby Road </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Officers were called to "a person shot" at 11:30 pm on August 2nd on Colby Road. They located Ja'Ron McGill with a gunshot wound to his abdomen. He was transported to the hospital where he was pronounced deceased. He had been to his pregnant girlfriend's home and had left to walk to his own home. He was confronted along the way and shot by several suspects.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/YRHangscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20090604-183600</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/YRHangscene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Yong Roo Hwang</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>3431 St. Vardel Lane </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">The victim was working alone at the business he owns called Goldeneye Trading on the evening of June 4th. His wife stopped by the business and found him unresponsive behind the counter suffering from gunshot wounds. He was pronounced deceased. Several items were taken from the victim and the motive for the shooting appeared to be robbery.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/DDixonscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20090515-132402</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/DDixonscene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Derrick Sharon Dixon</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>4525 N. Sharon Amity Rd. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">The victim was driving his silver Chevy Impala and traveling southbound down N. Sharon Amity Road when witness observed that it came to a stop in the travel lanes. Motorists passing by realized that it appeared that the driver had a medical problem and called 911. When MEDIC arrived, it was realized that the victim had been shot in the head. Witnesses described seeing a green Toyota traveling at a high rate of speed leaving the area just after the shooting occurred.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20090508-225305</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/MartinezCueyarscene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Magdaleno Martinez-Cueyar</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>5539 Northstream Dr. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On May 8, 2009, officers responded to a call for shots fired in the area and located two victims shot behind 5539 Northstream Dr. Both victims were transported to the hospital and Magdaleno Martinez-Cueyar was pronounced deceased. The surviving victim was outside talking on his cell phone when he saw the suspects approaching. He attempted to run to his apartment, but was shot during the process. Once he was hiding inside his apartment, he heard several more shots. Robbery is believed to have been the motive for the shooting. The suspects were described as two black males with dreadlocks.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/HugoSanchezscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20090105-020701</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2009Cases/HugoSanchezscene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Hugo Alberto Teran Sanchez</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>210 Owen Blvd. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">The victim and a friend had just returned to the victim's residence from the Gold Placios Club. They were seated in the friend's vehicle in the victim's driveway having a brief conversation when the friend noticed three Hispanic males approaching the vehicle. The suspects opened the door of the vehicle and shot the two men without saying a word. Items were taken from the victims after they had been shot.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> </div></div>
2008 Open Cases<div class="ExternalClass5C4183B73B15407393AA9EF9E95622E2"><div style="margin-left:4px;margin-right:4px;"><div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Thompson.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20081211-183500</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/ThompsonScene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Marquiese Antonio Thompson</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1800 blk. of Weststone Dr. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">The victim was found lying on the ground with a gunshot wound by a motorist passing by the intersection of Weststone and Westridge Dr. He was later pronounced deceased at the hospital. Friends that were with him earlier stated that he had left their location to walk home to get ready for basketball practice.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/NOPHOTO.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20081129-005001</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/ZapataCrimeScene2.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Jose De Jesus Munoz Zapata</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>5926 N. Tryon St. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">The victim was at the Kalipzo Club with some friends to celebrate his 24th birthday. There was an altercation in the club and the bouncers made several groups leave the club. While the victim and his friends were in the parking lot preparing to leave, a vehicle drove by and fired shots at the vehicle the victim was sitting in. The victim was transported to the hospital where he later died as a result of his injuries.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Lee.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20081023-074600</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/LeeCrimeScene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Angelo McKenzy Lee</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1404 Peach Park Lane </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">The victim was getting ready to walk his daughter to her bus stop on the morning of October 23, 2008 when two suspects came to the front door of his home. They fired several shots inside the residence that struck the victim and he died at the scene.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Weaverscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080921-061500</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/TyvolaDRApt2.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Brent Raynard Weaver</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>188 Tyvola Dr. Apt. #2 </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Brent Raynard Weaver was found injured on the sidewalk in front of his apartment on September 29, 2008. His injuries were fatal and MEDIC pronounced him deceased upon their arrival. It appeared that the assault began inside the victim's apartment and then he staggered outside and collapsed where he was found by police.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/HuntMugshot.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080723-185200</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/HuntScene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>James Robert Hunt</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>3740 Durham Lane </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 23, 2008, James Robert Hunt had been working on a car with a friend when he received a phone call. At that time, he returned to his residence. Several witnesses called 911 to report a man down and bleeding in the driveway of the home located at 3740 Durham Lane. Police were looking for a red Monte Carlo, but that vehicle has been located.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Campbellscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080706-091000</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Campbellscene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Michael Lewis Campbell, Jr.</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>10200 Nations Ford Rd </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On July 6, the body of Michael Lewis Campbell, Jr. was found lying beside a road in Ramblewood Park. Detectives are unsure of Mr. Campbell's activities in the hours leading up to his death. Anyone with information on Mr. Campbell's whereabouts on the night of his death or any acquaintances he may have been with, please contact the lead detective with your information.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/BarringerDC.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080625-215400</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Barringerscene.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Darrel Christopher Barringer</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>6001 Elgywood Lane </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On the evening of June 25, 2008, Mr. Barringer was walking home after visiting a local convenience store. A subject approached him with a handgun and shot him multiple times. Mr. Barringer died on August 5 from complications of the injuries he sustained that night.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Boularscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080617-144300</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/MarloweAve.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Jeffery Bernard Boular</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2311 Marlowe Ave. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On June 17, 2008, the victim was sitting on the front porch of a duplex when someone drove by and fired shots at the residence. The victim as well as a person inside the residence were struck by the gunfire. Mr. Boular died from his injuries and the other victim survived. Witnesses report the gunshots came from a red Dodge Magnum or similar vehicle during the drive-by shooting. Police are trying to identify that vehicle and its occupants.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Timbersscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080604-005201</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/ForestPondDr.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Jacques Rendell Timbers</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>6203 Forest Pond Dr. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On June 4, 2008, the victim was visiting a residence at 6203 Forest Pond Dr. As he was standing in the driveway with a friend, a small white truck passed by the residence and the driver fired shots striking both the victim and his friend. The friend survived while Mr. Timbers died at the scene from his injuries. Police are trying to locate the vehicle and the driver involved in the shooting.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/BroughtonPhoto.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080512-222601</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/EquipmentDr.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Larry Allen Broughton</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>5301 Equipment Dr. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On May 12, 2008, the victim was working at the Country Hearth Inn when two black males came in and attempted to commit a robbery. One of the males shot both of the clerks who were working and Mr. Broughton died from his injuries. The other clerk suffered serious injuries, but survived the shooting. A $5,000 reward has been offered by the hotel's general manager for the capture of the persons responsible for this crime.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/RiveraLopezscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080426-015905</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/AlbemarleRd.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Isaias Rivera-Lopez</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>5546 Albemarle Rd. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On April 26, 2008, Metro Special Police called 911 to say they had discovered a Hispanic male who appeared to have been shot. When police arrived, the victim was found lying beside his white and blue Ford F-150 truck in the Dollar Tree Plaza parking lot at 5546 Albemarle Rd. where the Metro Special Police had placed him after removing him from his vehicle. Police are unsure of a motive in this case. A black Ford F150 pickup was seen leaving the parking lot shortly after the gunshots were fired.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Bustosscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080405-005301</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/DriftwoodDr.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Nemesio Perez Bustos</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>3803 Driftwood Dr. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Police responded to the El Gavilan Sports Bar after a call for service reported a man down in the parking lot. When officers arrived, they found the victim lying on the pavement beside his work van deceased from a gunshot wound. When detectives spoke to his roommate, they were advised that Mr. Bustos had gone to El Gavilan to see the bar owner and pay his rent for his residence.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/HighMeadowMurders.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080406-162800</strong>​</div> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victims:  </strong>Cherilyn Jane Crawford, William "Beau" Royster, Timothy Stone, Andrew Babyak</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>720 High Meadow Ln. Apt. W </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Early on the morning of March 23, 2008, four victims were found murdered in an apartment at the Tree Top Apartment complex. Detectives have spoken with many of the residents at the complex and are continuing to follow up on leads. Police are still seeking any further information that can help solve these murders.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Firmsscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080403-105001</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/E36thSt.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Cynthia Ann Firms</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1200 E. 36th St. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">The body of Cynthia Firms was found lying on the ground behind the Talco Express Food Mart. Homeless individuals frequent the area behind the store and it is believed that her body had likely been there for less than 24 hours. Police have spoken to many residents from the area and continue to seek information in this case.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Beasleyscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080317-223203</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/RemingtonSt.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Antoine Lamont Beasley</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2616 Remington St. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">The victim lived at a nearby residence on Remington St. Family members advised that he had left their residence only 10 to 15 minutes before the shooting. He had advised family members that someone in the neighborhood had attempted to run him over earlier in the day. The victim was found shot multiple times in a nearby driveway. He was transported to the hospital where he later died.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Earlyscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080311-043900</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/SouthwindDr.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Latasha Reid Early</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>2006 Southwind Dr. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Latasha Reid Early was at home asleep with her four children sleeping in nearby bedrooms. It is thought that she heard a noise downstairs that made her come down from her bedroom to investigate. She was met by someone who shot her in the head. One of her children placed a call to 911 and responding officers found evidence someone had broken into the residence. The victim was transported to the hospital where she later died.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/JacksonJoshua.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080217-235201</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/BeattiesFordRd.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Joshua Jackson</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>4919 Beatties Ford Rd. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Joshua Jackson was a 12- year-old child who had gone to a Sweet 16 birthday party at "Ramses Temple" located on Beatties Ford Rd. When the party ended at midnight, the partygoers started going out to the parking lot behind the establishment where there was an altercation. When gunshots started being fired in the parking lot, everyone started to run to escape the gunfire. By the time the shooting was over, the victim was found by his friends, shot in the head. They attempted to load him into a van to transport him to the hospital, but flagged down officers when they arrived on scene. Joshua Jackson was pronounced dead at the scene.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Whitescan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080212-121401</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/TomHunterRd.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Prencilia White</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>1415 Tom Hunter Rd. (Economy Inn) </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">The victim was found deceased in a hotel room by the housekeeping staff. The room appeared to be in disarray, as if there had been a struggle. Police are still seeking other people who were at the hotel that night to see if they may have seen or heard anything that may be important to the investigation.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Byrdscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080112-201702</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/PointLakeDr.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Eric Richard Byrd</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>7247 Point Lake Dr. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">Four individuals drove over to Lake Point Apartments to visit a residence. The driver of the vehicle went to the door of the apartment and when he returned to the vehicle, he saw the suspect approaching. The suspect took his wallet at gunpoint and then forced him back to the vehicle where he attempted to rob the other occupants of the vehicle. When the victims did not respond quickly enough, the suspect began to fire into the vehicle. Eric Byrd was pronounced dead at the scene.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Morrisonscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080111-023900</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/GrassyPatchLn.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Kenyon Lamont Morrison</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>942 Grassy Patch Ln. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">On January 11, 2008, Kenyon Morrison had been staying at the residence on Grassy Patch for a couple of days and sleeping in the downstairs living area. Shots were fired which brought everyone else in the residence who had been sleeping down to the living room to investigate. They found Kenyon Morrison deceased on the living room floor.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Paniaqua.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080107-230400</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/FarmPondLn.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Julio Antonio Paniagua</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>​5616 Farm Pond Ln. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">The victim was observed by a security guard at Woodscape Apartment complex running down Farm Pond Ln. and looking back over his shoulder. The security guard heard several gunshots and saw the victim fall to the ground. The security guard never saw the suspect and could not give any description.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline;">​​​​ ​ <div style="float:left;">​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/Castroscan.jpg" alt="Homicide victim photo" style="padding-bottom:9px;padding-right:17px;" /><br>​ <strong>20080107-062800</strong>​</div>​​<img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/OpenCases/2008Cases/ArrowoodRd.jpg" alt="Homicide scene photo" style="float:left;padding-bottom:9px;" /> ​​​​</div>​ <div style="clear:both;"></div>​​​ <div style="display:inline;padding-bottom:9px;"> <span style="float:left;padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Victim:  </strong>Hugo Cesar Castro</span> ​ <span style="float:left;"><strong>Locati​on:  </strong>115 E. Arrowood Rd. </span>​</div> ​ <br>​ ​ <br>​​<span style="padding-bottom:9px;">The victim was found lying near a foot path between the Express Mart and the Wingate Place Apartments on January 7, 2008. Relatives stated that the victim had an altercation with someone at the apartment complex the night before and had not come home that night.</span><br><br> <div style="display:inline;"> <span style="padding-right:53px;"> <strong>Contact Lead:</strong>  ​<a href="mailto:Homicide@cmpd.org" title="send an email">Inv. Tech. M. Cortes</a></span>704-336-8626</div>​​​​​ <div style="clear:both;"></div> <br> <hr style="height:1px;border:none;color:#444444;width:93%;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <br> <br> </div></div>

​​

 

 

Cold Case Investigations<div class="ExternalClassCDFAD8286AAC460D90A61FB1AA90C530"><div style="margin-right:4px;margin-left:4px;"><p>The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department has approximately <strong>600 open homicide cases</strong> dating back through the early 1960’s. Each of these cases represents a victim and their families who are still waiting for closure and justice. A big concern for families is that a case has been forgotten. Detectives working older cases find that relationships change, fear of cooperation dissipates, and people who were initially uncooperative can become your best witnesses. Previously processed evidence can be reprocessed using the latest techniques and provide new clues to a killer's identity. With the belief that all victims need closure the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department formed a Cold Case Unit in April of 2003.</p><p> The <strong>Homicide Cold Case Unit</strong> consists of homicide detectives, a civilian review team with law enforcement experience, and civilian volunteers from a wide array of life experiences. Initially, a case is assigned to a civilian review team member. That team member will read over the case file and identify any leads that need to be followed. They will also organize the paperwork and provide the detectives with a detailed summary of the available information relating to the case. This review and organization of the case information saves the detective valuable time. Subsequently, the detective can immediately begin working on the relevant leads. The review process generally takes approximately five months.</p><p> Please review the <a href="/CMPD/Organization/Pages/InvestSvcs/ColdCase-Files.aspx"><strong>Highlighted Cold Case Investigations for 2017​​</strong>​​​ and the <strong>Unsolved Cold Cases</strong></a> from the past couple of years which our detectives are currently seeking additional information. Anyone having information on a cold case is asked to contact one of the detectives or the agent listed below. You may also contact the Homicide Cold Case Hotline: <br><br></p> ​ <p style="text-align:center;"> <span style="font-size:13px;"> <strong>HOMICIDE COLD CASE HOT LINE 704-336-2358</strong> </span></p> <br> ​ <hr style="border:currentcolor;width:93%;height:1px;color:#444444;margin-top:2px;margin-left:17px;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <div style="width:100%;line-height:1.7;"><div style="display:inline-block;">​ <div style="padding-left:10px;float:left;"> <img alt="Detective photo" src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/ColdCaseUnit/Sgt_Price.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-bottom:13px;" />​</div> ​​ <div style="padding-right:23px;margin-top:-17px;"> <a title="send an email" href="mailto:dprice@cmpd.org"><strong>Sergeant Darrell Price</strong></a> supervises the CMPD’s Cold Case Unit. This unit consists of both Homicide and Sexual Assault investigations. He came to work for the CMPD in January of 1981 following the footsteps of his father a Captain for the CMPD. Since then he has served over 34 years on the department with the past 27 having been in Criminal Investigations. For the first 15 years he served as a Detective and the past 12 years he served as a Supervisor.<br><br>​​Sgt. Price now supervises 7 Detectives and 14 Volunteers to work a combination of over 600 unsolved Homicides and 3000 unsolved Sexual Assaults. His philosophy is to gather unit members who have been successful in their varied backgrounds bringing different viewpoints to bear on case facts. Sgt. Price is currently serving as Vice President of the Mid-Atlantic Cold Case Homicide Investigators Association (MACCHIA). [<em>phone:</em> 704-336-2294]​ </div></div> ​ <br> <br> ​ <hr style="border:currentcolor;width:93%;height:1px;color:#444444;margin-top:2px;margin-left:17px;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;">​ <div style="padding-left:10px;float:left;"> <img alt="Detective photo" src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/ColdCaseUnit/Det_Osorio.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-bottom:13px;" />​</div> ​​ <div style="padding-right:23px;margin-top:-17px;"> <a title="send an email" href="mailto:dosorio@cmpd.org"><strong>Detective David Osorio</strong></a> ​​served five years in the US Army, and was stationed at Ft. Bragg, NC. He started his law enforcement career in 1991 when he joined CMPD, and has served in a number of roles such as Patrol, Robbery Task Force, Armed Robbery, and spent 13 years as a SWAT Crisis Negotiator. He has been assigned to the homicide unit investigating active murders and serious assaults for over 13 years. Detective Osorio brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to help solve challenging cold cases, and is fluent in the Spanish language​. [<em>phone:</em> 704-336-5048]​ </div></div> ​ <br> <br> ​ ​<hr style="border:currentcolor;width:93%;height:1px;color:#444444;margin-top:2px;margin-left:17px;background-color:#444444;" /> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;">​ <div style="padding-left:10px;float:left;"> <img alt="Detective photo" src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/ColdCaseUnit/Det_Williams.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-bottom:13px;" />​</div> ​​ <div style="padding-right:23px;margin-top:-17px;"> <a title="send an email" href="mailto:jwilliams2@cmpd.org"><strong>Detective Ed Williams</strong></a> joined CMPD in September of 1986. After graduating from the academy, he spent 5 years in the Adam-1 district (which has since become the Central Division). Ed then went to the Investigations Bureau, where he spent several years in the Armed Robbery Division, before transferring to the Homicide Division. During his time in homicide, Ed went back to graduate school and earned his Master’s in Accountancy from Gardner-Webb University. Upon earning his degree, Ed then transferred to the Crime Analysis Division, where he oversaw the Department’s crime statistics, and reported same to the FBI. Ed then finished out his career in the Airport Division. Ed was hired back after retirement to work on Cold Case Homicide investigations. [<em>phone:</em> 704-336-8626]​ </div></div> ​ <br> ​<br> <hr style="border:currentcolor;width:93%;height:1px;color:#444444;margin-top:2px;margin-left:17px;background-color:#444444;" /><br> <div style="display:inline-block;">​ <div style="padding-left:10px;float:left;"> <img alt="Detective photo" src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/ColdCaseUnit/Det_McKee.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-bottom:13px;" />​</div> ​​ <div style="padding-right:23px;margin-top:-17px;"> <a title="send an email" href="mailto:nmckee@cmpd.org"><strong>Detective Norma McKee</strong></a> joined the Charlotte Police Department January, 1991. She spent a majority of her career working Patrol in the Metro Division. She took on the role of training officer to new recruits starting in 1994. While maintaining that role, she worked closely with fragile communities within the district to combat the drug and prostitution problems. She has spent 5 years in Homicide, and is now assigned to the Homicide Cold Case Unit. [<em>phone:</em> 704-336-6044]​ </div></div> ​ <br> ​<br>​ <hr style="border:currentcolor;width:93%;height:1px;color:#444444;margin-top:2px;margin-left:17px;background-color:#444444;" />​ <br> <br></div></div> <br> <br> <strong>Cold Case Unit Volunteers</strong><br><br> <div style="margin-right:13px;margin-left:13px;"> The Homicide Cold Case Unit relies heavily on the dedicated efforts of the civilian volunteers that work tirelessly and give freely of their time. These men and women are owed a great deal of appreciation for the success of the Charlotte–Mecklenburg Police Department's Homicide Cold Case Unit. With their dedication plus the hard work and experience of our homicide detectives, over 140 cases have been reviewed and 39 cases have been cleared.</div> <br> <br> ​ <hr style="border:currentcolor;width:93%;height:1px;color:#444444;margin-top:2px;margin-left:17px;background-color:#444444;" />​ <br> <div style="display:inline-block;">​ <div style="padding-left:10px;float:left;"> <img alt="Detective photo" src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/ColdCaseUnit/vols_Thoreson-Rogers.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-bottom:3px;" />​</div> ​​ <div style="padding-right:23px;margin-top:-17px;">​<strong>June Thoreson-Rogers, CFE</strong> is currently a NC Private Investigator after working for over 30 years in law enforcement and the financial services industry. She retired from JPMorgan Chase (JPMC) in 2013 where she served as an Executive in Global Security and Investigations managing nationwide check fraud investigations, the whistleblower hotline, the investigation support call center and the intake and work flow of fraud cases and Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) filing and QA. Prior to JPMC she was the Director of Corporate Fraud Investigations at Washington Mutual bank, managing investigators located around the United States who investigated internal and external fraud matters that impacted the bank, filed SAR reports, and prosecuted suspects. Previously, she was with Bank of America Investigative Serv​ices for 17 years, where she served in many roles, including Senior Manager over special investigations and various investigation regions. Prior to entering the financial services industry, she was a Federal Bureau of Investigations Special Agent in Charlotte, N.C., and a Police Officer in Wisconsin.​ </div></div> ​ <br> ​ <hr style="border:currentcolor;width:93%;height:1px;color:#444444;margin-top:2px;margin-left:17px;background-color:#444444;" />​ <br> <div style="display:inline-block;">​ <div style="padding-left:10px;float:left;"> <img alt="Detective photo" src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/ColdCaseUnit/vols_Donaldson.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-bottom:3px;" />​</div> ​​ <div style="padding-right:23px;margin-top:-17px;">​<strong>Hannah Donaldson</strong> is a volunteer with the CMPD Homicide Cold Case Unit, and is a Graduate student in Criminology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. As such, she brings updated knowledge in the work of investigations. Hannah has established and maintains a searchable electronic database of actively reviewed homicide case files, and participates in monthly review of cases. Her expertise has been of immeasurable value in making the data user friendly for all associated personnel. Hannah also volunteers part time as an interviewer for MeckFUSE study.​ </div></div> ​ <br> ​ <hr style="border:currentcolor;width:93%;height:1px;color:#444444;margin-top:2px;margin-left:17px;background-color:#444444;" />​ <br> <div style="display:inline-block;">​ <div style="padding-left:10px;float:left;"> <img alt="Detective photo" src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/ColdCaseUnit/vols_VLord.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-bottom:3px;" />​</div> ​​ <div style="padding-right:23px;margin-top:-17px;">​<strong>Professor Vivian Lord, PhD</strong> is a Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. Dr. Lord received her Ph.D. in Psychology from North Carolina State University and is licensed as a practicing psychologist in North Carolina. She is the author of three books and more than 50 journal articles, book chapters, and technical reports exploring topics primarily in suicide by cop, police interaction with people with mental illness, retention of students, women in policing, law enforcement selection, ethics, comparative law enforcement systems, occupational stress, and workplace violence. Before her academic career, Dr. Lord was an instructor and manager at the North Carolina Justice Academy for 18 years, training law enforcement officers throughout North Carolina. She also had previous investigative experience with Carrboro Police Department.​ </div></div> ​ <br> ​ <hr style="border:currentcolor;width:93%;height:1px;color:#444444;margin-top:2px;margin-left:17px;background-color:#444444;" />​ <br>​ <div style="display:inline-block;">​ <div style="padding-left:10px;float:left;"> <img alt="Detective photo" src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/ColdCaseUnit/vols_Lambert.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-bottom:3px;" />​</div> ​​ <div style="padding-right:23px;margin-top:-17px;">​<strong>John Lambert</strong> joined the Cold Case Homicide Unit as a volunteer in 2004 after retiring from Duke Energy and later again from Framatome ANP. He is a graduate of C.W. Post College of Long Island University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Industrial Management. John has 5 years’ experience in engineering and site operations with Grumman Aircraft in the aerospace industry; 10 years’ experience in engineering, shipboard overhaul and new construction on Navy nuclear projects at Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company and 25 years’ project management experience in nuclear and conventional power plant construction, modifications and upgrades with Duke Energy and Framatome ANP. John is also a graduate of the CMPD Citizens Academy and the FBI Citizens Academy. He served two terms on the City of Charlotte Citizens Review Board.​ </div></div> ​ <br> ​ <hr style="border:currentcolor;width:93%;height:1px;color:#444444;margin-top:2px;margin-left:17px;background-color:#444444;" />​ <br> <div style="display:inline-block;">​ <div style="padding-left:10px;float:left;"> <img alt="Detective photo" src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/ColdCaseUnit/vols_Simpkins.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-bottom:3px;" />​</div> ​​ <div style="padding-right:23px;margin-top:-17px;">​<strong>Joe Simpkins</strong> joined the Homicide Cold Case Unit as a volunteer after spending about two years working on the UVisa program for CMPD. He is a retired Captain for Piedmont/US Airways where he served as a Commercial Airline Pilot for 22 years. Prior to his airline career, Joe was a USAF Pilot for 21 years, and retired as a Lt Col. He is no stranger to the nickname "Volunteer" as he earned his Bachelor of Science in Corporate Finance from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Sometimes he can be heard humming the song "Rocky Top" as he passes folks in the hallways of the Law Enforcement Center. In addition the running his Real Estate Firm and Firearms Sales and Transfers Firm, Joe serves on the Board of Directors of the Carolina DX Association, where he serves on the Board of Directors, and is the senior Systems Operator for the Internet information sharing network. He and his wife are both NRA Certified Pistol Instructors, Range Safety Officers (Rifle & Shotgun), and Indoor Range Training Officers​.​ </div></div> ​ <br> ​ <hr style="border:currentcolor;width:93%;height:1px;color:#444444;margin-top:2px;margin-left:17px;background-color:#444444;" />​ <br> <div style="display:inline-block;">​ <div style="padding-left:10px;float:left;"> <img alt="Detective photo" src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/ColdCaseUnit/vols_Wieczorek.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-bottom:3px;" />​</div> ​​ <div style="padding-right:23px;margin-top:-17px;">​<strong>Ken Wieczorek</strong> is a Certified Crime and Intelligence Analyst and works at a major bank. His background covers fraud investigations, data management and intelligence analytics. Prior to moving to Charlotte Ken lived in Texas where he had been involved in various projects with Dallas Police Department. He had worked with homicide in building a database of unsolved crimes to help analyze the linking of cases to serial related crimes and a Robbery tracking database to find robbery patterns and trends for proactive prevention. He was awarded the Dallas Citizens Merit and Regional FBI Letter of Commendation for activities related to Child Exploitation Crime Taskforce. Ken is a USMC Vietnam Veteran – 1st Marine Air Wing.​ </div></div> ​ <br> ​ <hr style="border:currentcolor;width:93%;height:1px;color:#444444;margin-top:2px;margin-left:17px;background-color:#444444;" />​ <br> <div style="display:inline-block;">​ <div style="padding-left:10px;float:left;"> <img alt="Detective photo" src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/ColdCaseUnit/vols_Congdon.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-bottom:3px;" />​</div> ​​ <div style="padding-right:23px;margin-top:-17px;">​<strong>Katie Congdon</strong> is a case review volunteer for the CMPD Homicide Cold Case Unit. In her role, she reviews case information and prepares summaries for review by the Cold Case team. Katie is a regional marketing manager for a Charlotte-based land developer and is a graduate of Appalachian State. Katie’s professional background with information analysis and project management has prepared her for well for the case review role.​ </div></div> ​ ​<br> ​ <hr style="border:currentcolor;width:93%;height:1px;color:#444444;margin-top:2px;margin-left:17px;background-color:#444444;" />​​​ ​<br></div>
Victim Support Services<div class="ExternalClass3C44C03856544A228F9ECD6C990CB4A3"><div style="margin-left:4px;margin-right:4px;"> <img src="/CMPD/Organization/PublishingImages/InvestSvcs/HOMICIDESUPPORTGRPBNR2.jpg" alt="" style="margin:5px;" /> <br> <span style="font-size:10px;">The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Homicide Support Group formed in September 2009. It was created to build a network of support for survivors of homicide victims.</span>​ <br> <br>​​<strong>About Our Group</strong><br> The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, started by retired Chief Rodney Monroe and Sgt. Ricky Robbins of the Homicide Unit, is partnering with homicide survivors and other agencies to provide a safe and understanding environment where experiences can be shared, information can be exchanged and support can be provided. Current Chief Kerr Putney values and supports the Homicide Support Group in their efforts. <br> <br> Survivors help each other feel less isolated by connecting with others who've suffered a similar tragedy. They help each other gain an understanding of loss and grief; and they help promote changes in the criminal justice system that will lessen the burden on survivors of homicide victims. <br> <br> The CMPD Victim Support Services is design to accommodate a wide range of potential members. In an effort to meet the needs of all potential group members' participants can attend meetings when convenient. Our objective is to provide a non-judgmental and safe environment where family members affected by homicide can support and encourage one another by sharing their challenges, experiences, and grief journey. <br> <br> The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Victim Support Services meets the first Tuesday of each month at the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Headquarters, 601 E. Trade Street. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. <br> <br> <br> <strong>Volunteer Opportunities</strong><br><strong>Volunteer Family Advocates:</strong> these specially-trained volunteers are survivors of homicide victims and will work directly with families who have lost loved ones to homicide. Responsibilities include: supporting family members through a continuum of care services as outlined in the training process. Volunteers are expected to attend monthly meetings and special events. <br> <br> <strong>Community Volunteer Homicide Advocates:</strong> these specially-trained volunteers are survivors of homicide victims and will work with community members in the aftermath of a homicide. Responsibilities include: providing awareness to community members about CMPD homicide-related initiatives, organizing and conducting community health fairs in the aftermath of a homicide to include collaborating with other community organizations, Volunteers are expected to attend monthly meetings and special events. <br> <br> <strong>Volunteer Requirements:</strong> Complete <strong>15</strong> hours of training, pass a criminal background check, clear the vetting process, and commit to a minimum of one year of service. <br> <br> For more information about volunteering with the Victim Support Services, please contact Sgt. Ricky Robbins or Victim Support Specialist Martine Highet. <br> <br> <br> <strong>Contact Information</strong><br> For more information about the Victim Support Services or other Homicide Division Initiatives, please contact: <br> <br> Sgt. Ricky Robbins at 704-336-6679 [<a href="mailto:rrobbins@cmpd.org" title="send an email...">rrobbins@cmpd.org</a>] or <br>Victim Support​ Specialist Martine Highet at 704-336-2364 [<a href="mailto:mhighet@cmpd.org" title="send an email...">mhighet@cmpd.org</a>] <br> <br> <br> <strong>Homicide Support Group E-Newsletter</strong>​<br> Please click on the provided link to the <a href="/CMPD/Organization/Documents/InvestSvcs/HSGnewsletter.pdf" target="_blank"> <strong>Victim Support Services​ e-newsletter</strong></a>. ​We are also collecting submissions for future issues of our newsletter. If you would like to contribute to the healing factor of someone's loss by providing positive feedback or personal testimonies on dealing with such tragedies, please submit them through our <strong>online submission form</strong>.<br><em><strong>Note:</strong> all articles must be approved through the Homicide Unit before being included into a future newsletter.</em><br><br><br>​</div></div>
Family Support Services Information<div class="ExternalClass1ACC2A245DDF4E2D888C6F8AF1859683"><div style="margin-right:4px;margin-left:4px;">​ <strong>Victim's Assistance<br> United Family Services of Charlotte</strong><br>601 East Fifth Street, Suite 400<br>Charlotte, NC 28202 <br> 704-332-9034 for victims of felony crimes<br>704-336-4126 for victims of domestic violence <br><br> Provides free individual and support group counseling. <ul><li> Helps victims and family members clarify their problems and feelings to return to normal living </li><li> Assists the criminal justice systems to support victims </li><li> Assists with filling out the necessary forms for victim compensation. Call 704-367-2735 for assistance.</li><li> Assists with locating other needed services. </li></ul><div style="margin-right:7px;margin-left:7px;"> <br> </div> <br> <a href="http://www.nccrimecontrol.org/vjs"> <strong>N.C. Department of Crime Control and Public Safety Compensation Services</strong></a><br> Victims Compensation Services reimburses citizens who suffer medical expenses and lost wages as a result of being an innocent victim of a crime committed in North Carolina. Victims of rape, assault, child sexual abuse, domestic violence and drunk driving. Families of homicide victims also eligible to apply for financial help. <br> <br> <br> <strong>VINE</strong> - Notification of arrestee's release<br> Mecklenburg County's hotline that provides information on inmate custody status.<br> 800-247-9658 <br> <br> <br> <a href="http://www.mecksheriff.com/"> <strong>Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Department</strong></a><br> 700 E. 4th Street<br>Charlotte, North Carolina 28202<br>704-336-2543 <ul><li> Maintains current information in VINE.</li><li> To access inmate information </li></ul><div style="margin-right:7px;margin-left:7px;"> <br> </div> <br> <strong>Mecklenburg County District Attorney's Office</strong><br>700 East Trade Street <br>Charlotte, NC 28202 <br>704-347-7891 <ul><li> Determines what cases will be prosecuted in court.</li><li> Prepares cases for trial. </li><li> Contacts victims in serious offenses after an arrest has been made. </li><li> Resolves cases by a trial before a jury; by a trial before or judge; or by plea agreement. </li></ul><div style="margin-right:7px;margin-left:7px;"> <br> </div> <br> <a href="http://charmeckauth.ci.charlotte.nc.us/mecklenburg/county/MedicalExaminer/Pages/default.aspx"><strong>Mecklenburg County Medical Examiner's Office</strong></a>​<br>618 N. College Street<br>Charlotte, North Carolina 28202<br>704-336-2005 <ul><li> Conducts the autopsy on the victim. </li><li> Determines the cause of death.</li><li> Coordinates with the victim's family and the selected funeral home or cremation service.</li></ul>​</div><div style="margin-right:7px;margin-left:7px;"> <br> <strong>Mothers of Murdered Offspring</strong><br> A resource for families of murder victims in which they are brought together in support of one another. They promote the message of non-violence through educational programs and activities. <br><em>Contact Person:</em> Judy Williams, Co-Founder<br><em>Telephone Number:</em> 704-334-3249<br><br><br><a href="http://charmeckauth.ci.charlotte.nc.us/mecklenburg/county/HealthDepartment/cds/Pages/default.aspx"><strong>Child Development-Community Policing</strong></a><br>704-336-2944<br>www.nccev.org <ul><li> Provides crisis intervention services to children who witness or are a victim of violence. </li><li> The Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department makes a referral to CD-CP.</li></ul> <br> <br> <br> Click here to download an <a href="/CMPD/Organization/Documents/InvestSvcs/HomicideBrochure.pdf" target="_blank"><strong>Agency and Resource Guide</strong></a>​ to family services. <br> <br> <br> </div></div>
Frequently Asked Questions<div class="ExternalClass7718A519D00A4921BA604D790068D38E"><div style="margin-left:4px;margin-right:4px;">​<strong>When can a victim's belongings be turned over to a family member after a homicide, suicide, or death investigation?</strong><br> During a homicide investigation, most items and vehicles seized will be held until there is a final disposition in the case. The District Attorney's Office will then contact the detective in regards to the items of evidence that were seized. Most items will be released, but some may be retained for a period of time, at the discretion of the District Attorney's Office. Items taken into evidence during a suicide or death investigation likely will be held only until the Medical Examiner has made an official ruling on the cause of death. The detective assigned to the case will complete all of the appropriate paperwork and contact family members to release items once the case is closed. The Property Management and Evidence Control Division will also send a letter to notify the designated person that the property is available to be picked up. <br><br> <br><strong>Can I see a homicide detective if I come by CMPD Headquarters without an appointment?</strong><br> Anyone wishing to speak to a detective about a particular case should call and make an appointment. Our detectives work rotating shifts and often are out of the office working ongoing investigations, conducting interviews, or involved in court proceedings. <br> <br> For information about a particular case, the lead detective has the authority to determine what information can be released. It is important to make sure the lead detective is available before stopping by. <br> <br> After a homicide occurs, detectives meet with the family of the victim to provide them with information and to give the family an opportunity to ask any questions they may have. Our detectives are sensitive to the needs of victims' families and will make themselves available any time the family needs to speak to them. If you have trouble contacting a homicide detective, you can call 704-336-2311 and request to speak to the on-duty homicide sergeant. <br><br> <br><strong>How will I know when I need to be in court for any hearings involving my loved one's case?</strong><br> There will be no need to go to court until an arrest is made in the homicide case. In the first few days after an arrest has been made, your point of contact will be the lead detective. He/she will notify your family of the arrest and explain what to expect concerning court appearances. Once the detective has had an opportunity to turn over the case information to the District Attorney's Office, a representative from their office will notify you of any court proceedings for which you need to be present. <br> <br> <br> </div></div>

​​​
​ ​