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Alleged Walmart shooter back in Pitt County

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The man accused in Greenville’s Walmart mass shootings is back in Pitt County. 

Detention officers tell 9 on Your Side Lakim Faust was transferred Friday from Central Prison in Raleigh to the Pitt County Detention Center.  He was in Central Prison for medical reasons. 

The 23-year-old is now under a $6,000,000 secured bond. 

On June 21st, Greenville Police say Faust shot one person outside the Kellum Law Firm and then shot three other people in the parking lot of the Walmart on Greenville Boulevard. 

He’s charged with four counts of attempted first degree murder. 

Court documents say the shootings were racially or religiously motivated. 

Faust is due in court in February.
  
 

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