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Two shot in Kinston apartment complex

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KINSTON, N.C. -

The Kinston Police Department says two men were shot at Kinston apartment complex late last night.

Police responded to a call at approximately 11:59 Saturday night, that multiple people had been shot at Carver Courts apartments on Bright St. in Kinston.

Kinston Police Patrol Commander Dilday says when they arrived, they found two men suffering from gun shot wounds.

Ricky Earle Davis, 26 of Kinston, was transported to Lenoir Memorial Hospital and was released after treatment. Miguel Wingate, 22 of Kinston, suffered from a single gun shot wound, and was taken to Lenior Memorial Hospital. He was flown to Vidant Medical Center. Patrol Commander Dilday says he spoke to the victim's family members, who say he's doing okay.

Police say they have developed suspect information, and are working on leads in this case. They say it appears to have been an isolated incident, between acquaintances, and is not an ongoing danger to the community.

9 On Your Side will bring you more information as it becomes available.


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