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DUNN: Man shot after shooting on New Year's Eve

Police seek Dunn man after New Year's shooting

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ERWIN, N.C. -

A Dunn man is charged with shooting a man in Erwin man sometime after midnight on New Year's Eve, according to the Harnett County Sheriff's Office.

The incident happened on Bunnlevel Erwin Road in Erwin, where Marcus Dante McNeill, 37, of Erwin was shot and taken to Betsy Johnson Memorial Hospital.

Early Wednesday morning, warrants were obtained for Derrick McNeill, 28, of Dunn. Derrick McNeill is charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury. Authorities were still looking for him as of Wednesday afternoon.

The victim was later air lifted to another medical facility. The Sheriff's Office did not know if the suspect and victim are related.

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