HAVELOCK, N.C. (WNCT) A third suspect wanted in connection with a shooting at Jean’s Place has turned himself in, officials said.
On Monday, the Havelock Police Department, with the assistance of the FBI, the Craven County Sheriff’s Department, and the NC SBI Fugitive and Missing Person Task Force, took fugitive Spencer McKinstry into custody without incident.
The warrant was for assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill.
McKinstry was given a $5,000 bond.
Havelock Police Department continues to actively seek the identity of a third suspect.
The incident was reported at Jean’s Place on East Main Street on February 4 at approxiamtely 10 p.m.
According to Havelock Police Department Chief Marvin Williams, the shooting stemmed from an altercation that occurred inside the establishment.
The altercation continued outside the nightclub where the suspect, Barrett A. Crow of Havelock, shot Malcolm Brown of Greenville.
Brown was found in the roadway with multiple gunshot wounds.
He was sent to Vidant Medical Center and is listed in stable condition.
Crow was charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill and discharging a weapon into an occupied building.
Officials said a nearby building was struck during the shooting.
Crow was sent to the Craven County Sheriff’s Office where he received a $100,000 bond but was released after he bonded out.
Also, police are trying to identify an additional suspect pictured below.
The Havelock Police Department was offering a $750 reward for information leading to the identity and location of the additional suspect.
The third and final suspect was identified as Robert Anthony Deleon of Richlands.
On March 2, Deleon turned himself in at the Craven County Magistrate’s Office in New Bern.
Deleon received a $50,000 bond and was bonded out immediately.