Kinston police make arrests in numerous cases

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The Kinston Police Department sent out a news release Tuesday detailing arrests in a number of open cases. 


Gary Paul Varnell of Farmville was arrested on April 27. He was charged with obtaining property by false pretense on two separate occasions at Neuse Sport Shop. He was served an arrest warrant at the Pitt County Detention Center, where his is currently incarcerated on an unrelated matter.


Nicholas K. Jackson of Kinston was charged on Monday with filing a false report to a police station.

On April 26, 2018, officers from the Kinston Police Department responded to UNC-Lenoir in reference to a subject who had been shot. 

Jackson told officers he was walking in the area of the 200 block of E. Daniels Street when an unknown subject shot him in the upper leg.  

Officers investigated the incident and said Jackson had actually shot himself accidentally in the leg.


Keith Parker of Kinston was arrested in Wayne County by officers from the Kinston Police Department and the U.S. Marshal Service in connection to a shooting.

On April 22, Kinston police responded to 801 N. McLewean Street in reference to a subject shot in the legs.  

Darryl Scott Koonce was treated at UNC-Lenoir for non-life-threatening gunshot wounds and released.

Parker was charged with possession of firearm by felon, assault with a dangerous weapon inflicting serious injury, and robbery with a dangerous weapon. 

Parker was placed in the Lenoir County Detention Center under a $140,000 secured bond.


Marcus Parker of Kinston was arrested in Wayne County and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon inflicting serious injury, and robbery with a dangerous weapon.  

Police did not specify what crime Parker was involved in. On Tuesday, he was placed in the Lenoir County Detention Center under a $100,000 secured bond.


On April 23, 2018, officers from the Kinston Police Department responded to 304 S. Davis Street in reference to a robbery of a person.  

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the victim who had been severely beaten by several male subjects.  According to the victim, she was selling a cell phone to a subject when she was attacked and robbed. 

The victim was transported to UNC-Lenoir where she received treatment and was released.   

Arrest warrants for Antwajuane J. McNeil, of LaGrange and Keith A. Parker of Kinston were obtained.

On Monday 2018, Kinston police officers and the U.S. Marshal Service located and arrested Antwajuane J. McNeil and Keith A. Parker at separate locations.  

McNeil and Parker were charged with kidnapping, robbery, assault inflicting serious injury and larceny in connection to the robbery..  

McNeil was placed in the Lenoir County Detention Center under a $750,000 secured bond and Parker was placed in the Lenoir County Detention Center under a $140,000 secured bond.  

Parker also faces charge sin the N. McLewean Street shooting.


Kinston police also released information regarding a shooting in which they say the victim will not cooperate.

Officers from the Kinston police responded to the 800 block of W. Highland Avenue on April 22.  

When officers arrived, the victim had already been taken to UNC-Lenoir with non-life-threatening injuries to his back shoulder.  

The victim in the case, a 23 year old male, refused to cooperate with the investigation and advised officers he didn’t wish to assist officers with the case.  

Witnesses couldn’t provide any suspect information in the case. 


Police responded to the intersection of S. McDaniels Street and E. Bright Street on April 19 in reference to a subject shot in the upper leg.  

The 16-year-old male was transported to Vident Medical Center in Greenville for a non-life-threatening injury to his leg.  

Upon further investigation, officers learned that the victim shot himself accidently.  Charges in the case are pending. 


Alterick Herring of Kinston was arrested and charged in a break-in that happened Sunday.

On April 29, 2018, Kinston police officers responded to breaking and entering at Richard Green Apartments.  

Upon arrival, resident told officers Herring broke into her residence and assaulted her as well as a 32-year-old man. 

The man was unconscious and suffering from a severe assault.  He was transported to UNC-Lenoir and later to Vidant Medical Center, where he was treated and later released. 
 

Alterrick Herring was taken into custody at the scene and charged with Assault on a Female, Interfere with an Emergency Communication, Felony Breaking and Entering, Assault with a Deadly Weapon Inflicting Serious Injury, and Assault by Strangulation.  

Herring was placed in Lenoir County Detention Center under a $500,000 secured bond.


Three men were arrested and charged in a shooting and robbery on March 17. 

On March 17, 2018, Officers from the Kinston Police Department responded to the 2400 block of N. Herritage Street in reference to shots fired in the area.  

Officers arrived in the area and upon further investigation; the victim had been robbed and shot at.

On March 18, members from the U.S. Marshal Service located and arrested Jamel M. Vaughn in LaGrange.

On April 16, 2018, members from the U.S. Marshal Service located and arrested JaQuan Sutton in Huntsville, Alabama.  JaQuan Sutton is currently awaiting extradition to North Carolina.  

On Tuesday, members from the U.S. Marshal Service located and arrested Corey Sutton in Atlanta, Georgia.  Corey Sutton is currently awaiting extradition to North Carolina.
 

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