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Second suspect turns self in after man stabbed, shot

JACKSONVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) - The two men wanted in connection to a shooting and stabbing in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon have turned themselves in to police. 

The Jacksonville Police Department said that Kevin Ty Jamall Travis turned himself in to police early Tuesday morning, while Marquis Hodges Jr. turned himself in Tuesday afternoon. 

Travis was sent to the Onslow County Jail under $150,000 bond, and Hodges was given a $125,000 bond. 

Officers responded to a call at 3:25 p.m. to find a car in a ditch on Liberty Drive, which is near the intersection of Western Boulevard and Highway 24.

When officers arrived, they found 27-year-old Trevell Bowen of Wilmington in his car with a gunshot and stab wounds.

Bowen was taken to Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune for his injuries and has since been released.

The investigation is still ongoing.

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Jacksonville police are looking for two men in connection to a shooting and stabbing Sunday afternoon.

Officers responded to a call at 3:25 p.m. to find a car in a ditch on Liberty Drive, which is near the intersection of Western Boulevard and Highway 24.

When officers arrived, they found 27-year-old Trevell Bowen of Wilmington in his car with a gunshot and stab wounds.

Bowen was taken to Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune for his injuries and has since been released.

Jacksonville police determined a second vehicle with two suspects had left the scene.

Investigators are currently looking for 20-year-old Marquis Hodges and 18-year-old Kevin Jamall Travis.

Police consider this an isolated incident with no current threat to the public's safety.

If you have any information about the suspects you are asked to call the Jacksonville Police Department at (910) 938-6464 or Crime Stoppers at (910) 938-3273.

Crime Stoppers is offering an award of $2,500 for any information deemed valuable by law enforcement.


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