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911 caller: Cary man shot stepson in chest

Posted July 12, 2011

— Police released the 911 call Tuesday in connection with the death of a 35-year-old Raleigh man, who police say was shot by his stepfather.

Bernard Carree, 61, was charged with first-degree murder and taken to the Wake County jail. 

A woman called 911 around 6:45 p.m. Monday to report that Kamali Shamal Moore had been shot at 320 Hemlock St. in Cary.  She said Moore was her son and that her husband shot him in the chest.

During the 911 call, the woman asked someone in the background, "Where did he get a gun?"

She told dispatchers that, after shooting Moore, her husband went upstairs. She didn't know what he had done with the gun, she told dispatchers.

Moore was taken to WakeMed Hospital, where he died from his wounds.


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  • LILAMIR Jul 21, 2011

    Prayers go out to the family.... I was a (James aka FLAMES & Wanda) GOOD friend to Kamali aka Big AL... And yes he would give the shirt off his back... His favorite words to me was.. WUZ UP CUZIN...LOL... He will be truly MISSED...ALWAYS WITH LOVE, WANDA,SHELBY & LIL ANT... AKA THE TP!!!!!

  • jziboukh Jul 14, 2011

    Prayers and love to Kamali's family.

  • buford Jul 13, 2011

    @jesmyopinion - get a life and move out if you don't like it. These people did not just move to Cary and your comment is ignorant....

  • same ole story Jul 13, 2011

    It's that attitude that people use to criticize Cary residents. That elitist, "not in my backyard" mentality. kikinc Yeah hows the new immigration STATION doing in the VACANT BUILDING!!!!! That is what is giving Cary such a bad name!!

  • same ole story Jul 13, 2011

    They have the wrong "picture" in the box. We are talking about Cary aren't they??????

  • intuit Jul 13, 2011

    @jesmyopinion- Hopefully you learn from the naivety and ignorance you've illustrated in your comment.

  • kikinc Jul 13, 2011

    jesmyopinion-It's that attitude that people use to criticize Cary residents. That elitist, "not in my backyard" mentality. That it couldn't be someone from Cary, but must have been the riff raff. From what I've heard, they also lived in Cary for over 20 years. I suggest you revamp your opinion. I've lived in Cary for 8 years now, yet I don't live in a bubble. Crime happens everyone, even Cary, no matter how long the residents have been there.

  • free2speak Jul 13, 2011

    People realize crime is in every city. Just because it says CARY doesnt mean crime isn't going to happen. Wake up and smell the coffee.

    I agree it is a sad story and my prayers go out to the family.

  • claudnc Jul 13, 2011

    @couleidos... You are certainly correct about Kamali. We worked together in the human service field and he would give his clients the shirt off his back. This is very sad news!

  • bettyboop40 Jul 13, 2011

    continued prayers to you all, try to stay strong Tina