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Arrest made in Raleigh homicide

Posted November 3, 2010
Updated November 4, 2010

— A Raleigh man has been charged with murder in connection with death of a 24-year-old man, police said Wednesday.

Maahir Sallah Muhammed, 29, faces charges of first-degree murder in the death of Clarence Jamel Blossom, 24, of Raleigh.

Officers found Blossom dead outside a home in the 200 block of Colleton Road last Friday morning.  Police have not commented on the cause of Blossom's death or a possible motive in the case.

Despite Muhammed's arrest, the investigation is ongoing, police said.

Anyone with information that might assist detectives in this investigation should call Raleigh Crime Stoppers at 919-834-4357. Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards for tips that help solve cases.

Muhammed was placed in the Wake County jail and scheduled to appear in court Thursday morning.

State Department of Corrections show that he has a string of drug-related convictions dating from the late 1990s and early 2000s.


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  • Bartmeister Nov 5, 2010

    Bagged another...................................

    gmuny33 - you bring a knife to a gun fight with your weak and worthless comments, which by the way are nothing more than a repeat of other's words. No more replying to you Junior. Where's your mug shot? Bwahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!

  • gmuny33 Nov 4, 2010

    I enjoyed it too!

  • White E Nov 4, 2010

    I have really enjoyed reving you up today.Come on down for dinner some time.Look for the old oak tree on the corner turn right go 2 miles be looking for the green pick up on blocks next to the trailer house.SMILE

  • gmuny33 Nov 4, 2010

    I knew you lived in Johnston county from the 1st post. While you are there with your hoody on with the eyes cut out, take some of the moonshine and save it for the sherrif, that lets you make it and sell it. You will get a free lawyer too, but then again, realizing your race, you will never be stopped, surely not prosecuted, and never convicted. One day those like you will realize the meaning of profiling, but then again, just listen to yourself or read your own words. Don't toot the horn, I won't hear you that far behind me.:-)

  • White E Nov 4, 2010

    Dont worry he will get a free lawyer and free trip to the fun house.I will tut my horn as im riding by on the way to Johnson co.

  • gmuny33 Nov 4, 2010

    But you would look at me, and judge me, while not knowing I could tell you where to dress that moped up better, and some nice bike roads to air that thang out. Suzuki M109R, surprise!!!! Rider since 2002.

  • White E Nov 4, 2010

    Im impressed that you know what a v-twin is,you aint so half bad after all.

  • gmuny33 Nov 4, 2010

    Yes, the street crooks are taking all the hard knocks, but you will continue to not see the wrongs of the top of the crime chain, until it comes knocking on your door, or knocking down your door. Ride off in the sunset on your tri-cycle, and never be heard from again. Crime is crime, but money regulates the conviction and avoids the prosecution.

  • gmuny33 Nov 4, 2010

    OH yeah V-Twin, take that Harley or whatever moped you are driving, and get some wind thru your ears and clear out that hate. Their Escalade for your big, dirty trucks with the gun rack in the back. Are your saddle bags on that moped as full of it as you seem to be?

  • gmuny33 Nov 4, 2010

    Yeah V-Twin, they are entitled, because the other group is behind the corruption of ABC boards, infiltration of the drugs they are accused of selling, and the guns they use during the sell of those same drugs or any other crime. When you're at the top of the crime chain, you send those in the bottom to jail while you continue to flourish and damage our young. What group is to blame?