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Fayetteville police ID one suspect, seek others in fatal shooting

Posted August 1, 2012

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— Fayetteville police released four surveillance images on Wednesday showing several men who are suspected of shooting two people Tuesday afternoon.

They identified one of the men as Stanley Armando Generette, 30, who has listed addresses on Walker Street and Kaywood Drive.

Arrest warrants have been issued for Generette on first-degree murder, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury and robbery with a dangerous weapon charges, police said.

He was not in custody as of Wednesday evening.

Around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, two men were shot between two businesses on Ramsey Street, and one of the victims died from his injuries.

Shukri Al Gahim was inside his tobacco store, near the intersection with Rosehill Road, when he heard "a lot of gunshots." Then, he said, one of the victims came into his store looking for help.

"He was shot two times. He came in and ran behind the counter," Al Gahim said.

The other victim tried to flee in his car, but crashed a short time later. 

Anyone who can identify the men in the photos should call the Fayetteville Police Department at 910-433-1856 or Crime Stoppers at 910-483- TIPS.

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  • ims1924 Aug 2, 2012

    I don't think that the comments on this story are racist. The comments are about the the violence and deaths that these young men cause by their actions. It just so happens that the majority are black.

  • Alexia.1 Aug 2, 2012

    "It's also pathetic to see that the thinly veiled racist comments still poison this comments area" --realcloak

    What's perhaps more unfortunate is the fact that so much of the violent crime is done by black people in NC and such a large percentage of those arrested every day are black, while black people are the minority. That's not a racial comment, but a statement of fact.

    I agree the racist undertones are unfortunate, but when you see stories like this in the news all the time and when you see that 68.75% of those arrested in Wake County on Aug 1 were black, what do you expect?

    The act in this story demonstrate a total and utter disregard for human life.

  • realcloak Aug 2, 2012

    This is truly, truly heartbreaking. Seems like about once a month or so, when I want to see the news from back home (I live in Minnesota now), I see someone I grew up with either murdered, wanted, or arrested. Stan was a quiet kid, devout christian, or so I thought. It's also pathetic to see that the thinly veiled racist comments still poison this comments area and North Carolina as a whole like a spiders venom. So glad I left that please

  • Gunny the Racist Aug 2, 2012

    devilpride...IT's important to read the amendment. It actually states that the GOVERNMENT can not INFRINGE on the right to bear arms. The right is and has always been there and the amendment states that the government can not take that away. Thats a very important distinction.

    I think that first guy pictured actually walked into my office yesterday afternoon looking for help working on a cell phone??? I'm in downtown Fayetteveille. Note to criminals, we are a gun supporting and carrying company.

  • SFSOLDIER Aug 1, 2012

    Let's see how much they are laughing when the law catches up to them. These clowns need to spend the rest of their miserable lives in the "can."

  • awr117 Aug 1, 2012

    their

  • Workingrepublican Aug 1, 2012

    It's right to bear arms, unless you're talking about naked arms

    Obamacare....Thanks for correcting me on that....Maybe you can send the White House a few emails and correct all there mistakes. So again appreciate it!!!

  • same ole story Aug 1, 2012

    I WAS HOPING FOR SOME SURPRISES HERE BUT JUST MORE OF THE "SAME 'OLE SAME OLE..." THEIR MOTHERS MUST BE PROUD THEY FIANALLY MADE THE HEADLINES!!!!!

  • Obamacare Aug 1, 2012

    It's right to bear arms, unless you're talking about naked arms.

  • bushido2298 Aug 1, 2012

    If the Fayetteville PD try to capture these guys the NAACP will just step in and call it "Racial Profiling" thats why it's a haven for criminals, they know nothing will come from this, thats why they laugh at the law. "special interest groups" put pressure on the Police, in turn the Police are forced to capitulate so they stay "politically correct", thats garbage, let the police do their jobs and allow law abiding citizens live in a neighborhood where they don't need body armor to go to the mailbox. Nice extentions fellas, remember when you made fun of girls for getting them??? Stereotypical SMH

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