Four charged in Greenville gun battle
Posted August 7, 2008
Greenville, N.C. — Greenville police have arrested four men they believe were involved in a shoot-out in November 2007.
On Nov. 2, police found the body of Terrance Carlnell Vines, 21, in the 1900 block of Kennedy Circle. Officers recovered a handgun near his body.
Investigators believe that Vines and two other men exchanged shots in a gun battle with brothers Jamal and Joshua Nobles. It is unclear who fired the shot that killed Vines.
Jamal and Joshua Nobles were both charged last fall with possession of a firearm by a felon.
James Zevantron Johnson and Ricky Donyea Barnhill were both charged with first-degree murder. They are being held at the Pitt County Detention Center.