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One in custody, one in hospital after gunfire at Raleigh gas station

Posted August 28, 2013
Updated August 29, 2013

— A man was shot in the leg Wednesday night during a fight outside a convenience store in Raleigh, police said. 

The victim, whose name was not released, was taken to a local hospital. His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

Police said the fight broke out between two people in the parking lot of Fast Fare, at 2401 E. Millbrook Road, shortly before 8:30 p.m.

By 5 a.m. Thursday, police had made an arrest. They did not immediately released the name of the suspect.


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  • bmac813 Aug 30, 2013

    devilish, It's Called Liberalism. If it feels Good Do It. That was their Motto about 40 Years ago.
    Another thing, The Democrats love these type of Stories, The More Gun Crimes the More they can get their GUN CONTROL LAWS PASSED. They know how to work the System.
    Tax the Rich, They are all Rich.
    Feel sorry for the Children being Killed in Syria, BUT give Million's to Planned Parenthood to Kill the Innocent Unborn.
    Tell us that we don't need Vouchers, But than they send their Children to Private Schools. WHY, They are DEMOCRATS SHHHHHHHHHH

  • 678devilish Aug 30, 2013

    function in society

    Its how parents are raising their children today. Its how parents are not being parents to their own children. Many parents are abusers of illegal drugs, alcohol, boy friend/girl friends. In other words these children see to much in the home. Parents should never be a friend to their children, but a parent they should always be. How many parents allow their young adults children to live in their home with their boy/girl friend unmarried?

  • 678devilish Aug 30, 2013

    If the courts would put a harsher punishment on these gun totting people maybe these shooting stories would slow down. Every day someone is shooting and killing. Will it ever end?

  • sllenterprises Aug 30, 2013

    I know this sounds like common sense but why can't people just wake up, function in society, and go home without violence? Is this truly what we have to expect for the rest of our lives-violence everyday? It's sad that I've never seen a day in my life where someone didn't do something against the law at least once!

  • morgynkitten Aug 29, 2013

    Holy nikes... I heard those gunshots last night, while I was outside on my break. I work about 2.5 blocks away.

  • dwntwnboy2 Aug 29, 2013

    Used to work for a Pizza Hut Delivery location next door to this gas station- quit working there when the attendant was murdered one night. Dangerous area indeed and it hasn't gotten any safer from what I'm reading and seeing when I drive around there.

  • Obamacare for everyone Aug 29, 2013

    You couldn't pay me to fill up here.