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Man shot in southeast Raleigh

Posted November 25, 2012

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— A man suffered non-life-threatening injuries in a shooting in southeast Raleigh late Saturday afternoon, police said.

The shooting happened at the dead end of Carlisle Street. Police said they also received reports of gunshots in the area a half-hour earlier and are trying to determine if the incidents are related.

The victim, whose name wasn't released, is not cooperating with investigators, police said. No arrests have been made.

It's the second shooting on Carlisle Street in the past two months. Jose Antonio Baez, 25, was found dead in his 1113½ Carlisle St. home on Oct. 14. Three men have been charged with murder in his death.

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  • Bill of Rights Nov 27, 2012

    Piene, for once I agree with you. The police need civilian oversight—really meaningful oversight, and not just a token civilian that pays them lip service. It's one of the reasons I hate the idea of the police administering handgun permits, etc. Giving them discretion to reject permits introduces too much latitude for discrimination.

  • piene2 Nov 27, 2012

    "Look at the Mt. Olive police department in Wayne County, busted on targeting hispanics then taking thier cash during the stop.

    and lets add the Zebulon, Durham and Wake county police have been accused and investigated for the same crimes
    NiceNSmooth"

    What is needed are civilian review boards to watch the cops every move.

  • NiceNSmooth Nov 27, 2012

    Look at the Mt. Olive police department in Wayne County, busted on targeting hispanics then taking thier cash during the stop.

    and lets add the Zebulon, Durham and Wake county police have been accused and investigated for the same crimes

  • WageSlave Nov 27, 2012

    Only nine rounds? I am truly surprised that all the NRA Yahoos are not toting machine guns around in violin cases or something like that. Next it will be howitzers in front of their trailers.
    piene2

    Nah, permits/classification cost too much. Im a GOA guy anyway.

  • twatkinsntp Nov 27, 2012

    piene2.....So it couldn't be the fault of this loser that got shot not wanting to co-operate.....he could do somehting about getting an illegal gun off the street.....so that those of us that carry legally would have to worry about another worthless human being breaking into our homes and hurting or killing our families. Wake Up!

  • piene2 Nov 27, 2012

    "Any self respecting permitted conceled carrier would have a semi-auto with a minimum of 9 rounds available. You continue to look for other solutions while you or others are on the recieving end of some "six gun"
    TITAN4X4"

    Only nine rounds? I am truly surprised that all the NRA Yahoos are not toting machine guns around in violin cases or something like that. Next it will be howitzers in front of their trailers.

  • WageSlave Nov 27, 2012

    Any self respecting permitted conceled carrier would have a semi-auto with a minimum of 9 rounds available. Titan4x4

    That goes for any self respecting law abiding open carrier as well.

  • WageSlave Nov 27, 2012

    Not cooperating with police?, can you say guilty any more clearly?pedsrndad

    I would not judge them guily because of this. I do not like cooperating with police because in the past I have found most of them to be arrogant and ignorant of my rights, and I am white.
    Most minorities do not trust the police because they are abused by them. Look at the Mt. Olive police department in Wayne County, busted on targeting hispanics then taking thier cash during the stop.

    Some people just want to keep to themselves.

  • TITAN4X4 Nov 26, 2012

    Piene2

    Any self respecting permitted conceled carrier would have a semi-auto with a minimum of 9 rounds available. You continue to look for other solutions while you or others are on the recieving end of some "six gun"

  • piene2 Nov 26, 2012

    "Piene2, what solution do you propose?
    Mike H"

    Gee, let me see now. When I have a dispute with someone I first discuss the problem. If that does not work, I look for other solutions. What I do not do is whip out a six gun and shoot their guts out. There are always solutions that do not involve six guns.

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