2 People Shot By Durham Officer Arrested On Multiple Charges
Posted November 4, 2006
DURHAM, N.C. — Two people injured by a Durham police officer in a department store parking lot Friday are now facing several assault and prescription fraud charges.
Durham police said Mickel Mobley and his wife Kimberly tried to fill a fake prescription at a SuperTarget on Renaissance Parkway early Friday afternoon. Investigators said the officer shot them in the parking lot as they attempted to flee.
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Both were treated for minor injuries and released to police.
Mickel Mobley was charged with assault with a deadly weapon on a government official and resisting a public officer, police said. Kimberly Mobley was charged with obtaining a controlled substance by fraud or forgery.
Mickel Mobley was released on $25,000 bond late Friday night. Kimberly Mobley remains in jail pending extradition to Virginia on a warrant for obtaining a controlled substance by fraud or forgery.