Four Arrested In Connection With Sampson County Homicide
Posted July 26, 2004
GARLAND, N.C. — The Sampson County Sheriff's Office has arrested four men in connection with a fatal shooting at a nightclub over the weekend.
responded to a report of shots fired at Club Annettes located at 3460 Lisbon Bridge Road in Garland, NC around 5:30 AM on July 25, 2004. Deputies intercepted a vehicle containing a shooting victim, who later died at Sampson Regional Medical Center. The deceased is identified as Dwayne King, a black male with a 08/13/1978 date of birth.
Detectives from the Sampson County Sheriffs Office are currently investigating the case. Warrants for first-degree murder have been issued for two suspects, they are:
Orenthal James McIntyre (Alias: OJ McIntyre) Black/Male HGT: 53 WGT: 120 EYES: Brown HAIR: Black
Jerris Andre Spearman (Alias: Dre Spearman) Black/Male HGT: 60 WGT: 189 EYES: Brown HAIR: Black
Jerris Andre Spearman, was sent to UNC Medical Center in Chapel Hill, NC for wounds received during the shooting. Hospital officials released Mr. Spearman before notifying the Sampson County Sheriffs Office.
Detectives are also seeking a person of interest in regard to the homicide for questioning, who is identified as:
Timothy Beatty (Alias: Timbo Beatty) Black/Male HGT: 60 WGT: 168 EYES: Brown HAIR: Black
Bruce Jordan Spencer, Jr., turned himself in to Sampson County Sheriffs Office personnel on July 25, 2004 around 7:00 PM. Mr. Spencer was charged with first-degree murder and is currently in the Sampson County Detention Center without bond.
The suspects were last seen operating a late 80s tan Oldsmobile or Chevrolet Caprice passenger vehicle.
Investigators from the Sampson County Sheriffs Office are currently investigating the case. Anyone with information relating to the homicide/shooting is encouraged to call the Sampson County Sheriffs Office at (910) 592-4141