3 Arrests Made in NCSU Attempted Armed Robbery
Posted March 23, 2007
Raleigh, N.C. — Three Raleigh teenagers have been charged for their involvement in a shooting at North Carolina State University.
Two students said they were walking across Dan Allen Drive early Thursday morning when several men in a car approached them. A backseat passenger stuck his head out of the window and showed the students a gun, demanding money.
The students ran and told police they heard a gunshot before the car sped away. The students were not injured.
Jonathan Pulley, 17, of 7 North Swain St., and Demetrius Morgan, 18, of 1105 Spaulding St., have each been charged with two counts of attempted armed robbery.
Darius McCalston, 18, of 810 Postell St., has been charged with two counts of attempted armed robbery and one count of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill.
Investigators said the teenagers are not students at the university.