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Shooting in Goldsboro leaves one dead

Posted May 31, 2012

— A 23-year-old Goldsboro man died late Wednesday after being shot in the 600 block of West Holly Street around 11 p.m., authorities said. 

Goldsboro police responded to a call about a shooting and found Delinado Alijuwon Miller, of the 800 block of W. Oak Street, dead at the scene. 

Investigators haven't released other details about the case, such as a possible motive or a description of a suspect.

Anyone with information about the shooting should call 919-580-4213 or Crime Stoppers at 919-735-2255.


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  • theroadislong May 31, 2012

    I used to live 2 blocks from where this shooting happened. There have been 3 recent shooting deaths in Goldsboro and all of them happened around this area. I'm so glad that I moved away. These days I don't even feel comfortable driving through this area, it just keeps getting worse and worse.

  • dae66 May 31, 2012

    Clean up parts of Goldsboro or it's going to get worse!

  • charmcclainlovesdogs2 May 31, 2012

    How old was the person that shot this young man?

  • charmcclainlovesdogs2 May 31, 2012

    A loaded gun in the wrong hands. Young men loosing their life at at very young age. Their life has not really begun and now its has ended. Wake up parents and see why your sons if carrying around loaded guns?

  • heelbilly May 31, 2012

    as long as its blacks killing blacks it gose unnoticed by the media .....

  • fan4life May 31, 2012

    It will probably go unsolved like all the other senseless murders in Goldsboro. GPD can't solve murders but if u sell drugs or sell guns they will get you!!!

  • harleysfather60 May 31, 2012

    Standard press release and nothing more.

  • wildpig777 May 31, 2012

    wheres willie barber marching in the streets demanding that black on black violence cease? now theres a real world agenda he can set his sights on. fact o the matter is the naalcp is more concerned about marriage admenmants// controversy// and getting headlines than --doing actual good in the community. i doubt wral will have the journalistic courage to print this.