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Teen charged in shooting of six at Goldsboro party

Posted June 15, 2011

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— Police said Tuesday that they have arrested a second suspect and expect to make more arrests in connection with the shooting of six people during a party a Goldsboro apartment in May.

Shavaye Faronte Brooks, 16, of 204 S. Kornegay St. in Goldsboro, was charged Monday with six counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury and 10 counts of discharging a weapon into occupied property. He was given a $1.55 million secured bond.

Tremaine Malik Lane, 18, of 102 Royal Drive in Dudley, faces the same charges in connection with the May 22 shooting, as well as one count of larceny of a firearm stemming from a separate incident. He's being held under a $1.5 million secured bond.

Police said that gunshots were fired into the apartment of Raimonte Walls, 21, at 404 N. George St., as he was holding a party. Bullets struck Walls, a 15-year-old boy, two 16-year-old girls, a 19-year-old woman and a 21-year-old man.

Police said they are continuing to investigate the case and asked anyone with information to call investigators at 919-580-4217 or Crime Stoppers at 919-735-2255. Crime Stoppers gives cash rewards to anonymous tips that solve crimes.

Brooks had recent run-ins with the law, police said. He was arrested on April 5 on two counts of breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering and possession of stolen goods.

He was released under an $8,000 secured bond but was re-arrested June 8 for violating the conditions of his pre-trial release, police said. He was put in the Wayne County jail under a $16,000 secured bond.

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  • sunshine11 Jun 15, 2011

    Who keeps bailing these people out of jail? Let them stay in, serve time and save your money!!! They have no place on the streets to continue to terrorize others!!!

  • EZeegoing Jun 15, 2011

    Looks like two fine outstanding examples of today's lost generation. Best I can say for Mr. Shavaye Faronte Brooks and Mr. Tremaine Malik Lane is get used to life in the jailhouse, you have no place in civilized society.

  • braddavis Jun 15, 2011

    mlentz, true......so true

  • Mr. D3 Jun 15, 2011

    Early enough into their criminal careers to be back on the streets attempting to kill others before they're old enough to even vote. Kudos to all the great parents out there letting society try to clean up the mess they never even began to care about. And leave it to a sympathetic judge/jury to feel sorry for these kids and let them out on parole after a few months.

  • cantstandya Jun 15, 2011

    When they look at the statistics and people wonder why the ratio of one group has a higher rate of death row inmates than another heres your sign,they get started earlier and are let off the hook only to come back later in life and do it again without fear of the law since they were let loose the first time.

  • Old-Guy Jun 15, 2011

    Goldsboro, Fayetteville and Durham = Wild Wild West.

  • Desiderata Jun 15, 2011

    Motto of the story..if arrested..PUT IN JAIL AND THROW AWAY THE KEYS.. THE CURRENT JUSTICE SYSTEM IS TOO EASY ON THEM !

  • ORMA Jun 15, 2011

    What is this world coming to?

  • djcgriffin Jun 15, 2011

    OMG they are so young :(

  • Praisegod Jun 15, 2011

    I hope all recover and that they throw the book at Brooks who should have stayed in jail after violating his first arrest. Just put them back on the street to commit more severe crimes, yep our justice system back at work again.....

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