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Three arrested after Raleigh shooting

Posted November 13, 2011

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— Three men were arrested Sunday after an early morning shooting in Raleigh that left one man injured, police said.

The shooting took place 4005 New Bern Ave. around 2:30 a.m. Responding officers found Frank Brandon Black, 38, outside that address with a gunshot wound to the left shoulder.

Black was taken to WakeMed and is expected to recover.

Raleigh police broadcast a description of a white vehicle believed to be involved in the shooting. A short time later, Knightdale police stopped the vehicle and arrested three men inside.

Eduardo Gutierrez Colon, 31, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury, carrying a concealed weapon and possession of cocaine. Pedro Estra Arroyo, 34, and Jesus Arroyo, 18, were charged with possession of cocaine.

All three were taken to the Wake County jail.

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  • ICTrue Nov 15, 2011

    "legal or not he should be treated fair." laflaca0929

    This is America, he will be treated much more fairly than if he were illegal in any other country and broke the law. Not that he deserves it.

  • ICTrue Nov 15, 2011

    " NC is changing, and mostly for the better as educated, forward-thinking progressives come in as well.

    You can always move to rural Wyoming." Chairman of the Bored

    You mean the Mexican drug cartels, anarchists, the "occupy" crowd? Are those the forward-thinking progressives that you are talking about? Well I have news for you, real Americans are getting fed up with this garbage and things are about to change. Conservatives will win out in the end, as always. We just don't make all the noise and stench and leave a trail of garbage and destruction like you "forward-thinking progressives" so it might not be so easy for you to recognize.

  • Rebelyell55 Nov 14, 2011

    That man was a good man just got up with the wrong people that night. He was a family man he worked and took care of his family. legal or not he should be treated fair.
    laflaca0929
    November 14, 2011 4:56 p.m....I'm sure he and the others will be. Fairly reviewed, tried, and if guilty time and deported. Won't working or taking care of the family in a legal manner, was he?

  • laflaca0929 Nov 14, 2011

    What are they doing to the people that shot the car?
    Or do they get of with just a slap on the wrist and no
    charges. America is suppose to be a free country.
    Justice for all. That man was a good man just got up
    with the wrong people that night. He was a family man
    he worked and took care of his family. legal or not
    he should be treated fair.

  • rlee1117 Nov 14, 2011

    has ICE gotten involved yet?

  • dryjr Nov 14, 2011

    nothing goo happens at 2:30 am in Raleigh.

  • Rebelyell55 Nov 14, 2011

    I know, that this segment of the population are becoming better educated and have more political and societal influence than the shrinking white population.... I guess these three are the example you wanted all to see. yes NC is changing but for the better is highly debateble.

  • cantstandya Nov 14, 2011

    still1," I neither fear or hate these people as you call them,what I do fear is those like you that fail to see the criminal element that has been injected into our society by them and the inability of our own government to see them as another form of a terrorist group that hides their movement and gang related activities from exposure by claiming racial pregudice everytime their criminal acts are deteceted,cocaine is not a home grown in America product yet is a source of income for cartels who have many members living here dealing their product under the disguise of being legal,yet their documents have been furnished by the same cartels that employ them,your defensive comments make one wonder what your own agenda is.

  • Rebelyell55 Nov 14, 2011

    see, you have just pointed out why these people are so hated/feared
    still 1of theOriginalAmericans
    November 14, 2011 12:36 p.m.
    Only an opinion, and certainly no fact to back it up. As for fear, it's the liberal minded, who fail to understand the problem, let alone address it, that people should fear. If you don't think the drug cartel and it's influence won't be a factor in your life, your also part of the problem.

  • NiceNSmooth Nov 14, 2011

    I know, that this segment of the population are becoming better educated and have more political and societal influence than the shrinking white population. NC is changing, and mostly for the better as educated, forward-thinking progressives come in as well.

    see, you have just pointed out why these people are so hated/feared

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