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Three charged in fatal Fayetteville shooting

Posted October 21, 2011
Updated October 22, 2011

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— Police have arrested two men and one woman in connection with a Wednesday night shooting in Fayetteville that left a 19-year-old dead.

Rajeen McMillan, 19, of Clarksville Court, and Fletcher Terry McLean II, 22, no address available, were arrested Friday have been charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy. They were being held in the Cumberland County Detention Center.

Shauntell Surles was arrested Saturday and charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy. She is also being held in the Cumberland County Detention Center. 

Police responding to a reported shooting at 818 Rembrandt Drive late Wednesday found Guy Leon Mitchell wounded in the home. He was taken to Cape Fear Valley Hospital, where he died.

Investigators haven't released other details of the case, including a possible motive and what evidence linked McMillan and McLean to the crime.


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  • Commen Oct 21, 2011

    Wasted lives by chose

  • eightbal1962 Oct 21, 2011

    Well they will cop to a lesser charge and may spend 2 to 5 yrs in the pokey then be released for good behavior or over crowding or some other ridiculous reason and then they will be available to kill their next victim.

  • wildcat Oct 21, 2011

    What do you think they were hoping to gain?

    Nothing. They thought they were so bad until caught. But prison life is going to teach them what their own parents did not. They will then wish they were free. Life in prison and no parole.

  • wildcat Oct 21, 2011

    Young men should never have excess to a loaded gun. They don't have the training and knowledge in how to use the loaded gun in the right way. May they get their justice in the murder of the 19 year old. Life in prison for both and no parole. There they will learn right from wrong.

  • Rebelyell55 Oct 21, 2011

    Migthy young to ruin their lives like that. What do you think they were hoping to gain?