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Two dead, one arrested in Fayetteville shooting

Posted August 5, 2012
Updated August 6, 2012

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— Police on Monday released the names of two men who were found dead in a car in Fayetteville late Sunday.

Fayetteville police officers were dispatched to Gillespie Street near Cambell Avenue about 9 p.m. after someone called 911 to report shots fired and a vehicle accident.

When officers arrived, they found Jamone Lasalle Jacques, 26, of 6200 Block of Yewlene Drive in Fayetteville, and Anthony DeAngelo Aigle, 23, of W. Blue St. in St. Pauls, dead in the vehicle. Both had gunshot wounds, police said.

A Raeford man was arrested in connection with the case. Eric White, 22, of Beltons Loop, was charged with two counts of first-degree murder.

Police have not said how the victims knew each other or whether they knew the suspect.

The case remains under investigation.

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  • Combat MP Aug 7, 2012

    Australia tried the "no one will owe a firearm" policy. Hundreds of thousands of firearms destroyed from Assault weapons to historical hunting rifles.
    How well did it work? Not to good. Violent crime has risen as people can not protect themselves and the criminal element knows it.

  • Fifteeninthemagandoneupthepipe Aug 6, 2012

    RE : Clearly the legislation that we have now, it totally useless [at keeping guns out of criminals hands]. NO politician has the courage to suggest that No One should have a gun, and only that would reduce the murder rate that we have in the USA (yes, of all industrialized nations, USA is Number 1 in murder). Even notice the most common age of the perps? Less than 30. Maybe a simple age restriction of 30 would dramatically reduce the murders among our young immature hot heads?

    Lots of Political Hacks have spoken out that no one should have a gun, Fortunately we are Constitutional Republic and "The Right For The PEOPLE To Keep And Bear Arms" is protected/guaranteed by the Constitution, The Supreme Court has ruled it is and individual right,,, Get over it,,,

    There some insight,,, 30 years old,,, Lets pass a law restricting murder for anyone under 30.

  • mfarmer1 Aug 6, 2012

    not a good neighbourhood, and note that's like two blocks from down town fayetteville. that revitalization that has been going on for what is it now 30+ years, not working...

    I think they should pull in a few bulldozers, and go to town, literally, maybe charge a few dollars to smash a building down, Then put up a wal-mart.

  • Card Player Aug 6, 2012

    Murder is already illegal. Why hasn't that stopped the killing? - rwest134

    Great question. I'm afraid it'll go unanswered by the dolts who would have us all turn in our only line of immediate defense against criminals.

  • JustAName Aug 6, 2012

    "Murder is already illegal. Why hasn't that stopped the killing?" - rwest134

    Nice.
    Guess I'll get some popcorn and wait for a response to this.

  • SportsLover75 Aug 6, 2012

    Making a law that no one can have a gun would not be the answer. There is a law that felons can not have guns yet they still do and as long as they can get their hands on one I want the right to own one for the protection of my family and items that I HAVE WORKED FOR!

  • justabumer Aug 6, 2012

    Murder is already illegal. Why hasn't that stopped the killing?

  • jwjsdj Aug 6, 2012

    This is a Constant Known Drug Area Spot> They Go from there to Cude St and Back continuously.

  • Fifteeninthemagandoneupthepipe Aug 6, 2012

    Laws are only as effective as the power/authority used to enforce them, there are no laws that exist now or any laws which can be written that would/could effectively prevent illegal activity of any kind, with or without the use of guns. For any law to work you have to trust in the people to obey the laws as they are written and then when violated show that there are consequences, laws can only penalize after violation not before, so in their(anti's)minds all laws are ineffective, there is no law that can be effective at it's intention, laws do not/cannot prevent anything from happening, and because some people cannot be trusted to obey such law then they figure all people cannot be trusted, Rule the majority by the actions of the minority? the (anti's) only solution that would in their mind effectively prevent criminals from obtaining firearms is to banish them from the face of the earth.

    Simply put, If guns did not exist criminals could not get them...

    That's the mindset...

  • I know some stuff Aug 6, 2012

    Clearly the legislation that we have now, it totally useless [at keeping guns out of criminals hands].
    NO politician has the courage to suggest that No One should have a gun, and only that would reduce the murder rate that we have in the USA (yes, of all industrialized nations, USA is Number 1 in murder).
    Even notice the most common age of the perps? Less than 30. Maybe a simple age restriction of 30 would dramatically reduce the murders among our young immature hot heads?

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