NC - 8 Murders in One Week for NC Town

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  1. Kymistry35

    Kymistry35 It's never to late to be who you could have been

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    http://www.charlotte.com/112/story/425420.html

    Day by day | A deadly week

    Police investigated eight suspicious deaths in the last week. Seven were deemed homicides. Officers are awaiting autopsy results in the eighth case -- a body found in woods in south Charlotte.
    Sunday
    Officers found Moises Aquilar stabbed to death at 2420 Julia Ave. in northern Charlotte. He was pronounced dead at the scene and a warrant was issued for Raymundo Castaneda, 29, who lived in a nearby apartment. Castaneda had not been apprehended by late Saturday.
    Monday
    Officers got calls about shots fired in the area of 2732 Old Steele Creek Road at about 10:30 p.m. They arrived to find 27-year-old Id Jenkins outside a house in his vehicle with several gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
    Tuesday
    At 12:05 Christmas morning, officers responding to a shooting call at 1030 Tara Lane, in the Somerset Apartments complex found Santiago Amaro near an apartment building with several gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators have not released the name of a suspect.
    Thursday
    Kellie S. Owens was found dead inside her home on Meadow Vista Road. Her 2-year-old daughter was found beside her. No suspect has been named..
    Friday
    Tracey Albert McKenzie was found shot to death inside his home at 4717 Potters Glen Road. McKenzie's cousin, Malik Barcel James, was charged with murder.
    Saturday
    Friends found the bodies of two men inside a home on Weyland Avenue, just off Wilkinson Boulevard at about 10:30 a.m. Officers are investigating the case as a double homicide. They say one of the victims lived in the home.
     
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  3. crypto6

    crypto6 New Member

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    Teon:

    I'm asking this assuming you live near CLT and have an insider's purview; anything linking some of these together, i.e. location, gangs, nationality?

    That's a lot of killin's for a week in a moderate sized town.

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    Kymistry35 It's never to late to be who you could have been

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    I actually live on the other side of NC. But I agree that it is a lot of murders for one place. I wonder if they could be gang related?
     
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    philamena Former Member

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    I don't know if the killings are gang related or not but that many murders in one week, in close proximity must be related.
     
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    Beyond Belief New Member

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    Geez, we actually went there and looked at some property south of Charlotte. No way now I would even consider moving there. I don't know what kind of issues are going on there, but no thanks.
    TY for the heads up.
     
  7. crypto6

    crypto6 New Member

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    BB:

    Charlotte is like the Orlando of NC; keep away. However, there are lots of amazing idyllic areas in NC or SC. Look around Boone or Asheville and you’ll find what you are seeking. Some friends are building in the Boone area, very exciting. These areas are a 40 minute drive for me and we go for dinner or just the mountain drive.

    Here’s a ritzy $ite, but there are real values close by, with costs surprisingly low by South Florida standards:

    Hound Ears


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    Kymistry35 It's never to late to be who you could have been

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