Early Sunday Morning Shooting at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina Leaves One Dead & One Injured (Update: Suspected Gunman is Jarrett Jerome Moore)(Update: Deceased Victim ID’s as 19 year old Anthony White Junior)
THERE HAS BEEN ANOTHER SHOOTING AT A SOFT TARGET COLLEGE CAMPUS …
Breaking News over night is that there has been a shooting at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina. The shooting happened at about 1:20 a.m. in Lot W near Wilson Hall and Gleason-Hairston Terrace. The police received a call from the school’s campus police around 1:20 a.m. Winston-Salem city police are assisting campus police with an investigation. One student is reported dead and another student has been injured in the shooting on Homecoming Weekend. The suspected gunman is said to be 21 year old Jarrett Jerome Moore, who is not to believed to be a student. The University is current on lock-down following the shooting.
It appears we have another college shooting where the suspect was not a part of the school.
One person died and another was injured in a shooting on the campus of Winston-Salem State University, the school said. Both are believed to be students at the university.
“The suspected gunman is not believed to be a current student. The campus has been cleared; the gunman has not been apprehended,” said spokesman Aaron Singleton.
Singleton named Jarrett Jerome Moore as the suspect.
Police received a call from the school’s campus police around 1:20 a.m. Winston-Salem city police are assisting campus police with an investigation.
UPDATE I: Lockdown has been lifted at approximately 4:50 AM.
Winston-Salem State University officials placed the campus under lockdown for hours Sunday morning after a deadly shooting.
Anthony White Junior, 19, of Charlotte, was killed and another person was injured in the homecoming weekend shooting.
Officials are searching for Jarrett Jerome Moore, 21, in connection to the case. Police do not believe Moore is a current student.
In August, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police arrested Moore on charges of disorderly conduct and resisting a public officer.
If anyone has any information about Moore’s whereabouts should contact campus police at 336-750-2900. The university has also opened a call center at 336-750-2000 for inquiries into the shooting.