Police seeking Sunday shooter
Henderson police are looking for the suspect involved in Sunday’s shooting that left two men injured.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Kyshaun Leondree Norrell — the alleged shooter — is asked to contact the Henderson Police Department at (252) 438-4141 or Crime Stoppers at (252) 492-1925.
Crime Stoppers will pay rewards of up to $2,000 for information leading to the arrest or conviction of individuals involved in this matter.
Two Henderson residents were shot around 1:30 p.m. after an altercation happened in the 600 block of West Rockspring Street, according to the Henderson Police Department.
Officers responded to Maria Parham Medical Center where they found Quincy Gregory suffering from a serious gunshot wound.
Gregory, 29, of 426 Ford St., was taken to Maria Parham Medical Center by a private vehicle.
He was later transported to Duke University Hospital.
Lt. Alan Hedgepeth of the Henderson Police Department said his status is not known at this time.
Amil Davis, 33, of 801 Water St., also reported to the hospital suffering from a gunshot wound.
Davis was treated for his injuries and released.
David Ruggles, spokesman at Maria Parham, said the shooting did not take place at the hospital, but the emergency room was placed on lockdown — which is standard procedure in these cases.
He said it was on lockdown for about two hours, from 1:38 to 3:26 p.m.
“That is a routine thing we do whenever we have a situation that may escalate,” he said. “For instance, if there is a gunshot wound patient, and the person who shot him has not been apprehended then obviously that person is still at risk, and the ER would be at risk.”
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