Investigators have identified the victim in this case as Decree Shondale Moss, a 22-year-old Statesville resident. He remains hospitalized. Moss is said to be in stable condition and is expected to recover.
UPDATE: Tuesday April 25, 2017 : Norris was arrested in Troutman early this morning just before 2AM at a residence on Avon Ave. Norris was taken before a magistrate where he was served and was given a $400,000 secured bond. He was held at the Iredell County Jail. Tucker has not been located as of this time.
Statesville NC: On Monday afternoon, April 24, 2017, just before 5PM, Statesville Police officers responded to a report of a shooting at a residence in the 300 block of Brevard St.
Upon arrival, officers discovered the victim suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest. Iredell County EMS arrived to treat the victim. EMS then transported the victim directly to Baptist Hospital for further treatment.
SPD Officers secured the crime scene and began talking with neighbors.
SPD Investigators also responded to the scene to investigate the shooting. One SPD Investigator rode with the victim to Baptist in order to gather further details from the victim. Other Investigators processed the crime scene in front of the residence as well as inside the victim’s home. The victim reported that the two suspects, who were known to the victim, attempted to rob him, a struggle ensued, and the victim was ultimately shot. The victim’s name has not been released at this time.
As a result of the investigation at this point, Warrants have been obtained for 2 suspects in this case. Warrants for Assault W/ Deadly Weapon W/ Intent to Kill Inflicting serious injury, and attempted Armed Robbery were obtained for:
Jiceri Sankwan Tucker, B/M, 20, of Statesville NC
Tykeydris Markee Latwan Norris, B/M, 18, of Statesville NC
The suspects have not been arrested as of the time of this release. Anyone with further information regarding this case, or information as to the whereabouts of these suspects are asked to contact Statesville Police at 704-878-3406, or Iredell Crime-Stoppers at 704-662-1340. Callers can remain anonymous.
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