Assault with a deadly weapon

A Dudley man was arrested in connection to a Wednesday afternoon shooting on Banks Avenue.

Goldsboro police officers arrested and charged Kevonne Wells, 21, of Edinborough Lane, Dudley, with one felony count of possession of firearm by a felon, one misdemeanor count of carrying a concealed gun, one misdemeanor count of discharging a firearm inside city limits, one misdemeanor count of driving while license revoked and one misdemeanor count of expired registration on Tuesday.

Police responded to multiple calls regarding shots-fired in the 300 block of Banks Avenue around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to a Goldsboro Police Department investigation report. Some calls referenced a brown car leaving the scene on Banks Avenue.

Officers saw a tan 2002 Nissan Sentra driving at a high speed and conducted a traffic stop, the report reads. Other police officers conducting interviews on Banks Avenue determined that Wells, who was driving the tan Nissan, had an argument with Felicia Kay Lynch, 53, and Tonnae Imani Littleton, 17, both of Quail Drive.

As Wells was leaving Banks Avenue after the argument, he brandished a handgun and shot four times at Littleton and Lynch, the report continues. Officers found the handgun in Wells’ possession during the traffic stop, and he was arrested.

Wells was booked at the Wayne County jail under a $54,000 secured bond.

Shooting into occupied dwelling

Wayne County sheriff’s deputies are investigating a Tuesday morning shooting on Stanley Chapel Church Road.

Deputies responded to a call regarding damages found to Judith Hughley’s windows and walls, which she said were caused from a bullet, according to a Wayne County Sheriff’s Office incident investigation report. Hughley told deputies a loud noise in her house woke her up around 4:30 a.m., but she did not find anything until Tuesday afternoon when she noticed a broken window and a small hole in her curtain.

A hole from a bullet that went straight through the window glass, curtain, living room and kitchen walls was found, the report reads. Deputies also found three other marks on the house’s brickwork. Two shell casings were found at the roadway in front of the house, which matched damages and type of cases found at several other reported incidents.