FREMONT — Three suspects were arrested and charged with first-degree murder in the deadly Saturday shooting of a 43-year-old Fremont man.
On Saturday, Fremont police responded to a shots-fired call in the area of 402 S. Goldsboro St. in Fremont around 10 p.m. Upon arrival, officers found Nacarsa Ronyell Ford suffering from multiple gunshot wounds and began administering first aid. Emergency services pronounced Ford dead when they arrived on scene.
Dequinta Laquell Horne, 26, of 155 Ivey Lane, Pikeville, Tyheim Pitt, 26, of 4142 Corbett Circle, Farmville, and Brandon Lee Williams, 31, of 2701 Billy Francis Drive, Goldsboro, were arrested and charged with first-degree murder in the days following the shooting.
Officers arrested Williams Sunday. Horne was arrested Monday, and Pitt was arrested Tuesday.
Fremont Police Chief Paul Moats confirmed the three suspects who were arrested are friends of each other and are acquaintances of Ford. Moats said more charges are expected, as part of an ongoing investigation by Fremont police. Moats said he could not provide any futher details regarding the investigation or the shooting.
Both Pitt and Horne were charged with one count of first-degree murder. They were transported to the Wayne County jail and are being held without bond.
Williams is charged with first-degree murder and resisting, delaying and obstructing. He was transported to the Wayne County jail and is also being held without bond.
Anyone with additional information about the homicide can contact the Fremont Police Department at 919-242-5151.