At 11:19 p.m. on Wednesday, the Roanoke Rapids Police Department responded to 313 and 315 Madison streets in reference to shots fired, resulting in a subject sustaining a gunshot wound. An occupied residence was also struck.
The Criminal Investigation Division conducted a thorough investigation and determined 18-year-old Jeffery Long Harrison Jr., 19-year-old Angelica Maria Dominquez Tejas and 18-year-old Jarvonte Leron Green were responsible for the shooting, according to a press release. Investigator D. Moore established probable cause to obtain warrants on the subjects for attempted murder, assault with deadly weapon intent to kill serious injury, shooting into an occupied dwelling and felony conspiracy.
According to the release, the victim from the gunshot wound is in stable condition and recovering. The victims from the residence did not sustain any injuries.
Jeffery Long Harrison and Angelica Maria Dominquez Tejas have been apprehended without incident and received a $150,000 secured bond with a court date scheduled for Aug. 4 at the Halifax County Courthouse. Jeffery Long Harrison Sr., 46, of Roanoke Rapids, was also charged in this case for resist delay and obstruct for delaying the investigation. He was apprehended without incident and received a $1,000 unsecured bond with a court date scheduled for Aug. 4 at the Halifax County Courthouse.
Green is considered to be armed and dangerous. Anyone with information on Green’s whereabouts is urged to contact law enforcement: RRPD, 252-533-2810; Investigator Sgt. Gorton Williams, 252-533-2823; or Halifax County Crime Stoppers, 252-583-4444.