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Thursday, 9 April 2009

Lycrtis Sutton, 22, of Ray Street, was arrested Tuesday night and charged with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury with intent to k

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Lycrtis Sutton, 22, of Ray Street, was arrested Tuesday night and charged with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury with intent to kill. Police believe he and two men are responsible for shooting Darryl Mullins Jr., 18, in a yard in the 300 block of Dyer Street around 5 p.m. Police have identified one of the other men as Jamil Sylvester Hall, 18, of Liberator Street, and are working to identify the third suspect. Hall has not yet been arrested. Police said the three assailants, who were in a small Ford Ranger pickup, pulled up in the street near Mullins and shot him at least twice, once in the hand and once in the side. Mullins was treated and released from Albemarle Hospital Tuesday evening, police said. Investigator Jerry Boyce would not go into detail about what may have spurred the shooting, but he said that a small-caliber handgun was used in the attack.
Boyce said Sutton is believed by police to be an associate of the Bloods street gang. Hall and the third assailant are believed to be Bloods gang members. Police further believe that the shooting victim is associated in some way with a different gang, Boyce said.

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