Man Fatally Shot Across The UNC Charlotte Street Day After Campus Shooting

Updated On 02 May, 2019 Published On

A man was killed after a man opened fire at an apartment complex across the street from UNCC Charlotte on Wednesday, April 1, just a day after two students died in a shooting on the campus.

According to the police, the latest shooting is not connected to the deadly attack at the University of North Carolina - Charlotte.

According to a Fox 46 report, the police stated that the incident happened after an argument at a neighborhood pool.

The Washington Post reported that police said at a press conference that there are no threats to students to the school.

As previously reported, two people, namely Riley Howell, 21, and Ellis Parlier, 19, were killed when a former UNCC student opened fire at the campus on Tuesday, April 30.

Four others were injured during the tragic incident. Sources report that three injured people are in critical condition while one is suffering from non-life threatening injuries.

The suspect, identified as Trystan Andrew Terrell, 22, was arrested within minutes. He is currently facing charges of two counts of murder, four counts of attempted murder and many other charges.

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