A 32-year-old black veteran and three fathers were shot dead in Fayetteville, North Carolina. This week, a road rage conflict between a white father and his son on a pickup truck ended, and motorcyclists were shot in the chest.
Stephen Addison was shot by 51-year-old Roger Dale Nobles Senior when Biker discussed with Roger Dale Nobles Jr. on Monday, January 3rd.
Police state Nobles Sr. fired at Addison from the driver’s seat inside the 1992 Chevrolet pickup after his son got out of the car to confront Addison at the traffic light.
Bystanders shot a video of the showdown and sent it to the local station WRAL. The footage shot from a distance shows only Noble Jr. standing outside the passenger seat side of the truck and walking towards Addison. When the shotgun explosion comes from the pickup, the two appear to be in dispute. The video does not record the discussion.
After Addison falls to the ground from the blast, Nobles Jr. leaves without helping him.
Police and Sheriff Cumberland County Sheriff’s agents later placed Nobles Senior at home. After presenting him a warrant, he and his son were arrested. Nobles Sr. admitted to Addison’s shooting, officials said.
One neighbor said, “They handcuffed them, and then it went from there. They started looking for trucks.”
An older aristocrat was arrested and charged with first-class murder, but his son was released without any charges.
outlet Report Billy West, a lawyer in the Cumberland District district, is examining the evidence and is considering the possibility of a hate crime.
After reviewing the six-minute interaction between Addison and Nobles Jr. and analyzing his son’s body language, two security analysts knew that Nobles had his father planning to use a weapon. Provided the station with the possibility.
Anthony Waddy of SAV Consulting said: He obviously did no harm. “
Analysts said Nobles Jr. seemed to have made a clear path to attack Addison, and said his son was unflinching after the shot. In addition, after the man fell to the ground, Wadi claims that his son did not turn around as if he was surprised that his father shot a gun at him.
Addison’s friends and family are trying to deal with the loss of their loved ones in the midst of condolences from the community.
Justina Machado, the wife of a former Fort Bragg soldier, recalls Addison’s life at WRAL, where he was a “great man” and his personality “illuminated every room he entered. “.
“”[He was] A person who is affectionate and considerate to everyone.He didn’t get in the way [and] Buddy Justin Cockrel added, “No bad words about Stephen will be spoken.”
“It’s pointless. It’s 2022, and we’re still talking about road wrath, that is, come. What did you lose your brother for?” A friend concluded.
At the crossroads of his death, the community set up a monument wearing photographs, candles, and tokens of care.
Nobles Sr. remains in Cumberland County prison without being detained as police request additional footage from the community.
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