A Durham man was sentenced to between 10 and 13 years Tuesday for an April shooting at the D-N-G Mart on N.C. 86, just north of U.S. 70.
Antuanne Montez Shaw, 18, of 4534 Linden Road, pleaded guilty in Orange County Superior Court to attempted first-degree murder, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, discharging a weapon into an occupied property (a vehicle) inflicting serious bodily injury
His charges of injury to real property and going armed to the terror of the public were dismissed.
His co-defendant, Antonio “Tony” Laturan Whitted, 32, of 322 Lancaster Road, Mebane, is facing similar charges. He is in the Orange County Jail and slated to appear in court Feb. 28 to face a habitual felon charge.
Whitted was driving his Impala when he, Shaw and two others pulled into the store’s parking lot on April 9, Assistant District Attorney Brian Beasley said.
Whitted’s ex-girlfriend pulled her Honda into the parking lot at the same time and started to argue with Whitted, either about a child they shared or his new relationship, Beasley said. Whitted got out of his car and started arguing with a male passenger who exited the Honda, he said.
Shaw got out and handed Whitted a silver revolver, which he used to hit the man in the head, Beasley said. Everyone got back into the cars, but the woman got out and started arguing again, he said. She kicked the Impala as Whitted was driving out of the parking lot.
The Impala stopped in the southbound lane of U.S. 70, and Shaw got out with the gun, Beasley said. He walked up to the Honda’s rear side window and fired multiple rounds into the car,…
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