The target of a two-day manhunt in Lenoir County is now facing federal charges. Robert J. Higdon, Jr., the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina, has announced 30-year-old Robert Lee Strother of Kinston has been charged with Carjacking and firearm offenses, which carry a maximum life sentence if Strother is convicted. Strother is already facing numerous charges after he allegedly shot a Lenoir County deputy who was responding to a domestic call in La Grange on November 19th. Strother also allegedly shot a resident before stealing that individual’s vehicle during the situation. The manhunt came to an end November 21st when Strother was shot and taken into custody by law enforcement.