Three Grazed by Gunfire Outside Residence

Three Grazed by Gunfire Outside Residence

A mother and her two children were transported by Wayne County EMS to UNC Health Wayne for treatment and evaluation of minor, non-life-threatening injuries after they were grazed by gunfire outside their residence.

Goldsboro Police were responding to a ShotSpotter alert on Sunday evening in the 400 block of Seymour Drive when another call was received saying the caller and her children had been shot.

When Officers arrived in the area they made contact with 29-year-old Antoinette Sauls who advised she and her children were shot at and were grazed by bullets while outside of their residence. According to the report Ms. Sauls and two 15-year-old males suffered minor injuries after being grazed by bullets fired during the incident.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing. Anyone with information related to this incident is asked to contact the Goldsboro Police Department or Crime Stoppers.

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