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BCSO identifies suspect in Wednesday shooting

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BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) -- Brunswick County Sheriff's detectives have identified the suspect in a shooting Wednesday night.

Justin Antwain Garvin, 19, is wanted for assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury and discharging a weapon into occupied dwelling in a shooting at Stevenson Mobile Home Park in Stevenson Road in Supply. Investigators say just after 10 p.m. Wednesday shots were fired from a car into a house. One person was injured.

Deputies are currently searching for Garvin, who they think is still in the Supply area.

Garvin is already do in court next month on charges of disorderly conduct, assault and battery and injury to real property according to court records.

Anyone with information on the where Garvin is should call the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office at (910) 253-2777 and ask for Det. Tony Caison.

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Keep It Clean

Alright, I will start it. He is a good boy. He made straight A's in school and deserves a chance. He has a bright future in front of him. (They painted the walls in the cell yellow and just shined the bars of the doors.)

From the Photo

I thought he was a woman. If he gets hard time, he may know that reality first hand by the time he is released.

Let's not forget...

he most likely was a good football player as well...went to church on Sunday...didn't live in the projects...

RACISTS

your all racists he ain't dun nutin!

LOL...

I was being facetious people...

Ummmm...I think he was being

Ummmm...I think he was being facetious, as was the original poster.

Thats it. Throw in the Race

Thats it. Throw in the Race Card, to keep people from seeing the truth about this man.

innocent until proven guilty

innocent until proven guilty

Why?

They're just telling it how it is. He's already wanted for other charges. So, no, I wouldn't say "he ain't dun nutin!"

Not racist

I am not racist - don't care if you are black or white, just tired of all the crime. And for your information, it is not just whites that are fed up. Your black brothers and sisters are tired of all the negative publicity that goes along with one of the "brothas" when they commit crimes. It pulls families down and it pulls the neighborhoods down, and creates an atmosphere of hostility. So the next time you decide to call anyone racist, you might want to see who is making the comment. I might just be your relative or neighbor because I am tired of it!!!!!!!!!

THUGGIST

Get it right. I am not a racist. I am a THUGGIST. I just call a spade when I see it. Thugs come in many colors. By the way, I am black. So what are you goning to call me now?