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BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — One man is in jail in connection with a shooting near Supply over the weekend. Jonathan Cortes Molina, 28, of Shallotte, is charged with discharging a weapon into occupied property.

At 12:48 a.m. Sunday, deputies responded to a woman being shot at 2528 Blue Marlin St. SW, Supply. A neighbor told investigators that Jose Aguire, 29, and Francheska Rivera Rodriguez, 23, were shot. Both were transported to the Brunswick Novant Medical Center ER and then to New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Aquire is out of the hospital.

Investigators says it appears that the shots were fired from outside into the mobile home.

Molina is in jail under $150,000 bond.

Deputies had been looking for another man in connection with the shooting. Late Monday morning, though, they said he was no longer a person of interest.

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4 Comments on "Brunswick deputies arrest man for weekend shooting near Supply"


Susank
2015 years 9 months ago

Kudos again for Brunswick County Sheriff’s Dept.! I hope he has a long time behind bars to think about how stupid THAT was. How many times have innocent victims been killed, many children, because someone too chicken to handle a situatino like an adult has to take up arms and shoot blindly into a residence.

2015 years 9 months ago

What is the immigration st
atus of these individuals?

me
2015 years 9 months ago

He is a legal citizen of the United States…..He is not mexican

Stilez
2015 years 9 months ago

@ NCFIRE… Does it matter where this individual is from? It doesnt matter if he is Spanish,Black or Caucasian. He shot someone and he must pay for his actions.

 

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