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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Wilmington Police say witnesses are not cooperating as they investigate the murder of a 20-year-old man over the weekend.

Around 12:24 a.m. Saturday officers responded to a shots fired call in the 4400 block of McClelland, according to WPD spokeswoman Linda Rawley. While officers were searching the area they received another call about a body in the front yard of 4410 McClelland Drive. That’s where they found Drayshawn Dowd in the bushes. They say Dowd had been shot several times. He died at the hospital

Witnesses told police Dowd had been at a party in the area and got into a fight before leaving. His body was found a short time later. But police say witnesses are not saying very much more. Rawley says detectives believe there are several people who know much more about what happened then they have told investigators.

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2016 years 2 months ago

First of all, learn the difference between a “peace” sign (first and middle finger up) and gang signs. I know all of you critics have seen hippies put up a peace sign and I’m sure that you didn’t call it a gang sign then, did you? You don’t even know this young man but you can talk about his lifestyle. Every young black man in Wilmington is not a thug or in a gang. When more than one of them are walking together, it doesn’t make them gang bangers looking for trouble, it makes them friends walking-simple.

2016 years 2 months ago

U already kno who did it when the pressure is bought down on certain individuals then the truth would b revealed I jus think if u bad enough to commit the crime then face the time or u fake too but it’s a shame but ppl real tho smh

Not me
2016 years 2 months ago

If they were to say anything, it’s likely that the thugs that did the crime would take care of the loose ends. The police and DA don’t seem to get it.
From traffic accidents, to minor crimes, all the way up to the most serious issues, they put all your personal information out there for the world to see on their incident / accident / arrest reports. “Who turned me in”? Just look at the online police report.

See a person driving erratically, and call 911 for possible DWI? Your name and possibly more is on the report – publicly… Read more »

2016 years 2 months ago

??? I have no idea what you posted about and I read it three times.

2016 years 2 months ago

Unfortunately, that didn’t work out too well, did it?

When are they ever going to learn that a lifestyle based on false values has a much greater chance of failure than success?

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