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NHRMC identifies suspects charged for weapon, drugs at hospital

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- New Hanover Regional Medical Center has released the names of two people arrested last week on gun and drug charges at the hospital.

Spokeswoman Erin Balzotti says Naulege Johnson, 15, and Jamaal Johnson, 20, (pictured, right) are charged with carrying a concealed weapon and possession with intent to sell or deliver marijuana.

Hospital police arrested the two around 7 p.m. Thursday.

Balzotti said she could not release any more information about what happened.

Jamaal Johnson is still in jail under $50,000 bond. The New Hanover County Jail could not provide information about the status of Naulege Johnson.

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Naulege

Naulege.... I see a pattern here, is that Knowledge? What was that foo called last week Unique/ Unyque? WHAT is wrong with these parents?

Naulege??? Really??

Naulege??? Really??

Just to put a few things

Just to put a few things "out there"....The "security" at the hospital absolutely is the lowest.....you are NOT safe when you go there! ANY one can walk in that place and open fire....remember years ago when a young new father was shot at the Main entrance? The person that shot him said his intentions were to shot hospital employees that he blamed for a family members death. The individual that was arrested.....was he visiting one of the "gang" mambers that had resently been hurt? Or was he planning to??? The safety of ANYONE that goes to that hospital is NOT safe....there are no precautions to prevent another handgun from being bought in!

Not safe?

You're not safe anywhere. Why are you singling out the hospital? Do you really think you are more safe at the grocery store across the street, or maybe the local drugstore, or how about at the local mall? Anyone can walk into any of these places and open fire. You are more safe at the hospital than most places as they have their own police force, and they do a great job with what they are given.