WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- The family of a shooting victim says his death was the result of fighting within a gang.
Wilmington Police say Raequan Rouse, 18, was shot several times Sunday night near the corner of N. 10th and Campbell streets. His family says it was a bullet to the neck that killed him.
"When I first heard it, I didn't know how to react," Rouse's brother Rakeem Brown said.
Although relatives do not know what led to his death, they say Rouse was affiliated with a gang.
"He was a Blood," Rouse's cousin Marquis Jackson said. "He was there all day. He did it for his team, but at the same time, his team wasn't with him."
They say the man who shot and killed Rouse was also a Blood.
"These boys around town are going crazy for no reason," Jackson said. "But whoever did it, y'all should be ashamed of y'all's self."
The family says Rouse leaves behind two children. They also say he has another baby on the way.
"His little boy is hurting about it, and his little girl. They know exactly what's going on," Jackson said.
Wilmington Police have not given any information about a suspect.
A WPD spokeswoma says two people dropped Rouse off at the hospital, but got out of the vehicle they were in and took off running before police could catch up with them.
A neighbor, who did not want to go on camera, says when she heard the commotion Sunday night, she peeked through a door and saw about six people fighting in the street.
Records show Rrouse was convicted with assaulting an officer last year. He was also convicted of breaking and entering in 2012.