Chief Chuck Hasty said investigators continue to determine motive.
In a statement he said on Wednesday around 3 p.m., Collie Davis Jr., 26, of Roanoke Rapids, was arrested in the Oak Street and Gordon Drive shooting.
He was charged with discharging a weapon into an occupied vehicle, going armed to the terror of the people and discharging a weapon within city limits.
He surrendered to the police department and was jailed on $25,000 bond. He received a December 6 court date.
Investigator G.L. Williams filed the charges.
On Wednesday around 6 p.m., Darius Jaquan Robertson, 26, of Roanoke Rapids, surrendered to the police department and faces charges of going armed to the terror of the people and discharging a weapon within city limits related to the Carter Street matter.
After Williams filed the charges against Robertson, he received a $2,000 bond and December 22 court date.
More charges are expected and the shootings appear to be related, Hasty said last week.
The charges stem from a report received Thursday around 10:30 p.m. of shots fired on Carter Street.
When officers arrived they did not locate any suspects, but located numerous shell casings in the area.
While processing the scene officers heard more shots fired in the area of South Rosemary.
When officers arrived they found an occupied vehicle on Oak Street and Gordon Drive had been shot, but nobody was injured.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Williams at 252-533-2821 or Crimestoppers at 252-583-4444.
Alleged vehicle B&E suspect surrenders
On Wednesday at approximately 2:15 p.m., Darius Tyshawn Tabron, 19, of Roanoke Rapids, was arrested and charged on outstanding warrants for breaking and entering a motor vehicle and larceny and possession of stolen goods. He surrendered at the police department.
He received a $2,000 bond and December 6 court date.
Investigator J. Benthall charged Tabron based on an investigation into a report filed on October 21 of a vehicle breaking and entering in the 100 block of Steeplechase Run.
Tabron was arrested on October 30 by Halifax County Sheriff’s Office Deputy G. Keel for obtaining property by false pretense and possession of stolen goods related to Benthall’s investigation.
He received a $1,000 bond on those charges.
On Wednesday at approximately 8:15 p.m., Officer J. DeSare conducted a traffic stop on East Tenth Street near Georgia Avenue for a violation.
During the stop a search was conducted and drug paraphernalia was found.
Nyla Piercy Deloatch, 34, of Roanoke Rapids, was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and released until her December 22 court date.
Officer M. Hunsucker assisted.