CHARLOTTE, N.C. — CMPD arrested and charged Khdaius Amorae Marshall Wednesday with murder stemming from a shooting on April 28.
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It was the third fatal shooting CMPD investigated that day.
According to investigators, Tyrena Inman, 30, was shot to death around 8:30 p.m. inside a room at the Extended Stay America hotel on Yorkmont Road off South Tryon Street.
Officers said a man was also shot inside the room and was taken to Atrium's Carolina Medical Center with serious injuries.
With three homicides in just one day, officers are begging for unity.
"Just to say there’s one umbrella solution to fix our violence problem in Charlotte, there’s just not," said CMPD Maj. Mike Campagna. "There’s a lot of things that can be done, I think, but they have to be done holistically as a community-wide effort that has to involve faith communities, our schools, our medical facilities, our academics. People need to be involved in the solutions.”
Sunday's first deadly shooting was reported around 1 p.m. in west Charlotte. Officers said they found Daimeon Terrell Johnson, 40, suffering from a gunshot wound on Catherine Simmons Road. He was rushed to the hospital where he later died.
The second fatal shooting on Sunday happened about an hour after the first. Police said Shalecia Shav’ea Williams, 21, and a man were shot inside an east Charlotte apartment complex on Snow Lane. Both were rushed to a hospital, but Williams did not survive.
Sunday's deaths bring the total number of homicides in Charlotte to 43 for the year. In 2018, there was a total of 58 homicides for the entire year.
Police are still looking for the suspects in all three shootings and hope information from the survivors will help them get a better idea of the people responsible for the violence.
Anyone who knows anything about the shootings is asked to come forward and contact Crime Stoppers.
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