• Family hopes someone comes forward to assist police with Arrowood Road case

    By: Mark Becker


    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The family of a man who was shot and killed in south Charlotte early Friday morning said they hope someone will come forward and help police find his killer.

    Terrell Jones, 23, was killed near an apartment complex on Bow Road, off Arrowood Road Friday morning.

    His family said that Jones had been to a club near Southend where he got into an argument over a woman, and the gunman followed him to the apartment complex about 6 miles away.

    "He told me when he left, he said, 'I'll be back after while.' I'm just waiting there to see him -- about 3 or 4 o'clock in the morning they called to tell me he was dead. I thought I was dreaming," said his grandmother, Angelina Anderson.

    "As they were getting out of the car they started hearing gunshots, and they ran and looked back and didn't see my nephew anymore," said Natasha Anderson, Jones' aunt.

    Police have released a picture of a man they are calling a person of interest in the case but have not identified him.

    Angelina Anderson said she cannot rest until someone does.

    "I'm going to hurt. A lot of people say it'll go away but it won't really won't go away," she said.

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