• Police respond to domestic violence call, find man shot to death

    By: Tina Terry


    CHARLOTTE - Police said they were questioning family members who were inside a Northwest Charlotte home when a man was shot and killed on Saturday. 

    “I saw several cop cars. I had to go in and out to try to get around,” said Denise Finch.

    People in the neighborhood on Elliott Drive woke up to find detectives investigating the death of 28-year- old Jamario Jackson.

    “I was shocked, I was shocked, because honestly since I moved here it's a quiet neighborhood,” said Amanda Campbell.

    Officers said they responded to a domestic violence call at the house around 3:30 a.m.  When they arrived, they found Jackson’s body inside.  Detectives spent the day interviewing several family members they said were inside during the shooting, but so far they haven’t made any arrests. 

    One woman who stopped by the house said her sister and the victim lived in the house together and had a rocky relationship, but police haven’t confirmed that.

    "It's really sad you don't want to see things like this in your neighborhood and don't want families to have to deal with things like this,” said Will Delaney.

    Officers said the district attorney was investigating and would decide whether charges would be filed in the case.

    Anyone with information about this case is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 704-334- 1600.

    Check with wsoctv.com for updates about this story.

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