My only question is, why did it take so long to issue warrants against DAP? Lock those bastards up and throw away the key!
Dads Against Predators ‘lured’ man to store before gunfire, NC cops say. Warrants issued
Tue, January 10, 2023 at 8:43 AM CST·2 min read
Three members of the group Dads Against Predators “lured” a man to a store before gunfire erupted — and now warrants have been issued in the North Carolina case, officials said.
The group members are accused of using the Meetup app to get the man to come to a Target store in Winston-Salem. When the man arrived on June 28, all three members started to beat him on the head repeatedly, according to the city’s police department.
The 25-year-old man reportedly pulled out a gun and fired a shot to try to stop the attack. The gunfire injured one of the accused attackers, but the assault continued until the group took his gun and ran off, officials said.
Now, months later, arrest warrants have been issued for all three men identified as suspects in the case. The man who had previously been identified as the “victim” by officials also is facing warrants.
In response to McClatchy News’ requests for comment about the warrants tied to the shooting at its Hanes Mall Boulevard store, Target shared an emailed statement.
“I can confirm we’re aware and will continue to provide law enforcement with any information needed for their investigation,” a spokesperson wrote.
The day after the shooting, a man went to an Ohio medical center with a gunshot wound to his leg, officials said.
Then less than a week later, officials said that man and two other people were responsible for the Target store attack. The three men — from North Carolina and Ohio — were part of a social media group called Dads Against Predators, McClatchy News reported.
Officials said each of the men was issued a “warrant for arrest for simple affray” last month. One of the men reportedly turned himself in on Jan. 3 and is scheduled to be back in court later this month.
After he was beaten at the Target store, the 25-year-old man went to a hospital with minor injuries, police said. He now faces warrants for simple affray and carrying a concealed handgun, according to an updated news release.
On Jan. 10, the Winston-Salem Police Department didn’t immediately respond to McClatchy News’ requests for additional information about why the man is being charged.
An investigation continues, and officers ask those with information to call them at 336-773-7700, Crime Stoppers at 336-727-2800 or the Spanish language line at 336-728-3904. People also can text 336-276-1717 or share tips online.
The Winston Salem Police Department’s Firearms Investigation and Intelligence Unit/Gun Crime Reduction Unit has continued to investigate the incident that took place on 6/28/22 at the Target located at 1040 Hanes Mall Boulevard.
As a result of this continued investigation by the WSPD and communication with the Forsyth County District Attorney’s Office the following Warrants for Arrest were issued on 12/29/2022 on all four individuals involved in the altercation at Target.
Warrant for Arrest for Simple Affray NCGS 14-33 on Jay Cameron Carnicom 28-year-old male of 638 Third Avenue Freemont, Ohio
Warrant for Arrest for Simple Affray NCGS 14-33 on Joshua Alvin Michael Mundy 29-year-old male of 1426 Napolean Street Freemont, Ohio
Warrant for Arrest for Simple Affray NCGS 14-33 on Jason Doane Chipps 37-year-old male of 274 Stroud Street Marion, North Carolina.
Warrant for Arrest for Simple Affray *****
On 1/3/2023, Jason Chipps turned himself in to authorities in McDowell County North Carolina for his Warrant for Arrest for Simple Affray NCGS 14-33. Mr. Chipps was released on a written promise to appear in court in Forsyth County. Mr. Chipps court date is set for 1/24/2023 at the Forsyth County Hall of Justice in Winston-Salem NC.
Anyone with any information regarding this investigation is asked to call the Winston-Salem Police Department at 336-773-7700, Crime Stoppers at 336-727-2800, or En Espanol 336-728-3904. You can also view “Crime Stoppers of Winston-Salem Forsyth County” on Facebook. A Crime Stoppers Tip Form can also be located online at https://www.cityofws.org/…/Polic…/Crimestoppers-Tip-Form-100. Information provided to Crime Stoppers may be provided anonymously.
The Text-A-Tip Program can be reached at 336-276-1717 and allows you to text tips, photos and videos to the Winston-Salem Police Department. Please note that such text tips may not be made anonymously.
|Thanks to DAP supporters for proving my point|
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