A Durham man was charged early Monday with three shootings on Sunday on North Market Drive, and a Durham woman was charged with being an accessory after the fact.
Nelson Kwame Brown, 24, was charged with three counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury and one count of gun possession by a felon.
Jonita Jasmine Dawes, 24, was charged with being an accessory after the fact of the shooting and with obstructing justice.
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Monday morning, police identified the three people who were shot as Raymond Burroughs, 33, Johnny Green, 28 and Conrad Enudu, 22.
All three were hospitalized, but police have not characterized how badly they were hurt.
The shooting happened in the 1600 block of North Market Drive about 4:30 a.m. Sunday, police said.
Officers found the three victims when they got there, police said in a statement.
The circumstances surrounding the shooting have not been disclosed.
Arrest records showed that Brown lives on Wellingham Drive in Durham. Dawes lives on Cherry Creek Drive.
Brown is not allowed to have a gun because he was convicted in 2010 in Wake County of obtaining property by false pretense and in 2013 in Guilford County of felony breaking or entering and felony larceny.
Jail records showed that police served Brown with an additional arrest warrant charging him with assault on a female in Durham County this year. A magistrate ordered him held without bail.
Dawes’s bails was set at $10,000.