Police: Suspected NC court gunman turns himself in
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Police say the suspected gunman in a North Carolina courthouse shooting has turned himself in.
Nashville Police Chief Thomas Bashore said in a statement Thursday that 31-year-old Brandon Tremaine Morris turned himself in and is in the custody of the Nash County Sheriff's Office.
Bashore says investigators have identified him as the gunman and arrest warrants had been taken out for Morris on assault with a deadly weapon charges.
Another suspect, Demond Levar Morris, was taken into custody Wednesday night. The two suspects are brothers. Jail officials didn't know if either suspect had a lawyer.
The two shooting victims were hospitalized in Greenville in critical condition as of Wednesday.