Two Enfield teens who according to a report were wanted in the shooting of a 17-year-old male surrendered to the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office Monday.
Annazee Hawkins, 19, and Mysahn Pittman, 18, surrendered around 4:30 p.m., according to a statement by Enfield police Captain Chuck Hasty.
Deputy M. Butler of the sheriff’s office served the warrants to Hawkins and Pittman.
Hawkins was served warrants for assault with a deadly weapon, going armed to the terror of the people and conspiracy. He was also served an order for arrest for a probation violation from Nash County. He received a $4,500 bond and May 14 court date. He has a court appearance in Nash County the following day.
Pittman was served warrants for going armed to the terror of the people, aid and abet assault with a deadly weapon and conspiracy.
He received a $3,000 bond and May 14 court date.
The teens had been wanted in a shooting which occurred Thursday near the intersection of East Burnette Avenue and Llewellyn Street.
The shooting victim, who was shot in the lower body, has been treated and is recovering.
Motive remains undetermined and continues to be investigated.
Details in the case unfolded after the police department responded to the 100 block of East Burnette Avenue about a shooting.
Officers spoke with several people in the area who claimed they did not see or hear anything. As officers continued their investigation they determined the shooting took place near the intersection of East Burnette Avenue and Llewellyn Street.
Halifax Central informed officers a victim was at UNC Nash Hospital with a gunshot wound to the lower body.
Investigator T. Antunez obtained warrants on Hawkins and Pittman.