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by YES! Staff

Club Menáge carjacking

Matto Ayim Nyiam, 26, was leaving Club Menage at 5:42 a.m. on May 11 when he said two men, later identified as 22-year-old Christopher Dwayne Davis and 21-year-old James Brandon, confronted him. One of the men reportedly pointed a handgun at Nyiam and fired several shots, while the other took the victim’s vehicle, and the first man followed. The two men drove away at a high rate of speed until the second suspect crashed on Randleman Road outside the city limits, and the first suspect swerved to avoid the crash and ran off into a creek. Both men were arrested and charged with several offenses stemming from the robbery.

Phony ICE raid

Two black men dressed as law enforcement officers and wearing black toboggans with the letters “ICE” written across appeared entered a house on Boulevard Street in Greensboro brandishing handguns. One of the bogus immigration agents was described as having a medium muscular build while the second was described as having a slim build and missing his front teeth. The house’s four occupants — 30 year-old Saul Ayala, 26-year-old Ligia Rodriguez, 25-year-old Ramiro Sevilla and 33-year-old Miguel Perez-Torres — said the two intruders began searched them for money and other valuables, and fled with cash. The Greensboro Police Department requests that anyone with information about this crime call CrimeStoppers at 336.373.1000. After-midnight mover

Antonio Rodriguez was moving furniture into a trailer at Village Park manufactured home community in Greensboro at 2:18 a.m. on May 14 when he reported that two black men in a gray SUV confronted him. Rodriguez said one of the men pointed a gun at him and demanded his money. The victim reportedly tried to flee, but the two men caught him, stole his wallet and drove away. The Greensboro Police Department requests that anyone with information about the crime call CrimeStoppers at 336.373.1000.

Fast-food fisticuffs

Greensboro police officers arrived at the rear drive-through area of the Taco Bell on High Point Road in Greensboro at 6:30 a.m. on May 15 in response to a call about a person lying on the ground. An unconscious man was found with visible head injuries. Police located 23-yearold Malik Hines and 18-year-old Nicole Hayes, and charged them with assault. Police did not identify the victim, who was taken to Moses Cone hospital with possible life threatening injuries.

Boulevard Street double homicide

Greensboro police officers showed up at 1814 Boulevard St. at 10:22 p.m. on May 16 in response to gunfire. They found 22year-old Chakia C. Monroe and 27-yearold Larry Irving Jr. dead from gunshot wounds. The two victims were residents of a nearby apartment. The Greensboro Police Department requests that anyone with information about the crime call CrimeStoppers at 336.373.1000.

Winston-Salem homicide

Winston-Salem police showed up at 3207 Thomasville Road at about 2:07 a.m. on Sunday in response to a shooting. The concluded that 31-year-old Faustino Dominguez Clemente had been shot there. Clemente died. The Winston- Salem Police Department requests that anyone with information about the crime call CrimeStoppers at 336.727.2800.

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