The best and worst of Triad police blotters, as compiled
FATHER OF STUDENT WITH GUN CHARGED
Anthony Bernard Mcteer, the father of a Glenn High School student who was caught with a firearm on campus, has been charged with failure to store a firearm to protect a minor. School administration investigated an allegation about students possibly having weapons on campus and ended up seizing a knife from 17-year-old DaCian M. Rhymer and and a firearm from Mcteer’s son, who is unidentified because he is a juvenile. The Winston-Salem Police Department reported that the students had planned to meet with others for a prearranged fight after school. Rhymer and the Mcteer’s son were arrested and each were charged with possession of a weapon on school property. Both were placed in the Forsyth County jail.
CHILD DETERS ROBBERS BY GOING TO NEIGHBORS
Children were watching a movie in the living room of an apartment at Bethabara Point Circle in Winston- Salem at about 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 17 when two black men wearing ski masks entered through an unlocked back door, according to a report by the Winston-Salem Police Department. One of the men was described as having a long gun, possibly a rifle or shotgun. The intruders ransacked the apartment while yelling, “Where’s the money?” One of the children managed to get out of the apartment without being detected by the wouldbe robbers and went next door to call the police. When the men realized what had happened, they fled the scene on foot.
MAN KILLED IN SEDGEFIELD SHOOTING
Guilford County Sheriff’s deputies found Matthew Obrian Norris, 27, of High Point, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds at a house in Sedgefield on Jan. 19 at 3:28 a.m. Norris was taken to Cone hospital, where he died. The deputies identified the shooter as Charles Tyler Forrest, also 27, who lives at the address. The sheriff’s office is investigating to determine whether the shooting was in self-defense.