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Officers with the Winston-Salem Police Department responded Friday to 10 W. Clemmonsville Rd. on a reported Armed Robbery in progress at Hardees. The investigation revealed that one individual entered the business armed with a handgun and demanded personnel to open the register and safe. The suspect was able to obtain an undetermined amount of money. The suspect then left the business and was seen running toward a gold colored passenger vehicle that was parked on the ramp to southbound US Highway 52. There was no one injured during this incident.


Police responded to 123 Teakwood Drive, apartment X in reference to a shooting into an occupied dwelling. The victim stated she was asleep with her two sons when she was awakened by the sounds of gunfire outside the apartment. Officers located several holes about the residence and two shell casings in the street. No injuries were reported and no suspect information was available. The investigation is ongoing. The names and addresses of the victims are being withheld temporarily.


Greensboro police officers responded to Sonic located at 4500 High Point Road in reference to a robbery call early Tuesday. Upon arrival, Officers spoke with the employees who stated that two suspects entered the business armed with guns and demanded money from the register. After obtaining an undisclosed amount of money from the business and personal property from an employee, the suspects fled the business in a sedan heading in an eastern direction towards South Holden Road.

There were no injuries in this incident.

The suspects were described as two black males, wearing gray hooded sweatshirts and dark pants.

The investigation is ongoing. !