by Eric Ginsburg


A victim told Greensboro police that three armed woke him up while he slept in his room on Brookfield Drive around 1 a.m. on Oct. 14. The suspects had guns but the victim was stabbed and his residence ransacked, though the police report did not say what, if anything, was taken. The victim was taken to the hospital with non-lifethreatening injuries and the investigation is ongoing.


Police responded to the Family Fare on East Market Street in Greensboro in response to a larceny on Oct. 14 just before midnight. The clerk said she was putting money in a deposit envelope when the suspect reached over the counter from her, grabbed the money and ran. The suspect was wearing a black hat, blue jeans and a black jacket and was average height, a description that no doubt will be of great help to anyone trying to identify him.


Greensboro police arrested Donhal Devon Wall, 25, and charged him with the 2009 murder of Anthony Tyrone Shuler in the parking lot of the Florida Street Shopping Center. Police had reopened the case earlier this year and said they “developed additional evidence” upon which they arrested Wall at 8:45 p.m. on Oct. 13. Wall is charged with first-degree murder and is being held without bond.


Two victims, presumably related, were approached by three suspects on Palmetto Street in Greensboro who “engaged them in conversation” on Oct. 14 at 10:40 p.m. After speaking briefly, two of the suspects pulled out guns and demanded “property,” no doubt changing the tone of the conversation considerably. After taking property from the victims, the three suspects fled on foot and could not be located by police. There were no injuries.