by Brian Clarey

One killed, one wounded during Tate Street shooting

Greensboro police officers responded to a call of shots fired in the 300 block of South Tate Street around 12:20 a.m. Monday morning. Upon arrival outside Club Drink, officers discovered Ryan Gabriel Siler, 24, and Andre Murray, 24, had sustained gunshot wounds. Both victims were transported by EMS to the hospital but Siler succumbed to his injuries Monday morning. Murray received non-life threatening injuries in the incident. The suspects were described as possibly two black males last seen running south on Tate Street. Greensboro detectives continue to interview witnesses, but no persons of interest have been identified yet, according to police reports. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Crimestoppers at 336.373.1000.

GPD makes arrest in aggravated assault case

Greensboro police arrested Robert Lebrenden Martin on Sunday and charged him with assault with a deadly weapon and assault with deadly weapon inflicting serious injury in connection with an incident in the 1500 block of Elmer Street on Oct. 29. When officers arrived at the scene, they spoke with the alleged victim, Teresa Carr, who said she had been in an altercation with Martin. Carr alleged that Martin produced a sharp instrument and assaulted her and another woman at the scene. Carr was transported to Moses Cone Hospital for non-life threatening injuries and received treatment, according to police reports.

Shoe sale gone bad

Greensboro police responded to robbery call in the 3300 block of High Point Road on Oct. 26. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim, who was allegedly robbed at gunpoint by three black males, including a black male suspect with dreadlocks and a black male suspect wearing a toboggan. The victim informed police he met the suspects at the location to sell them a pair of shoes. He also said the suspects fled in a tan-colored vehicle on Veasley Street headed toward Pinecroft Road. No injuries were reported. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 336.373.1000.