Police ID man killed, man injured during shooting in NW Charlotte home

Police ID man killed, man injured during shooting in NW Charlotte home

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Investigators have released the names of a man who was killed and another who was seriously injured during a shooting at a home in northwest Charlotte Thursday morning.

According to police, 30-year-old Angelo Jackson was killed and 48-year-old Timothy Davis was seriously injured in the shooting.

The call for service came in around 12:17 a.m. at a home in the 900 block of State Street. When officers arrived, they found the two men inside the home with gunshot wounds.

Davis was taken to Carolinas Medical Center with serious injuries. Police believe two suspects lived at the home and there was an altercation between one of the residents and the man fatally shot.

Detectives are interviewing residents who were inside the home during the shooting. They believe the two knew each other and say the shooting was not random.

Detectives say they are still searching for a second suspect.

Dionta Rickenbacker grew up with Jackson and went by the home where he died to see for himself.

"I just got off the bus and I walked by looking man, because that's crazy. I'll tell you the crazy thing about it, me and this man were just sitting and talking yesterday," Rickenbacker said.

WBTV also spoke with Davis' aunt. She said he is a barber and cuts hair out of the home.

A sign on the porch reads 'Tim the barber' and tells potential customers not to sit on the porch.

Davis' aunt told WBTV that his teenager was also in the house when the incident happened. She's caring for him now while Davis recovers in the hospital.

"He's supposed to be testing in school and you know doing IP classes and that's hard enough and I had to keep him home today and just make sure he's okay," she said.

Neighbors said there is a lot of traffic in and out of the home, but had no idea what would have led up to a shooting.

Anyone with additional information is asked to call detectives at 704-432-TIPS or Crime Stoppers at 704-334-1600.

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