Raleigh police accuse man of assault in domestic dispute, shooting spree

From staff reportsJuly 12, 2013 

— Police found Devin Dee Goode on Thursday and charged him with six counts of assault with a deadly weapon in connection with a shooting spree in a city street one morning in June.

Arrest warrants say that Goode fired an AK-47-type rifle outside 804 Cooper Road about 10:30 a.m. on June 23 after a domestic dispute with Shannon Signal.

Bullets hit Signal’s car and cars occupied by five other people, police spokesman Jim Sughrue said.

Some shots also went into a house across the street, Sughrue said.

No one was hit, however.

Police found Goode at 3108 Kings Court on Thursday afternoon, according to an arrest report.

Including the domestic dispute and the shooting incident, police charged Goode with six counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill; assault by strangulation, saying he had his arms around Signal’s throat; assault with a deadly weapon; three counts of injury to property; communicating threats, possession of a firearm by a felon and misdemeanor larceny.

Goode was held in the Wake County Detention Center in lieu of $1.28 million bail and scheduled for a Friday court appearance.

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