A second man is facing multiple felony charges in connection with shootings on New Bern Avenue on Tuesday afternoon.
Police arrested Breyon Jwan Bradford, 21, of 706 Friar Tuck Road about 10 p.m. Wednesday after finding him in the 2500 block of Poole Road, records show.
Bradford was charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, and conspiracy.
Bradford had been named as a suspect in arrest warrants issued Tuesday for William Thomas Holden, 19, whom police arrested several hours after the incident happened outside a convenience store near Trawick Road.
Traffic in the area was snarled after the shooting happened during the afternoon commute and police closed outbound New Bern as part of a crime scene.
Najee James Cunningham, 24, was hit by a bullet while he was in a car with two other men near the store, police said.
Wylie Mendicino, 19, was in a nearby hotel and was hit by a bullet that went through a window there, police said.
Neither man’s wounds were life-threatening, police said.
Bradford was held in lieu of $500,000 and scheduled for a Thursday court appearance.