A sixth suspect in a March 16 shooting that detectives said was related to gang membership was arrested Wednesday.
Christini-Caprice Frederic Wiggins, 19, was arrested in mid-afternoon at her home at 1004 Belfast Drive, records show.
Police had sworn out a warrant on March 17 charging her with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, attempted assault with a deadly weapon and felony conspiracy.
The charges related to Rashawn Douglas Graves, 20, being shot in the head when gunfire broke out at 1801 Proctor Road, near Fountain Drive, about 5:30 p.m. on March 16, police said.
The shots were intended, arrest warrants have charged, to hit a woman whom the warrants described as Graves’ girlfriend.
All six people have been charged with same offenses as Wiggins, and all the arrest warrants have charged that the group had fired “several rounds at her because of her gang.”
Police have not disclosed details about that affiliation or if the suspects are affiliated with that gang or another.
Spokeswoman Laura Hourigan said Thursday that detectives are still investigating.
A few days after the incident, police arrested Doriann Chenielle Miller, 19, of 1700 Southgate Drive; Pleasure Nicole Jones, 18, of 717 Vardaman St.; Keyana Nicole McMillian, 19, of 1510 Dock St. in Wilmington; Quandria D’Asia Bryant, 19, of 1412 Wabash St. in Durham, and Kenneth Coaxum III, 22, of 1503 Civoli Court.
A magistrate set Wiggins’ bail at $1,001,000 on the assault charges and a warrant for not appearing at an earlier court date on a different matter.