POLICE: Edenton man arrested in connection to shooting of one person

EDENTON, N.C. (WITN) – According to Edenton deputies, on Friday evening, a man was charged in connection to the shooting of one person.

Around 4:17 p.m. the Edenton Police Department in Chowan County received several real-time gunfire alerts from the Acoustic Threat Detection (ATD) technology, according to police. Deputies were sent to 711 North Broad Street (Red Apple) where they discovered one person shot and was then transported to ECU Health Medical Center in Greenville, N.C.

After further investigation, Edenton police say they arrested Ky’Heem Ka’vun Stanley – 28-year-old B/M of the 100 block of Elm Grove Road in Edenton – for one count of Attempted First Degree Murder, one count of Assault with Deadly Weapon with Intent to Kill – Inflicting Serious Injury, one count of Carrying a Concealed Weapon, Discharging a Firearm in Town Limits and Injury to Real Property.

Stanley was placed under no bond and was placed under a $150,000.00 secured bond for Carrying a Concealed Weapon and Discharging a Firearm in Town Limits. He was also placed under a $50,000.00 secured for Injury to Real Property.

This investigation is ongoing and police say they have several other people that they know are involved and more warrants are forthcoming.

Anyone with information or who witnessed this tragedy needs to call the Edenton Police Department at (252) 482-9890.

In this case, EPD also developed Eddie Andrews and Kra’Qon Whidbee as additional suspects. If you have any information on the current location of Eddie Andrews or Kra’Qon Whidbee, please contact the Edenton Police Department.

“This is yet another example of how our ATD sensors helped to identify and consequently arrest Stanley within 24 hours,” said Chief King. “I want to thank the Chowan County Sheriff’s Office and the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation for their quick response. It is teamwork like this that makes and keeps our community safe.”

WITN will have more updates as more information is released.