FAYETTEVILLE: Police want to question man related to double shoo - WRBL

Man wanted in relation to Fayetteville double shooting turns self in

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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -

The Fayetteville Police Department said Albert Lamont Jackson turned himself in Wednesday night after being wanted for questioning in relation to a shooting on Jan. 20.

Police said Jackson is being processed at the Cumberland County Jail on previous warrants including assault with a deadly weapon, and simple assault and communication of threats.

Police said Jackson was wanted for questioning in the shooting deaths of Isaiah Sampeur and Pamela Coe at the Cambridge Arms Apartment Complex.

Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of Albert Jackson is asked to call Detective R. Hutchins with the Fayetteville Police Department at (910) 322-5346 or Crimestoppers at (910) 483-TIPS (8477).  Crimestoppers information can also be submitted by visiting http://www.fay-nccrimestoppers.org/send_a_tip.aspx and completing the anonymous online tip sheet.

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