Man who shot three deputies in Dudley, NC found dead inside of home

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The North Carolina Beat reported to you first the man police say shot three Wayne County Deputies Monday morning.

Sources told The North Carolina Beat around 5:00 p.m. Monday afternoon that 23-year-old Jourdan Hamilton of Dudley, North Carolina, was the man barricaded inside a home on Arrington Bridge Rd.

23-year-old Jourdan Hamilton

The photo below is a Google Street View of where police surrounded a home Hamilton barricaded himself inside.

Sources have confirmed to The North Carolina Beat that Hamilton was found dead inside the home where he barricaded himself for nine hours.

Wayne County PIO Joel Gillie said the suspect was found dead with what appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

According to sources, Hamilton allegedly shot at his mother, Lorraine Bynum Moore, and shot her car up. The source tells The North Carolina Beat that Bynum told her son Hamilton that she was going to call the police in which he said to her that if she did, he would shoot them. According to Wayne County PIO Joel Gillie, three deputies were shot this morning around 10:30 a.m. 

Two of those deputies were airlifted to ECU Health Medical Center and one is being treated at Wayne UNC Health Care.

The shooting happened in the 2500 block of Arrington Bridge Road in Dudley when police tried to serve involuntary commitment papers on Hamilton.

Joel Gillie, the spokesman for Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, identified all three deputies who were shot, Sergeant Matthew Fishman, 38, Deputy Alexander Ramon Torres, 27, and Corporal Andrew Cox, 37

Sergeant Matthew Fishman has died.

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Hi, my name is Gerald Jackson and I am 26-years-old. I was born and raised in Troy, Alabama. I currently reside in North Carolina. I am a Journalist, Influencer, Content Creator, and a Man of Faith! I have been blogging for 5 years and I love it! I don't shy away from the truth, always speak my mind, and before I take anything back, I'll add more to it. Follow me on my social media below to keep up with my personal life. LOL!

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ladydragon10

I am sorry for the mom. I do hope she told the dispatch that her son stated that he would kill the police if she called them.
Pray for the officers and the families. R.I.P. to the officer that passed and prayers for all of his family.

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Hennessy da brat

My baby šŸ’” Iā€™m so sorry Jourdan

Amy

Sending prayers up for those officers and the mom. Mental Health is a serious and dangerous thing. You never know who or how it will affect someone. It’s no easy solution to this epidemic but to pray because the devil is busy and is collecting souls. May you find peace young man.

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