Jacksonville man kills his mom and both grandparents

A Jacksonville man is in jail with no bond after police say he killed his mom and both of his grandparents.

The Onslow County Sheriff’s Department say the shooting happened Friday morning.

At approximately 10:20 a.m. on Friday, Onslow County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to 1020 Birchwood Lane, Jacksonville, while investigating a report of an abandoned SUV.

Burlington Police Department discovered the abandoned SUV in Burlington and requested the Onslow County Sheriff’s Department check on the registered owner’s home.

When deputies arrived, Geraldine A Hawks, 60, and Emmitt Jordan Hawks Sr., 71, were discovered dead at the residence.

Upon further investigation, an additional victim, Jackqueline Meade, 48, was discovered next door. All three victims died from gunshot wounds.

Jackqueline Meade was the mother of the 20-year-old suspect, Jordan Tyshon Meade while the other two victims were his grandparents.

Jordan Tyshon Meade was found by police in a Burlington, North Carolina after he fled to the area in the burgundy 2019 Ford Explorer.

Meade, 20, was arrested and charged with three counts of murder and is being held with no bond. He was transferred from Alamance County to Onslow County.

Meade is currently in the Onslow County Sheriff’s Detention Center pending a first appearance Monday.

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