Suspects arrested in Greensboro gas station shooting
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Police have arrested two men accused of shooting a Greensboro gas station clerk in her legs during a robbery.
Kenneth Lamont Murray, 45, and Kevin Andrea Barrett, 44, both of Greensboro, allegedly entered the Wilco/Hess at 3610 W. Wendover Ave. on Wednesday and demanded money at gunpoint.
Police said the clerk tried getting away but was shot twice, once in each leg. She remained hospitalized Friday with non-life-threatening injuries, officials said.
The suspects were arrested after a reward of up to $12,000 was announced for information on them. Wilco/Hess offered up to $10,000 and Greensboro/Guilford Crime Stoppers offered up to $2,000.
Police said Murray was arrested Thursday and Barrett earlier today after an anonymous tip. Both face charges of robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy. Murray was also charged with felony assault.
Barrett faces additional charges of assault with a dangerous weapon inflicting serious injury and possession of a firearm by a felon. Police said he was on parole for a conviction of robbery with a dangerous weapon at the time of this incident.