Grandmother seeks info about homicide in Greensboro

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A ladder truck from the Greensboro Fire Department is used in a search of the rooftop of 15 Covey Lane for a weapon on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 in Greensboro, N.C. Police are investigating an overnight double shooting at 11 Covey Lane that left one person dead. (LYNN HEY/News & Record)

GREENSBORO, N.C. — The grandmother of a man shot and killed last month in Greensboro is making a plea for information about his death, according to the Greensboro News & Record.

“I really want to see the people who (shot him) brought to justice,” said Doreen Mollette-Sullivan, grandmother of Michael Thomas Vandross.

Vandross, 27, was shot on Sept. 21 at the Arbor Crest Apartment Homes on Covey Lane, along with Kenneth Lamont Munn, 31. Vandross died from his injuries. His death was one of four homicides in as many days.

Mollette-Sullivan, 68, raised Vandross in Airmont, N.Y. She said her grandson came to Greensboro two years ago to further his education after high school. His godparents are also in the area, she said.

The grandmother said Vandross came to Greensboro for college, but his plans changed when he met a woman. He traveled with her around the state.

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