HIGH POINT, N.C. -- High Point police have arrested six people total in some way connected to last week's Hamilton Street homicide investigation.
Two unnamed juveniles are in custody along with 18-year-old Dominiq Marquan Deloach and 20-year-old Dontrelle Lamont Jenkins. All four face charges including homicide.
Police say last Wednesday night, Michael Moore ran across the street after people started shooting into his house, attempting to break in.
Moore's neighbor Dennis Williams opened his door, but the suspects followed. Police say they hit the wrong man, shooting and killing Williams in front of his wife.
Williams was an innocent bystander, police said. Williams' wife told FOX8 they were just watching TV when the shooting spilled into their home.
She and her husband were together 32 years and she called him the love of her life.
Moore is charged, too, for allegedly having marijuana in his house with the intent to sell.
A sixth person, a 20-year-old woman named Rolicia Athea Davis, was also charged in the case, accused of filing a false police report. Police said the suspects used her car the night of the murder.
Police released 10 911 calls connected to the investigation. Most are neighbors who described hearing six to eight gunshots and called police to report the suspects were running away.
"They just ran back over there behind Washington Street," one woman told dispatchers. "It's a dude with a red hoodie on... As soon as the police came, he ran... I heard the gunshots at my house."
The dispatcher advised, "Just stay in your house with the door locked."
Another woman said she was on her back porch, which faces Hamilton Street, when she heard screams and gunfire.
"I heard it. I heard them screaming. I heard them say 'get away right now.' And gunshots fired. That's all I can tell you. There is somebody running up the street right now," she told dispatchers. "I don't know if somebody's hurt, I don't know what he shot at, but he shot at least six rounds and it was loud."
The victim Dennis Williams' wife also called 911, begging for an ambulance. Someone in the background tries to tell her Williams is already dead, but she insists, "No, he's not."
Community members have stepped up to raise money for Williams' funeral:
His widow said on the page that they've never spent a day apart and that she had no money for a funeral.
Investigators were back at the scene Tuesday using laser mapping technology to map the crime scene, just like how traffic accidents are reconstructed. They said it will help develop an aerial map of the scene on Hamilton Street.