Lexington woman faces more charges after deputy wounded


Terina Lane Billings

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LEXINGTON, N.C. — A Lexington woman authorities found near a shooting that injured a Davidson County sheriff’s deputy last month faces new charges.

The Lexington Dispatch reported that 27-year-old Terina Lane Billings was charged with six counts of attempted first-degree murder and three counts each of stealing a gun and felony larceny.

Billings was charged earlier with kidnapping, first degree burglary, armed robbery, assault with a dangerous weapon, assault with a deadly weapon on a government official and assault on a law enforcement officer with a gun.

Billings was found in a car near a home where deputies exchanged gunfire with a suspect Dec. 19 off of North Point Drive north of Lexington.

Deputy Charles Goforth III was shot in the foot when he responded to a reported home invasion. He suffered a non-life-threatening injury.

Jerome David Poole, 25, of Lexington, faces similar charges.

Read more: The Lexington Dispatch

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