GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — Court documents are giving more insight into what led up to an active shooter call at an office building in Greensboro.

On Thursday around 11:20 a.m., police received a call about an active shooter at the Spectrum Corporate office on Regional Road after warrants state Jazzlyn Ingram allegedly shot into a door and came into the building, displaying a gun and firing shots inside and pointing a gun at them in a threatening manner while “demanding the location of an employee.”

Police arrived minutes later with a large, multi-agency response.

Court documents say that Richard Ingram Jr. told police he had come to the office to console his wife, Jazzlyn Ingram, who he said was having a “mental breakdown,” hugging her prior to her arrest and then “leaving the scene.” Documents state he had a concealed gun on his person and allegedly did not get out of his vehicle after being asked to by police.

Ingram was reportedly a former employee of the Spectrum office.


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Jazzlyn Ingram, 33, has been charged with:

  • discharging a weapon into occupied property
  • two counts of second-degree kidnapping
  • two counts of assault with a deadly weapon
  • discharging a firearm within city limits
  • injury to real property
  • possession of marijuana paraphernalia

Jazzlyn’s spouse Richard Ingram Jr., 36, has been charged with:

  • carrying a concealed weapon
  • resist and delay or obstruct a law enforcement official

Warrants estimate the damage to the door was about $500. No one was injured.