Woman injured in Greensboro triple shooting dies; second suspect charged


Tyriq Christopher McCain (left) and Jeffery Bernard Cobb

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — One of three people shot at a house on Huffine Mill Road on Sept. 1 has died.

Doris Hampton Leach, 72, of 1100 Huffine Mill Road, was shot at her home on Sept. 1, police said. She was taken to Moses Cone Hospital and died Monday, said Doug Allred, a spokesman for the hospital.

Two other people were shot in the incident. Takwan Dequinten Luster, 26, of Greensboro, remains in stable condition. Tyriq Christopher McCain, 16, Greensboro, was treated for his wounds and has been released from the hospital.

McCain is the second person to be charged with first-degree burglary and attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon in connection with the shooting.

On Sept. 4, Greensboro police arrested Jeffery Bernard Cobb, 29, of Greensboro, and charged him with first-degree burglary and attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon.

Police are awaiting the results of ballistics testing to determine, in conjunction with the District Attorney, if additional charges are warranted in connection with Leach’s death.

Cobb and McCain are confined in the Greensboro Jail Central on $150,000 secured bonds.

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