Update: Two more arrested in Greenville motel shooting - WHLT 22 Connecting the Pine Belt

Update: Two more arrested in Greenville motel shooting

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GREENVILLE, N.C. - Greenville Police took two more men into custody Thursday afternoon in connection with the shooting at the Economy Inn off Stantonsburg Road.

They charged Dymel Dquan Clark and Jermaine Spruill with Attempted First Degree Murder and Assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflecting serious injury. 

Clark is at the Pitt County Detention Center under a $500,000 bond.  Spruill's also at the detention center but has a $1,000,000 secured bond.

Police say the two shot Demarus Onte Williams multiple times in the hotel parking lot.

Another man was previously arrested and faces conspiracy charges.

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Greenville Police report, via their Twitter account, that Jordan Allen Stokes, identified as the suspect in the Economy Inn shooting, has been arrested and charged with two counts of felony conspiracy and booked in the Pitt County Detention Center under a $2,000,000 bond.

The tweet reads:
"JUST IN: Economy Inn shooting suspect ID'd as Jordan Allen Stokes. Charged with two counts of felony conspiracy. In PCDC under $2 MIL bond"

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Police are investigating a weekend shooting at the Economy Inn.
     
Police say when they got to the Stantonsburg Road Motel, they found a man who was shot several times.
     
The victim was transported to Vidant Medical Center and is expected to survive.
     
Police believe a fight between two groups led to the shooting.
     
The motel's manager tells 9 On Your Sid the victim was not a guest. At this time police are not releasing his name.
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