From North Carolina, a Sheriff’s deputy is going through criminal charges after said by authorities that to search for a missing girl he led a group of armed people in the wrong house.
On Friday, Attorney of New Hanover County District Ben David said that the worker named Jordan Kita in the Pender County Sheriff’s office is going to charged with trespassing a breaking as well as entering. On May 3, at the Laney High school in Wilmington the home of Dameon Shepard, News outlets report that Kita led an armed group of people.
The mission was unsuccessful in the all-white group to force their way into the home of the black tone Shepard. Kita was in search of a missing girl Lekayda Kempisty, a 15 years old girl who was missing earlier that day. Later on, she was found safe though.
The group of Kita was, in fact, looking for a man named Josiah who was living at the next door in its efforts to find leaky, as per the reports of a lawyer for Shepard’s family, who has started for preparing a civil lawsuit.
Shepard has cleared to the news outlets that he constantly tried to point out to the team that they had in the wrong house and that a yard signs out from the high school graduation to no avail. David had a big drought that there could be some sort of familial relationship between Kita and the girl.
Kita has been fired reported by Pender County Sherrif Alan Cutler. Another man in Kita’s group is also having a criminal charge for “ going armed to the terror of the public.” Gradually, the public terror was like the black teen was targeted by a white group in North Carolina.