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Four arrested in shooting incident

Suffolk Police have arrested four teens following their investigation into a shooting into an occupied residence that occurred earlier this year, according to a city press release.

The incident occurred at approximately 3:55 p.m. Jan. 29 in the 200 block of Burnetts Way in the Burnett’s Mill neighborhood, and the residence, as well as a nearby vehicle, had been struck by gunfire. There were no injuries.

The following individuals have been arrested following direct indictment:

Dnardo James Iki Harrison, age 18, of Portsmouth, and Deonte Maurice Parker, age 18, of Suffolk, each arrested on a total of 14 charges, including maliciously shoot at occupied building or vehicle (3 counts), shoot firearm from vehicle (3 counts), conspiracy to commit a felony, willfully discharge firearm in public place (3 counts), destruction of property, monument (2 counts), contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and assault and battery by mob.

Terrance Matthew Granger Jr., age 18, of Portsmouth, was arrested on a total of 12 charges, including maliciously shoot at occupied building or vehicle (3 counts), shoot firearm from vehicle (3 counts), conspiracy to commit a felony, willfully discharge firearm in public place (2 counts), destruction of property, monument (1 count), contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and assault and battery by mob.

Petitions were also secured for a 17-year-old Suffolk male that was also involved in the incident, the release stated.