An argument led to a Salisbury shooting that left two people dead and two others injured early Saturday.
Around 2:15 a.m., Salisbury police responded to calls of shots fired in the 100 block of West Fisher Street in downtown Salisbury.
Daquan Robertson, 23, was found dead by police at the scene, authorities said. Anthony Eugene Gill, 22, was taken to Novant Health Rowan Medical Center where he died of his injuries.
Two other gunshot victims, Quandarius Rasheim Davis and Kayla Bennette McCullers, were also taken to that hospital. Davis was treated and released. McCullers was taken to a trauma hospital.
Evidence on the scene showed multiple shots were fired. Police said the motive and circumstances of the shooting are still under investigation.
Another gunshot victim arrived at Lexington Memorial Hospital. Police are still determining if this was related to the shooting on West Fisher Street.
A spokesperson from Go Burrito posted on the store’s Facebook page that the shooting happened in front of the restaurant. The post said customers and employees locked the doors and barricaded themselves in the restaurant until police arrived.
The N. C. State Bureau of Investigation is assisting the Salisbury Police Department with the investigation.
There are no arrests yet.
Jamie Gwaltney: 704-358-5612, @jamielgwaltney