March 10, 2019
Brent Deanglo Hairston.
Like all pack animals, negroes prefer to operate in groups.
If one of them is linked to a crime (it’s been known to happen), you can guarantee at least one other negro assisted him in some way.
A second suspect was arrested Tuesday and charged with first-degree murder in connection with the October 2017 shooting death of 29-year-old Michael Vincent Boulding.
Brent Deanglo Hairston, 27, of 5945 N.C. 700, Eden, already in federal custody for an unrelated crime, is being held without bond, according to the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office.
On Feb. 13, 18-year-old Shakaree Tyshon Lowe, of 323 S. Center Street, Eden, was also arrested in connection with the murder and charged with first-degree homicide. He remains in the Rockingham County Detention Center, also ineligible for bond.
According to an autopsy by the North Carolina Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Boulding died of gunshot wounds to the torso and left arm.
Five bullet fragments were recovered from five entry wounds on Boulding’s body.
Medical examiners concluded the wounds were caused either by two separate bullets or a single bullet striking the left forearm and then the torso.
Michael Vincent Boulding.