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Updates on Mass Shooting

Ongoing investigation | Five-day Report provided below

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Friday, Dec. 1:
12 p.m.:
Police Body Cam Footage Released

In the continued spirit of transparency, the City of Raleigh and Police Chief Estella Patterson petitioned the Superior Court to release video that captured interactions of Raleigh Police Department officers on October 13. After reviewing this request, the presiding judge authorized the release of the video.

A compilation of videos with captions can be found here: https://youtu.be/10isNlk5iws

Copies of the complete recordings authorized by the Court for public release can be seen at these links:

Thursday, Oct. 20:
2:00 p.m.:
Five-day Report

The City of Raleigh is providing a copy of the five-day report regarding the officer-involved shooting on October 13.

Review the five-day report: Five-Day Report from October 13.pdf

Monday, Oct. 17:
10:30 a.m.:

The Neuse River greenway trail between Buffaloe Road and Anderson Point Park has re-opened. 

Friday, Oct. 14:
12 p.m.:

The Neuse River greenway trail will be closed between Buffaloe Road and Anderson Point Park until further notice to support the ongoing investigation.

Section Of Neuse River Greenway Remains Closed

Friday, Oct. 14:
9:30 a.m.:

Chief Patterson has released the names of the victims involved in yesterday’s mass shooting:


  • Nicole Connors, B/F, 52
  • Susan Karnatz, W/F, 49
  • Mary Marshall, W/F, 35
  • RPD Officer Gabriel Torres, H/M, 29 and
  • 16-year-old white male


  • Marcille Gardner, B/F, 59
  • RPD Officer Casey Clark, W/M, 33

The mass shooting investigation is ongoing. As is customary, the Raleigh Police Department will provide a Five-day Report once they have more details.

Anyone will information about the shooting can anonymously report it by calling our Crime Stoppers line at 919-996-1193.

Friday, Oct. 14:
7:30 a.m.:

A press conference regarding last evening's mass shooting will be held around 8:30 a.m. this morning. 

You can watch the press conference on our City of Raleigh Facebook page or on these local media pages:

Friday, Oct. 14:
12:24 a.m.

Police, city, and state officials will provide an update on the mass shooting Friday, October 14, at 8:30 a.m. at the Municipal Building, 222 West Hargett Street. 


  • On Thursday, Oct. 13, Raleigh-Wake Emergency Communications received a call around 5:13 p.m. regarding a person shot near the 6000 block of Osprey Cove Drive. 
  • Five people died, including a Raleigh Police Officer.
  • Two people were injured, one a Raleigh Police Officer who has been released from the hospital.
  • A white, male juvenile suspect was arrested at 9:37 p.m.
  • Multiple agencies assisted Raleigh Police in investigating the incident and apprehending the suspect.

Thursday, Oct. 13
9:45 p.m.:

The suspect has been taken into custody. Additional information will be released at the appropriate time.

Thursday, Oct. 13
9:30 p.m.: 

More updates to come as details unfold. 

Please check the City of Raleigh Police Department's social media accounts for City updates:

For updates from local media:

Thursday, Oct. 13
8:30 p.m.: 

A press conference regarding the ongoing active shooter situation was held shortly after 8:30 p.m. this evening at the Raleigh Municipal Building located at 222 W. Hargett Street.

Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin, City Manager Marchell Adams-David, and Raleigh Police Department Lieutenant Jason Borneo were present.