ELKIN — A Jonesville man has been charged following a capturing at Friendship Motor Speedway in Elkin on Saturday night time. In keeping with the Surry County Sheriff’s Workplace, on Sept. 11 at roughly 9:32 p.m., two off obligation deputies with the Surry County Sheriff’s Workplace have been working safety at Friendship Motor Speedway in Elkin after they have been notified that there was a capturing incident.
When deputies approached, they detained Yosef Amiel Helpful, of 110 South Jonesville Boulevard, Jonesville. Deputies observed Marty Allan Benge of Boonville and Devan Ray Gaddy of Grover had acquired non-life threating gunshot wounds. Each Benge and Gaddy acquired medical remedy for his or her accidents and have been transported by Surry County Emergency Companies to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Middle.
Detectives with the Surry County Sheriff’s Workplace arrived on the scene and arrested Yosef Amiel Helpful for 2 counts of assault with a lethal weapon with intent to kill inflecting severe damage and one rely of possession of a firearm by a felon.
In keeping with the Surry County Sheriff’s Workplace, the incident started when an altercation occurred between Benge and a Brandon Collins. In the course of the altercation, Helpful pulled a firearm out and fired at Benge, placing each Benge and Gaddy. This incident was an remoted one, in accordance with the Sheriff’s Workplace.
In the course of the investigation, detectives came upon that Helpful is at the moment on federal probation. Detectives have reached out to Helpful’s federal probation officer in order that they’re conscious of the incident.
Helpful acquired a secured bond of $350,000 and has a courtroom date scheduled for Sept. 28.
Anybody with extra info that would help with the investigation, is inspired to name the Surry County Sheriff’s Workplace at 336-401-8934 and communicate with Detective Mark Ward.
In a press launch on Sunday morning, Surry County Sheriff Steve C. Hiatt famous that he appreciated the help of the Elkin Police Division, Surry County Emergency Medical Companies, and the C.C. Camp Volunteer Hearth Division.