Three people were hurt at a party near Mount Gilead in the early morning hours of Fri., Dec. 26, 2014.
Reports say 28-year-old Mitchell Antonio Threadgill of Norwood was seriously injured when he received three gunshot wounds at the party at the home of James Pemberton on Hwy. 109 just north of town.
Threadgill was airlifted to UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, where he was in stable condition Friday afternoon. No additional information has been made available since that time.
The two others injured by gunfire are 25-year-old Jerome Dumas of Asheboro and 25-year-old Fabian Dumas of Mount Gilead. Both were treated at FirstHealth Montgomery Memorial Hospital in Troy.
Capt. Kelsey Brown of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office told the Courier-Tribune Threadgill and another party were exchanging gunfire and that the other injured men were bystanders.