UPDATE: Wednesday 9:44 a.m.
The third suspect was arrested Tuesday night after the Craven County Sheriff's Office said a drive-by shooting took place in Dover on Mother's Day.
Deputies arrested Maurice Steele, 25, of New Bwithout incident. Steele is charged with felony shooting into an occupied property, felony animal cruelty, felony conspiracy, and damage to property.
Steele was wanted by deputies since the incident Sunday.
A second person was arrested by New Bern Police Department Tuesday in a Mother's Day drive-by shooting in which a dog was struck by gunfire, officials said.
Marquis Raquan Berry, 25, of Trent Court in New Bern was arrested Tuesday with shooting into occupied property, animal cruelty, conspiracy, and damage to property, according to a news release by the Craven County Sheriff's Office.
Monique Walker, 27, of Karen Drive in New Bern, was jailed on the same charges on Sunday.
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A third suspect is still being sought by the Sheriff's Office. A warrant has been issued for Maurice Steele, 25, of Karen Drive in New Bern, on the same charges as Walker and Berry.
According to the Sheriff's Office, deputies were called to the 300 block of Biddle Road in Dover on Sunday for a reported drive-by shooting. In addition to damage to the residence and a vehicle, the family pet was hit by the gunfire, but survived, officials said.
The Criminal Investigation Bureau was able to identify the suspect vehicle, as a 2017 blue Ford SUV, according to the release. New Bern police located the vehicle on Kensington Park Drive in New Bern.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Steele is asked to contact 252-636-6620, 252-633-2357 or 252-633-2020.
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