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FRANKLINTON — A man wanted for shooting into a car and injuring a man turned himself in to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office last week.
Marquis Terrell Copeland, 35, was wanted for assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill and firing a handgun into an occupied vehicle, according to a wanted poster from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.
Copeland turned himself in Friday and was placed in the Franklin County Detention Center with a $300,000 secured bond, according to Terry Wright, chief of staff at the sheriff’s office.
Copeland is accused of shooting Antoine Steed “following a dispute” on Nov. 17, Wright said last week.
The shooting happened at 11:25 p.m. on Cedar Hills Drive in Franklinton.
Steed was taken to Duke University Medical Center for treatment. His condition was not provided.