Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

1 Dead, 1 Charged in Shooting

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

1 Dead, 1 Charged in Shooting

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Police charged a man with murder Saturday after two people were shot, one fatally, during an argument at a Jacksonville Waffle House restaurant, police said.

Barry Edward Carrell, 26, was being held without bail Saturday night in the Duval County jail.

Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Sgt. Mike Perry said Carrell and a female companion got into an argument Friday night with two men at the Waffle House on Duval Road near Jacksonville International Airport. Perry said Carrell produced a gun and shot both men; one, 29-year-old Dwayne Parnell, died later. The name and condition of the second victim weren't available.

Carrell and the woman were apprehended after a traffic stop a few miles away from the restaurant, Perry said, but only Carrell was charged in the homicide. Court records show he has no felony or misdemeanor record in Duval County but does have a long history of traffic violations.

The Waffle House was open for business as of Saturday afternoon, and no employees were harmed in the shooting, a manager told the Times-Union.

Paul Pinkham and Matt Coleman

WOMAN, 18, ARRESTED AFTER 3 PEOPLE STABBED

Police have arrested an 18-year-old Jacksonville woman on charges of repeatedly stabbing three people last month at a block party on Lee Street, including a teenager the police say was impregnated by the father of the suspect's child.

Tiffany Cindy Felton remained jailed Saturday night in lieu of $50,000 bail following her arrest Friday on three counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.

The victims - ages 13, 17 and 21 - said they were attacked by Felton and two teenagers Sept. 27, when Felton pulled a knife and stabbed each victim numerous times, according to an arrest affidavit.

The 13-year-old said she was stabbed in the back 17 times.

The 17-year-old, pregnant by the father of Felton's child, told detectives she was stabbed numerous times in the arm, shoulder, back, chest and neck.

All three victims required hospitalization, according to the arrest report. …

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