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Police: Brother of man shot during home invasion jailed

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GREENVILLE, N.C. - One of the victims in a weekend home-invasion is in jail.

It happened Sunday on Fleming St. in Greenville.


Police say Kavon Jenkins has been charged with PWIMSD Heroin, Posession of Drug Paraphernailia, and Maintain dwelling/place for sale of control substance. His arrest stems from items found in his home during the shooting investigation.

Jenkins is the brother of the victim who was shot. He was also in the house at the time of the incident.

Kwame Jenkins is expected to be okay after 2 men burst into the home and shot him.

Both suspects wore black and demanded money when they got inside. They got away with cash.

Officers say they don't believe the shooting was random. They're still investigating.
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