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Police arrest first suspect after fatal shooting at Chatham County home
Updated June 10, 2020 7:40 a.m. EDT

Bear Creek, N.C. — Police have arrested one suspect in connection with the May 20 shooting death of Emerson David Batsche.

Kenneth Joseph Bass Jr., 18, was arrested Wednesday, and Shyquaule Javon Fisher, 25, is still wanted.
Both live on Dobbins Drive in Chapel Hill and are charged with second degree murder and obstruction of justice.

Bass was also charged with aid and abet armed robbery, and Fisher was charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon.

A search for Fisher is currently underway. Anyone with any information on his whereabouts is encouraged to call 911.

The shooting occurred before 1 a.m. in a home at 15 Artis Cotton Road in Bear Creek. According to the Chatham County Sheriff's Office, Batsche, 20, who lived in the home, died at the scene.


Arrest made in Batsche murder

BEAR CREEK — The Chatham County Sheriff’s Office has announced a second arrest in the May 20 killing of a Bear Creek man.

Tyree Allsbrook, 19
, whose residence is listed as 164 Alston Rd. in Apex, which is located in Chatham County, was arrested Thursday and charged with felony first degree murder in connection with the murder of Emerson Batsche, 20, of Bear Creek.

Allsbrook faces multiple felony charges in addition to first degree murder, including robbery with a dangerous weapon, conspiracy to sell and deliver a schedule VI drug, possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule VI drug and possession of a firearm with a defaced serial number. Schedule VI drugs include marijuana and marijuana derivatives.

Batsche died as the result of a gunshot wound to the chest while at his residence off Pittsboro-Goldston Road in Bear Creek that occurred in the early-morning hours of May 20. On June 8, the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office issued second-degree murder arrest warrants for Kenneth Joseph Bass Jr., 18, and Shyquaule Javon Fisher, 25 in the connection to the case. Bass was soon apprehended by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, but Fisher remains at large.


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