Shots fired near Asheville Mall, suspect in custody

 (Asheville Citizen-Times) Asheville police on Monday arrested a South Carolina man on charges that he unleashed multiple shots at a vehicle on South Tunnel Road near an entrance to Asheville Mall. The shooter, Romick said, wrecked at a mall entrance and ran toward the mall, discarding his gun and helmet. The man, later identified as 52-year-old Isaac Allen Beverly, entered the mall at the Barnes & Noble entrance. About 20 officers responded to the mall and secured the entrances, Romick said, and a team of four officers entered the mall to apprehend Beverly.Multiple witnesses called 911 to report the shooting about 5:10 p.m. Monday and described a man riding a motorcycle and shooting at a vehicle occupied by two other men, Asheville police Sgt. Dave Romick said.

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Flash flooding from heavy rain overnight has forced the evacuation of dozens of people in Woodfin. Some of the families along Weaverville Road had to be rescued by boat after their homes became flooded with 8 to 10 feet of water. About 30 people had to be evacuated. Three people were taken to Mission Hospital. The rescue and evacuation started about 3:00am.

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flooding from heavy rain overnight has forced the evacuation of dozens of people in Woodfin

Read More at: http://wlos.com/shared/news/features/top-stories/stories/wlos_flooding-forces-evacuations-16026.shtml

Flash flooding from heavy rain overnight has forced the evacuation of dozens of people in Woodfin. Some of the families along Weaverville Road had to be rescued by boat after their homes became flooded with 8 to 10 feet of water. About 30 people had to be evacuated. Three people were taken to Mission Hospital. The rescue and evacuation started about 3:00am

Read More at: http://wlos.com/shared/news/features/top-stories/stories/wlos_flooding-forces-evacuations-16026.shtml

Flash flooding from heavy rain overnight has forced the evacuation of dozens of people in Woodfin. Some of the families along Weaverville Road had to be rescued by boat after their homes became flooded with 8 to 10 feet of water. About 30 people had to be evacuated. Three people were taken to Mission Hospital. The rescue and evacuation started about 3:00am.

Read More at: http://wlos.com/shared/news/features/top-stories/stories/wlos_flooding-forces-evacuations-16026.shtml

Flash flooding from heavy rain overnight has forced the evacuation of dozens of people in Woodfin. Some of the families along Weaverville Road had to be rescued by boat after their homes became flooded with 8 to 10 feet of water. About 30 people had to be evacuated. Three people were taken to Mission Hospital. The rescue and evacuation started about 3:00am.

Read More at: http://wlos.com/shared/news/features/top-stories/stories/wlos_flooding-forces-evacuations-16026.shtml

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