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Gaston County Police ID ‘armed and dangerous’ suspect in double homicide



Gaston County Police have identified a 19-year-old man they consider “armed and dangerous” as a suspect in a double homicide late Thursday night near Kings Mountain.

Police have obtained warrants on two counts of first-degree murder for Michael Shane Barnes, who turned 19 on Saturday.

“Barnes is considered armed and dangerous. The public is cautioned not to interact with Barnes. Instead they are encouraged to contact 911,” states a release from Gaston County Police on Friday night.

Police say Barnes lives in Taylorsville. They describe him as being 5 feet 8, having sandy hair and blue eyes.

Barnes also faces an attempted first-degree murder charge in the same incident that left Robert Lucas “Luke” Gibby, 22, of Bessemer City, and Adam Kale Woods, 19, of Kings Mountain, dead.

Police were called to Lowery Wood Road and Lewis Farm Road at 11:45 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021, about a reported shooting.

When officers arrived they found both Woods and Gibby dead near the intersection.

According to his obituary Gibby, 19, was a business student at Appalachian State University. He was a graduate of Bessemer City High School, where he was a member of the varsity football and baseball teams, as well as a member of the National Honors Society and Beta Club. He is one of three children to Shawn and Samantha Gibby and was engaged to marry Taylor Jackson of Cherryville.

Approximately two hours later, another male, Todd Payton Lee Waggoner, 21, of Winston-Salem, entered Wake Forest Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem with non-life-threatening injuries. Waggoner reportedly had been at the scene earlier in the night.

Bullet holes can be seen in the driver side window as police investigate the scene of a double homicide at the intersection of Lewis Farm Road and Lowery Wood Road early Friday morning, Feb. 19, 2021.

Gaston County Police ask anyone with information about this investigation to contact Gaston County Police Detective J. Brienza at 704-866-3320. Information can also be provided through Crimestoppers at 704-861-8000.

A monetary reward is available for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of Barnes.

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