DAILYKENN.com -- Anthony Curtis Macneill, 32, posted this goodbye on Facebook: "Just killed someone. Leaving NC goodbye everyone."
That someone was apparently the father of his former girlfriend; his child's grandfather.
Macneill is black. His victim was a white man; 49-year-old Eugene Racine.
Deputies are searching for Anthony Curtis Macneill, 32, who officials say shot and killed his daughter’s grandfather early Sunday morning.
Macneill is considered armed and dangerous, officials say.
The suspect has been active on social media throughout the day, apparently posting to his Facebook page.
“Just killed someone… Leaving NC, goodbye everyone,” he appeared to post on what seemed to be his Facebook page.
Then later, “I’m not turning myself in. If I can’t make it out of NC I’m going to shoot myself.”
The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office responded to the shooting, which initiated as a domestic dispute, at 6617 Wake Forest Road in the College Downs subdivision of northern Fayetteville Sunday morning.
When deputies arrived, they found Eugene Racine, 48, had been shot. Racine was the grandfather of Macneill’s 15-month-old daughter.
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