From left to right: Antonio Boseman Jr. and Clarence Shivers. (Asheville Police Dept.)
ASHEVILLE, NC (FOX Carolina) -
Police said they have arrest warrants out for two Asheville men who recently attended a community event encouraging them to avoid committing crimes.
The event titled Changing Together was held March 22. Asheville police said the men in question attended the event along with community members, local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, the District Attorney's office and area social service providers.
Those in attendance were told that if they continue on a violent path, law enforcement officers will make sure they receive the most severe sentencing under the law, but if an offender chooses to change their behavior, they will work with them to provide assistance.
Most recently a warrant for felony assault by strangulation was issued for Antonio Boseman Jr., 20, after police said he attacked a woman June 15 about 3:30 p.m. at the Ledgewood Village Apartments. They said Boseman has a history of assaultive behavior and drug-related charges.
Another attendee is wanted on two warrants for attempted murder. Police said Clarence Shivers, 34, shot two men May 13 at the Lee Walker Heights Apartments.
Investigators said the men should be considered dangerous.
Anyone with any information as to his whereabouts can call CrimeStoppers at 828-255-5050 or police at 828-252-1110.
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