KERNERSVILLE, N.C. — Deputies arrested a man accused of killing his coworker at Clarios Manufacturing Facility in Kernersville.
The shooting happened late Tuesday night. The suspect, 29-year-old Diarus Mark Raynor, of Winston-Salem, was arrested on Friday.
Investigators said Raynor and his coworker, 34-year-old Erik Bailey, of Winston-Salem, got into a fight and Raynor shot Bailey.
Bailey died from his injuries at the scene.
Deputies said the two men knew each other and the shooting was not random.
No other employees were hurt.
Raynor was charged with felony voluntary manslaughter, discharging firearm within enclosure to incite fear, and misdemeanor carrying concealed weapons.
Raynor appeared before a magistrate and received a $500,000 bond. He's in the Forsyth County Jail.
Clarios wrote in a statement:
"Our sincere condolences go out to our colleagues' families, friends and co-workers. Clarios is closely managing the facility and fully cooperating with authorities to ensure the continued safety and support of our employees, their families, and the surrounding community, as the investigation into the incident continues."
Clarios employs more than 500 workers. It's not clear how many were present when the shooting happened.
This investigation is ongoing.