N.C. State’s Terry Henderson arrested after pellet gun incident

Terry Henderson has found trouble before getting in a game with his new team.

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North Carolina State guard Terry Henderson and another man have been arrested after a pellet gun was fired at a car, police said Tuesday.

Henderson and Shawn Jerome Dunn were arrested early Monday morning, Raleigh Police Department spokesman Jim Sughrue said.

According to police, a pellet gun was fired at a vehicle shortly after midnight Monday in north Raleigh, roughly 10 miles across town from the N.C. State campus.

Henderson is charged with carrying a concealed weapon and discharging a firearm within the city limits, Sughrue said, and Dunn is charged with injury to personal property and discharging the pellet gun.

Sughrue said at least one of the men knew the person whose car was shot.

N.C. State spokesman Fred Demarest said Henderson made school officials aware of the incident, and the school is awaiting "the forthcoming court proceedings" before commenting further.

Henderson is sitting out this season after transferring from West Virginia.