Mother of 8 killed in Greensboro shooting

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Police say a man and a woman are dead following a shooting early Friday morning in east Greensboro. 

Officers responded to a "shots fired" call on North Dudley Street near North Carolina A&T's campus around 7 a.m. School officials issued an 'Aggie Alert' and advised all students and staff on campus to remain inside with doors locked. 

Police identified the victims as Rodney Letroy Stout, 34 and Bakeea Abdulla Douglas, 34, both from Greensboro. 

Douglas' cousin, Yashika Rogers, said Douglas was a mother of eight. She said her cousin was "full of life and the life of the party." She also said Douglas was from New Jersey and moved to North Carolina "for a better life" for her children. 

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