Youngstown Police Arrests The Suspects Of Frat House ShootingFebruary 7th, 2011 - 8:59 pm ICT by GD
By Meena Kar
Feb 7, (THAINDIAN NEWS) Youngstown State University witnessed the worst mishap early on Sunday, as an unexpected shooting led to the death of one student, Jamail E. Johnson, 25, and left, 11 more injured, while they gathered at the Fraternity party of the University. Jamail E. Johnson died on spot, after an injury on head and legs, at the Off-campus party. However, the good part is, two of the suspects have been arrested by the Youngstown Police officers.
Youngstown Police officers and the Violent Crimes Task Force took just twelve hours to trace the two suspects, identified as Columbus Jones Jr. and Braylon Rogers, and arrested them at 4:30 p.m. Jimmy Hughes, Police Officer said that both the suspects were equipped with semi-automatic handguns, who started shooting at the location “within the door”. After searching just two homes in the south side, they easily arrested them, with the help of the information provided by the eye witnesses coupled with the expertise of the intelligence agency. An eye witness said that the shooting took place at about 3:30 on Sunday morning. The two were asked to leave the party, after an apparent dispute within themselves. However, after leaving the house, they returned with guns after sometime, to open fire. The eye witness added that there were more than 50 people in the party, when the shooting took place.
So far, they have not revealed anything about the criminal history of these suspects, but are under the impression that at least one of these two, should be having past records of Juvenile delinquency. Reportedly, Columbus Jones Jr. and Braylon Rogers are also the students from the same university, who have now been charged with “aggravated murder”, “felonious assault” and also “Shooting inside a residence”. Cynthia Anderson, Youngstown State University President, has expressed her grief and sympathy for, Jamail E. Johnson, who left for the heavenly abode after the incident.
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