With the help of the FBI , two men were arrested on Sunday in connection with an Ohio shooting. Twenty-five year old student, Jamail Johnson of Girard Ohio, was killed while 11 other were wounded. Johnson was killed off campus of Youngstown State University, in a house nearby. The names of the 19 and 22 year olds who were arrested have not yet been released, and both remain un-charged at this point. Police are no longer looking for any other suspects.
According to Tina Creighton, spokeswoman for St. Elizabeth’s Health Center, all but three of the eleven people hurt had been treated and released by Sunday afternoon. Governor of Ohio, John Kasich said he was both, “shocked and saddened” by the events of the shooting and has extended state resources to both the university and local law enforcement.
At the time of the shooting, members of the fraternity Omega Psi Phi, were having a party in the house where Johnson was killed. Police found several shell casings from two semiautomatic handguns, and described shots as being “indiscriminately fired” within the house. Both suspects had been identified by witnesses as locals to the area. They had attended the party earlier in the evening, but were thrown out. They then returned and began firing. A friend of the victim stated that Johnson was a genuinely good person with big plans for the future, and that he was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time.
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