Qmega Psi Phi Frat House Shooting Victim: Everyone Just Ran
They reportedly both returned with semi-automatic guns and fired several shots into the home from the doorway.
- YSU senior Jamail E. Johnson, 25, killed
- Shavai Owens, 17, shot in ear and critically injured
- Jaleesa Moore, 20, shot in right elbow and left side
- Durrell Richardson, 31, of Girard, shot in left thigh
- Sean Griffin, 19, of Youngstown, shot in foot
- Ebony Mickel, 20, of Youngstown, shot in foot
- Jordan Wagner, 20, of Youngstown, shot in shoulder and foot
- TeJohn Lawrence, 19, of Youngstown, shot in foot
- Jamie Russin, 20, of Youngstown, shot in pelvis
- D'Anthony Brown, 17, of Youngstown, shot in foot
- Lisette Encarnacion, 19, of Youngstown, shot in buttock
- Selina Howard, 17, of Youngstown, grazed in left hand and left leg
While authorities aren't saying what they believe his role was in the shooting or giving many other details, they did confirm that Jackson is being held on a charge of carrying a concealed weapon.
Columbus Jones Jr. and Braylon Rogers, both of Youngstown, already face several charges for allegedly opening fire at the off-campus party, killing 25-year-old Youngstown State University senior Jamail Johnson.
Eleven others were injured, one critically.
Police would not say if they believe there were additional shooters, but they believe Jones and Rogers are key players in the crime.
"We wholeheartedly believe at this point that ... there are other individuals involved," said police Chief Jimmy Hughes. "We are investigating that. Hopefully, it will materialize in arrests."
Jackson was arrested during the execution of a series of search warrants Wednesday afternoon.
City Prosecutor Jay Macejko said Thursday morning the suspect arrested was involved in the events that led up to the shooting.
"We've made over 50 different interviews," said Hughes. "We've searched locations, we've gathered, relooked at evidence. We still have evidence we're sending to the lab."
Police said they are continuing to interview several witnesses and collect additional evidence trying to piece together exactly what happened.
"We're putting it together, and by doing so, it's pointing in other directions," said Hughes. "Additional individuals who are involved, and we're hopefully, we will be executing arrest warrants on additional individuals that's involved in this."