Youngstown State shooting leaves one person dead and 11 injured.
Youngstown State shooting leaves one person dead. A shooting at Youngstown State happened near a fraternity house. The incident occurred just north of the university campus.
Shots were fired during a party early Sunday. There have been no arrests have made, but police have at least one suspect according to Youngstown police Lt. Franklin Palmer. The deceased victim has been identified as 25-year-old Jamail E. Johnson, who was a student at Youngstown State.
He was shot once in the head and multiple times in his hips and legs. The 11 injured victims were taken to nearby St. Elizabeth Health Center. Eight of them had been treated and released by early afternoon, statedÂ hospital spokeswoman Tina Creighton. She was unable to discuss the conditions of the other three patients.
The school in northeast Ohio said in a statement that YSU President Cynthia Anderson met students and their families as the hospital this morning and called it “a sad day for the YSU family.” The shooting to place at a two-story brick house in a neighborhood of once-elegant homes, many of which are now boarded up. No one answered a knock at the door Sunday afternoon.