One dead and 11 shot at Youngstown State University
Authorities in northeast Ohio say a student at Youngstown State University in Ohio was killed and 11 other people, including six YSU students, were wounded in a shooting at a fraternity house just north of the Youngstown State University campus.
Police are in the process of identifying suspects, YSU statement said. Youngstown police Lt. Franklin Palmer says the shooting happened during a party early Sunday and no arrests have been made, but police have at least one suspect. The shooting occurred just after midnight. Palmer said the site of the shooting could be a fraternity house.
The Mahoning County coroner’s office has identified the dead student as 25-year-old Jamail E. Johnson and says he was shot in the head and legs.
YSU Police Chief John Gocala said that there was no threat to the campus, according to the YSU statement.
YSU President Cynthia E. Anderson said, “I want to express my deepest sympathies to the family of the student who died in this tragic act of violence, and to ask everyone to keep him and the other students in their thoughts and prayers,”