Feb 7, 2011 10:23 AM by Nichole Larkey & AP
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) - A day after a college student was shot
dead at an Ohio fraternity house and 11 people were wounded, the
governor, college officials and friends were hoping to find some
explanation for the violence.
Authorities say two men had left the gathering in Youngstown
after a dispute early Sunday and then returned and sprayed bullets
into the crowd.
Two suspects were arrested on charges of aggravated murder,
shooting into a house and 11 counts of felonious assault. The
Mahoning County Jail identified them Monday as 19-year-old Braylon
Rogers and 22-year-old Columbus E. Jones Jr. Jail officials did not
know whether the men have attorneys.
Youngstown State University senior Jamail E. Johnson was fatally
wounded at the Omega Psi Phi fraternity house party. The 11 wounded
include a critically wounded 17-year-old.