A second school shooting suspect was arrested after firing shots and injuring people during Morgan State University’s homecoming celebration in Baltimore.
School Shooting Suspect Arrested for Firing Shots and Injuring People, Including Students During University’s Homecoming Celebration in Baltimore
An 18-year-old school shooting suspect named Jovan Terrell Williams was arrested for firing shots and injuring five victims during Morgan State University’s homecoming celebration in Baltimore, wherein the school shooting suspect trespassed inside the university.
According to a report published in CBS News, authorities received a report about a school shooting suspect and another firing multiple shots during the coronation event of the Mister and Miss Morgan State when sudden gunfire from the school shooting suspect and another one left them running in fear for their lives.
Following the shooting incident, the campus immediately imposed a lockdown while authorities looked for the whereabouts of the school shooting suspect and announced the cancelation of other events, wherein they arrested the first school shooting suspect while the second one remained at large.
Second School Shooting Suspect Faces Multiple Charges After Firing Shots and Injuring People During Homecoming Celebration Events
The second school shooting suspect was finally arrested and faced multiple charges after firing shots and injuring people during the homecoming celebration events while the first school shooting suspect, aged 17, was already arrested.
Authorities continued to investigate the shooting incident and the reasons why the school shooting suspect and another one fired shots during the events while the university strengthened its security around the premises to ensure the safety of its students and employees, AP News reported.