Understudy suspect in care after 3 football players shot dead and 2 individuals injured at the College of Virginia, police say
Police have in guardianship a College of Virginia understudy associated with lethally shooting three football players
And injuring two others late Sunday at the school's principal grounds in Charlottesville as a transport got back from a class field trip, school authorities said.
The suspect, Christopher Darnell Jones Jr., has to deal with three penalties of second-degree murder and three includes of involving a handgun in the commission of a crime,
UVA Police Boss Timothy Longo Sr. told correspondents Monday morning as an hourslong manhunt reached a conclusion and specialists lifted a lockdown request.
Those killed were Devin Chandler, Lavel Davis Jr. what's more, D'Sean Perry, all individuals from the UVA football crew, college President Jim Ryan said.
The two injured understudies are being treated at UVA Clinical Center, with one in basic condition and the other looking great, he expressed, declining to name them.
"This is a miserable, stunning and unfortunate day for our UVA people group," Ryan said. "Allow me to say how profoundly sorry I am for the people in question and for their loved ones."