Fraternity shooting leaves one dead, 11 injured

By Mike Munzenrider

A shooting at a Youngstown, Ohio fraternity killed one person, and injured 11 more, early Sunday morning.

Two men were arrested Sunday, on charges of aggravated murder, shooting into a house and 11 counts of felonious assault, according to The Associated Press.

The dead victim was identified as Jamail E. Johnson, 25, a student at Youngstown State University, and a member of the fraternity, according to The Associated Press.

The shooting occurred following an altercation, in which the two men were thrown out of a party, reports AFP.

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