UVA Shooter Suspect Now In Custody
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ESPN - Former University of Virginia football player Christopher Darnell Jones Jr., suspected of killing three football players and wounding two other students on campus this weekend, is now in custody. During a news conference, University of Virginia president Jim Ryan confirmed the three Cavaliers football players that were shot and killed: junior receiver Lavel Davis Jr. of Dorchester, South Carolina; junior receiver Devin Chandler of Huntersville, North Carolina; and junior defensive end/linebacker D'Sean Perry of Miami. "Let me say how deeply sorry I am for the victims and for their family and friends," Ryan said.
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Christopher Darnell Jones Jr. is accused of killing three members of the football team and wounding two other students at the University of Virginia. Jones was on a field trip to Washington, D.C. with other students. After seeing a play, they all had a meal together and returned to campus on a chartered bus. That's when Jones allegedly started shooting. Devin Chandler, Lavel Davis Jr., and D'Sean Perry were killed in the incident.
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Congressman-elect Maxwell Frost shared that a former campaign worker had to "run for his life" during Sunday night's shooting at the University of Virginia. "This is why we need action on this issue," Frost said.