by Tony Rutherford HuntingtonNews.Net Reporter
Multiple Shooting Near Campus of Marshall University’s Former 1-AA Play For Champions Football Rival

YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO (HNN) – A 25-year-old man has died and eleven others have suffered wounds following a shooting spree at a fraternity near Youngstown State University.  Three of the victims remain hospitalized, including a 17-year-old girl in critical condition after a shot to the head.

During a press conference Sunday, Feb. 6, Youngstown Police Chief Jimmy Hughes announced the arrest of two men in their early twenties. They face aggravated murder, shooting into a home, and 11 felonious assault charges. The suspects are not YSU students.

The gunfire erupted at about 3:30 a.m. at what the chief called a “spontaneous party” at a fraternity house. The two suspects had been previously escorted out of the party. They allegedly returned with semi-automatic weapons and opened fire.

The dead student has been identified as senior Jamail Johnson.

YSU officials have beefed up security on campus. Classes will go on as usual Monday, Feb. 7.