CHICAGO (AP) — A man, 25-year-old Kellon Jones arrested concerning December shooting at a Chicago house party that left 13 people injured, Chicago police told on Saturday.
According to the police, Dec. 22 shooting began from a fight at a memorial party held in honor of someone murdered in April.
Officials have told that the shooting started inside a home in the city’s Englewood neighborhood, and more shots fired as people began escaping.
Police have told the sufferers ranged in age from 16 to 48. None of their injuries were fatal.
Charges And Punishments
According to a police statement, Kellon Jones arrested on Thursday. Jones charged with attempted murder and intensified assault.
It’s not apparent if Jones has an attorney who could comment on the accusations. Jones was due in court Saturday. Police didn’t issue any information regarding how investigators identified Jones.
Another man detained nearby quickly after the shooting and indicted with possession of a firearm by a felon and as a habitual armed criminal.
Prosecutors have told police halted 37-year-old Marciano White as he carried a bag near the house and discovered a .357-caliber pistol inside.
Through a December bail hearing, public defender Scott Finger told there was no evidence that White shot anyone.
Prosecutors told that they were expecting the results of forensic tests on the gun police discovered in White’s bag.