Friday, October 27, 2017

Grambling State freshman Jaylin M. Wayne arrested in campus shooting that left two dead, including another student

It's good police arrested the bum!  It's shame for something like this to happen at Grambling.
Washington Post reports first came the calls to Grambling State University’s police chief, Gene Caviness, around midnight Tuesday, with distraught students reporting shots fired on the campus in northern Louisiana.

Then police found Earl Andrews, a 23-year-old Grambling senior, and his friend Monquiarious Caldwell, also 23. They were on the ground in a residential courtyard, both dead from gunshot wounds.
On Thursday, police arrested Jaylin M. Wayne, of St. Louis, after he turned himself in to law enforcement. He has been charged with first-degree murder.

Wayne is a freshman at the historically black university, school officials said.

The Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Department said the incident began with a disagreement between Wayne and Andrews. At some point during the fight, Wayne produced a firearm, shooting Andrews and Caldwell.

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