Update: In connection to the homicide of 14-year-old Terrance Green, who was fatally shot on Monday with two others injured, the police have identified two suspects.
According to a recent press release from Toledo police, Jermaine Johnson, 24, and Makala Anderson, 26, have been named as suspects.
On Wednesday, Anderson was arrested and booked into Lucas County Jail, facing a charge of premeditated aggravated murder.
Johnson, also facing a premeditated aggravated murder charge, is currently not in custody, as per police statements. An autopsy report revealed that Terrance Green was shot multiple times and succumbed to his injuries.
Another victim remains in critical condition, while the third victim sustained a graze injury during the shooting; a fourth individual involved was not harmed.
Officers discovered Green and the other victims after responding to a call reporting a person shot at the intersection of Mulberry Street and Bronson Avenue shortly after 1:15 p.m. All three victims were teenagers, according to police reports.
Terrance Green, the young individual who tragically fell victim to senseless gun violence in our community this afternoon, was a student at Woodward High School. Tomorrow, counselors will be available at the school to provide support for those in need of assistance in coping with the sudden loss of a classmate or student. Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to the families affected by this devastating incident.
A fatal shooting occurred on Monday at the intersection of Mulberry and Bronson, as reported by Toledo Police. One juvenile lost their life, and another is in critical condition.
The Toledo Police Department received a Shot Spotter alert indicating 10 to 15 rounds, along with a 911 call reporting a person shot in the afternoon.
Upon arrival, officers discovered two individuals with gunshot wounds. Subsequently, a third person informed the police that they had also been shot.
All three victims are male juveniles.
As per the Toledo Police Department, one of the victims succumbed to injuries at the hospital, another is currently in critical condition, and the third sustained a graze wound.
The incident occurred on the sidewalk, with no residences affected. Woodward High School underwent a temporary lockdown as a precautionary measure, which was subsequently lifted.
The police state that there are no identified suspects at this time.
This is a developing story that will be updated when more information is available.