Jerman Beathea Death – A house party in Macomb, Michigan, was the scene of a shooting that left one person dead and 10 others injured. One individual has been arrested in connection with the investigation into the murder. Macomb resident Donell D. Williams, 23, was taken into custody and found to be in possession of a pistol, according to the Macomb Police Department. Police say Williams was in possession of a felony amount of illegal drugs, along with the firearm, which led to the Armed Violence charge. Williams is linked to the crime scene and investigators are examining evidence and exploring every avenue.
It was also possible to determine the identity of the person who was shot and murdered. According to the police, Jerman Beathea, 26, succumbed to his gunshot wounds at the site and died. The amount of the bond for Williams has been set at $500,000. The Metropolitan Police Department was dispatched to the 500 block of North Johnson Street on Saturday morning at approximately 1:55 a.m. in response to a report of shots being fired in the area.An altercation at an off-campus house party led to gunfire, which resulted in the death of one person and the injuries of ten others, some of whom were students at Western Illinois University (WIU).
When the police arrived, they discovered that the incident had resulted in the death of one individual. Several of the 10 injured had superficial gunshot wounds, but all the injured were taken to McDonough District Hospital, MDH, in Macomb. Some of the victims were triaged at MDH and then transferred to area Level One Trauma Centers by ambulance because weather prohibited helicopter evacuation at the time, according to the Macomb Police Department, MPD
WIU students accounted for six of those injured in the incident. The names of those who were hurt will not be made public, according to the police. According to the latest information provided by the police, it is currently expected that victims who have been treated at a hospital or trauma center will make a full recovery. This is an investigation that is still going on. Any calls to Crime Stoppers, which may be placed at (309) 836-3222, will be kept confidential, and the police are urging anyone who may have footage, photographs, or information to do so. Send any videos or photographs to the following email address: [email protected].
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