Chase Meola Killed: A previous secondary school football champion from New Jersey was shot and killed in an Ohio back street early Sunday morning, specialists there said. Pursue Meola, 23, a Mahwah local learning at the Ohio State University, was found by police reacting to reports of a shooting in a back street in Columbus.
“Officials showed up to discover a casualty with a discharge wound, who was articulated perished at the scene,” the college’s public wellbeing office said in an announcement.
The office said Columbus police were talking with “people of intrigue” and had just charged one think.
Columbus police said Kintie Lanod Mitchell Jr., 18, of Columbus was accused of homicide. It was muddled whether he had a lawyer. Media reports show he had recently been captured on thievery charges.
Specialists said the shooting followed a contest outside “a local gathering in the territory,” yet gave no different subtleties.
“The Ohio State University people group is in grieving, and our most profound sympathies and backing go to the loved ones of Chase,” the college said.
Meola was an individual from the Mahwah High School Thunderbirds, who in 2015 won the school’s first sectional title in quite a while.
An understudy in the college’s Fisher School of Business, the Bergen County local said on his LinkedIn profile he tried to be a budgetary expert.
“Money Street is the place I might want to see my self soon. Ohio State was an extraordinary spot for me learn and flawless every one of my aptitudes,” he composed.