According to Columbus police murder investigators, the tragic killing last month inside a Roosters diner on the city’s Northeast Side was caused by a feud among two former schoolmates and friends. On February 18, an 18-year-old male was shot at and died at a Roosters diner in Northland. According to authorities, Jesus Castro, aged 18, of South Linden, was apprehended on a murder conviction on Wednesday in reference to the deadly shooting of 18-year-old Marshawn Davis that took place last month.
Who is Marshawn Davis?
Marshawn Davis was a native of Columbus, Ohio, and was a talented, young man who had a lot to look forward to in this life. He recently celebrated his 18th birthday only a few days before his death on February 18. Greg M. Davis and Veronica K. were his parents. They were devastated and have been in mourning ever since the news of Davis’s death broke out. Davis was a happy, carefree teenage boy who loved hanging out with his family and friends. He was murdered by his old classmate with whom he had attended school. Davis’ cremation took place at Shaw-Davis Funeral Homes on March 5, 2022, as per his obituary.
Why was Marshawn Davis murdered?
Marshawn Davis and Jesus Castro were “former schoolmates and attended the same classes together for numerous years,” as per court documents. Sources informed authorities that Castro had threatened to murder Davis in the past, according to court filings. Marshawn Davis was murdered at the Roosters diner, 2454 E. Dublin-Granville Rd., approximately 10:15 P.M, on February 18. He was hanging around near the restaurant’s entryway, waiting for his food to be served. Just then, someone opens the diner’s outer entrance, fires at minimum one gunshot into the vestibule space, and afterward flees, according to surveillance tape. Marshawn Davis and another individual dashed into the diner, where Marshawn slumped from a bullet wound and was declared dead by rescuers at 10:25 P.M. Jesus Castro was detained on Wednesday night following reportedly colliding with covert SWAT trucks operated by Columbus security forces. He was accused of killing and is being detained in the Franklin County prison as of Thursday.
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