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Garfield Heights Murder Suspect on the Run, Chance of Flurries, Fake Gun Scare at UT

Rodney Roberts. (Source: Garfield Heights Police) Rodney Roberts. (Source: Garfield Heights Police)
GARFIELD HEIGHTS, OH (WOIO) - Garfield Heights Police are searching for a suspect after a deadly shooting.
It happened around 9 p.m. Wednesday in the 13500 block of Saybrook Ave.
36-year-old Calvin Jackson was shot multiple times in the home, where three or four children were inside. The mother was also believed to be in the home. Police say the shooting stemmed from an argument with a family member.
Police have obtained a warrant for 30-year-old Rodney Roberts, who is currently on the run.

THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy. Bitter cold again.  Chance of some flurries. High: 33

THURSDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy. LOW: 27

FRIDAY: Cloudy to start with a flake or two then some sunshine by the afternoon. High: 32

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) - A University of Toledo student has been arrested after the school says he had a fake gun on campus.
The University of Toledo says campus police received a report from a staff member of a person with a gun on campus around 10 p.m. Tuesday. UT says officers located and arrested Kushal Swami in his residence on campus. They say Swami had a toy gun in his possession at the time.
Swami has been charged with inducing panic, violating the Safe School Act and disorderly conduct. He was booked into the Lucas County Jail.
UT released the following statement on the matter:
Around 10 p.m. last night, the UT Police Department responded to a call from a staff member reporting a person with what appeared to be a gun. Officers quickly located resident Kushal Swami in his room with a toy gun in his possession. Swami was charged with inducing panic, violating the Safe School Act and disorderly conduct and booked in Lucas County Jail. The safety of the UT community is our top priority and we have no tolerance for those who would call that into question with irresponsible behavior.

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