CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Three men have been indicted for their role in a drive-by shooting that killed a teenager and another man.
On March 25 at 1:30 p.m., prosecutors say Terrell Gray, Kassius Williams, and Charles Walker were driving westbound on Woodland Avenue between E. 89th Street and Buckeye Road when they fired on a vehicle with one adult, 20, and two juveniles, 15, 17. One of the juveniles, Tywain Johnson, 15, was hit three times and died.
During the shooting, David Wilder, 61, happened to be traveling westbound on Woodland Avenue, several car lengths behind the shooting. A stray bullet struck Wilder and killed him.
The three defendants then drove to St. Vincent Charity's emergency room to treat Gray for a gunshot wound to his hand. In response to the gunshot wound, the hospital contacted Cleveland Police, whom arrested all three at the hospital. Walker was charged with carrying a concealed weapon for bringing a firearm on the hospital premises. Williams was also charged with carrying a concealed weapon for bringing a firearm into a convenient store prior to the drive-by shooting.
The defendants are charged with aggravated murder, murder committed as a result of discharging a firearm on a public roadway, murder committed as a result of a felonious assault, discharging a firearm on a public roadway, felonious assault, and improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle.
All three are scheduled to be arraigned at 8:30 a.m. on April 14.