Three arrested after shooting on Wiley College campus

On Wednesday, Marshall Police Department dispatchers received several 911 calls in reference to shots being fired on the campus of Wiley College.

When officers arrival, they found several shell casings from a .40 caliber weapon and several witnesses saying that the suspect had gotten into a black four door Crown Victoria heading northbound on Wiley Avenue.

Officers then found the vehicle and two men that had just gotten out of the vehicle. The two guys were later identified as Christopher Manning, 18, and Eric Davis, 20. The Davis subject was identified as one of the men involved in a verbal altercation prior to the shooting.

During the investigation it was found that Manning had been on campus with a weapon and Davis had threatened another student during a verbal altercation. It was also discovered that there was a third male subject involved in the shooting incident. Manning was placed under arrest for several outstanding warrants from the MPD and also for exhibition of a firearm, while Davis was placed under arrest for terroristic threat.

On Thursday, November 6, 2008 the third subject was identified by a photo lineup. Witnesses identified Derrick Dewayne Johnson, 20 as the subject who shot several rounds on the campus of Wiley College.

Johnson was arrested on Friday morning.

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