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UVA Shooting: 3 Football Players Killed, Who is Under Custody? 

UVA shooting: 3 football players killed

UVA shooting: 3 football players killed

UVA shooting: 3 football players killed: The University of Virginia gets drowned in mourning because of three student death. These were Lavel Davis Jr., Devin Chandler, and DeSean Perry, who was killed on Sunday night in the parking garage.

The other two students remained wounded ensuring a shooting. One student was kept in custody as he is suspected of all this incident by University Police Chief Timothy Longo.

Longo stated that the shooting was held at 10:30 p.m. Sunday. After this school immediately become alert, “ACTIVE ATTACKER firearm reported in the area of Culbreth Road. RUN HIDE FIGHT.” 

All the classes made canceled Monday. “This is a message any leader hopes never to have to send, and I am devastated that this violence has visited the University of Virginia,” Ryan captioned on social media. “This is a traumatic incident for everyone in our community.”

“It’s then that I realized it was something real,” Lai said. He said he crack jocks on his Taiwanese friends, but he say, “I’m never going to make that kind of joke. That’s something real here.”

The dean of the College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Christa Acampora said that students made a well-organized vigil for “global worldwide love” for the university and that three students.

“Few of us have any training for what’s the right thing to do, so we have to lead with our hearts and listening ears,” Acampora said. “It is clear that it is a community that will need each other.”

Students feel appalled, at what happened on campus Sunday night. Vidar Hageman, who is just 21, can’t describe his and his school’s situation. He said that the school is in “Pain” and “devastation” but we will lift up from this grief soon.

“U.Va. is a strong community. People care about each other. They’re good people. They’re strong people,” Hageman said. “No matter how they get hurt — they will find a way to get through.”

 On Monday morning a mourning was held for the dead players, where student spent their noon remembering the dead personalities and their good deeds. Some of them craft there and wrote massage to “UVA Strong”.

Luke Stone said that “It’s been a tough day for people,” and “Just a sad, tough day for all of us.” After sunset, all the crowd went to St. Paul Memorial Church to pray for the victims and “for all whose lives are forever changed and broken by the scourge of gun violence.”

“I hope that we provided a place of comfort and safety for those who need it,” Peyton said. “That’s why we opened the doors.” As the dark increased more people gathered on the University lawn for a candlelight vigil.

Classes will be canceled also be for Tuesday, to “give our students the opportunity to reflect, mourn and gather with each other,” President Jim Ryan and Provost Ian Baucom said in a statement.

UVA Shooting: 3 Football Players Killed, Who is Under Custody? 

Students’ Statements About That Scene 

Rachel who is 18 and a first-year student said that she locked herself in her room and wait for her mother to call. Later the whole school was alerted that a shooter enter the campus.

“I was terrified, it honestly didn’t hit me this could be real at first,” she told . “I had a hard time wrapping my mind around it and processing it.” But we also try to check whether their friends were safe or not.

“There is a heavy atmosphere of mourning,” Mulvaney said. “I’m praying for the victims’ families and the UVA football team. I’m worried about the mental health of students. How will we recover? What will moving forward look like? Confused and scared.”

One more student, Ellis Givens, who is a second-year student said that crimes are increasing in Charlottesville day by day.

“You definitely feel like you’re in a bubble while you’re on campus as a student here compared to Charlottesville as a whole,” Givens said. “And that bubble has been popped now that something happened here.”

Luke, who is a fourth-year student, 21 years old, was locked at his girlfriend’s home with his other friends, said that “studying and just staying put.” They listened to the police scanner for updates from the scene, which was less than a mile away.

“People have been locked down in libraries all night. Everyone (is) definitely shaken up,” Luke, Luke said. “We are in deep prayer” 

Lavel Davis Jr., Devin Chandler, and DeSean Perry were the players on the University of Virginia football team. Miami, picked up Perry, as a junior backer his height is 6 feet 3 inches. Davis was also 6 feet and 7 inches with an awesome height and played for Dorchester. Chandler, who is also 6 foot, was a junior receiver for Guntersville.

UVA shooting: 3 football players killed Who is Under Custody? 

A student of UVA was suspected by the police, who is 5 feet 9 inches. This student did not appear in any of the games, as he graduated from Petersburg High school. From September Longo said once it was reported that Jones had a gun but no one accept that he had a weapon. Clara Grimmelbein stated about the past night was also “extremely terrifying.”

“When Student Affairs were notified, they simply did the bare minimum instead of handling it like a real threat,” said Grimmelbein. “It breaks my heart to see the lives of three innocent young men being stolen because reports were not taken seriously.”

Christopher Darnell Jones Jr. who is a football player at UVA is under custody. He was arrested from 75 miles away from the university. He did three second-degree murders and three counts of gunfire.

“Just give me a moment to thank God, breathe a sigh of relief,” Longo said.

Final Words

All the three student were best football player and former student who is suspected is in custody. This was a sad movement, for all if student are not safe in campous. For more updates bookmark our site

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