WMFD TV

Search Archive WMFD.com News

www.wmfd.com - A random act of violence in Oklahoma has left an Australian man dead, now three teens are facing charges. }}" />

   
 
 
Random Act Of Violence Leaves Australian Student Dead

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
  Email Story to Friend
   
  Original Published: 8/21/2013 A random act of violence in Oklahoma has left an Australian man dead, now three teens are facing charges. Police say the trio shot and killed this man, Christopher Lane, while he was out jogging last week. Lane, who was a college baseball player, was just 22-years-old. James Edwards Junior who is 15, and Chaney Luna who is 16, are now charged as adults with first-degree murder. Michael Jones, who is 17, is facing two charges , use of a vehicle and discharge of a weapon and accessory after the fact to murder in the first-degree. Police say when the teens were arrested, one offered a motive that made it clear that Lane was chosen at random. A judge has set bond at $1-million for Jones, while no bond was set for Edwards and Luna.
   
  MORE RECENT NEWS
 
Image1 Charges have been filed against the driver accused of causing a fatal accident Friday in Crawford County. Full Story
Image1 United Way of Richland County Director Dan Varn is making the rounds, spreading the message about the importance of this year's campaign, in person. Full Story
 
Image1 Galion Community Hospital recently made a donation to the Galion Police Department that will be a benefit to Galion Police Officers as well as the Galion Community. Full Story
Image1 Four people escape injury in a rollover accident at 1 p.m. Monday in Crawford County. Full Story
  MORE NEWS
 

Four Escape Injury In Rollover Crash

U.S. 30 Advisory Committee Discusses Reconstruction Project

Kingwood Center's Great Pumpkin Glow Provides Family Fun

Richland Carrousel Runs Backwards for Seasonal Celebration

Redemption Comes In the Form of Faith-Based Treatment

Many Shades of Pink Raises Awareness for Breast Cancer

Annual Collection Helps Recycle Household Waste

More News