Former footballer, Christopher Darnell Jones, identified as suspect and shooter of University of Virginia KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, November 13, 2022

Former footballer, Christopher Darnell Jones, identified as suspect and shooter of University of Virginia

The UVA Police Department is looking for Christopher Darnell Jones regarding the shooting incident that occurred on the grounds of the University of Virginia. Call 911 if seen, do not approach.

People at the University of Virginia were told to shelter in place after a shooting Sunday night near a parking garage on campus, according to the university’s police department and emergency management office.

In a series of tweets, university authorities, including President Jim Ryan, said the shooting was reported on Culbreth Road in Charlottesville, Virginia. One suspect was at-large and considered armed and dangerous. Those in the area were told to reach out to friends and family and advise of their status. 

Police said they were looking for Christopher Darnell Jones "regarding the shooting incident that occurred on the grounds of the University of Virginia. Call 911 if seen, do not approach."

The most up-to-date information can be found on the University of Virginia's Office of Emergency Management website. The office also said it established an emergency hotline for family and friends with questions about the incident.

News4 is working to confirm more details. President of the university Jim Ryan tweeted “There has been a shooting on Culbreth Road and the suspect is at large and considered armed and dangerous. Please follow @UVA_EM for updated alerts, as we ask the UVA community to please shelter in place”.

At this moment, it is thought that the suspect is still at large.

As at the time of this report, there has been neither confirmation nor identification of any victims.

When a university spokesman was called by phone, he didn’t know right away how many people might have been shot or what their conditions were. Family and friends who had questions were told to call the U-Va. Emergency Hotline at 877-685-4836.

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