Cleveland Heights Police said they have arrested four suspects in connection with a that killed a 16-year-old from Cleveland Heights.
Police said they would not release the names of those arrested and have not charged them, but they have two adults and one youth from Cleveland in custody, and another they arrested and announced Tuesday.
Artwon Oliver was shot and killed Saturday near Lee and Superior roads just before midnight, according to a press release from the .
Artwon was transported to MetroHealth Medical Center by a Cleveland Heights rescue squad and later died from his injuries, according to the statement.
Earlier that night, Artwon had attended a party in Cleveland Heights, police said. He and a group of friends walked to the Sunoco gas station at the corner of Superior and Lee roads to get snacks. As they were leaving, police said one to two cars pulled up to the store. An "altercation" occurred, but police would not say whether it was verbal or physical.
The Cleveland Heights Police Department received numerous calls of a "large disturbance" in the area around 11:45 p.m, and the callers said that they heard at least one to two gunshots fired. When police arrived, they discovered the teen was shot in the chest, and was on the ground just south of Superior on Lee Road.
Officers tried to administer CPR, but he was unresponsive. Police are still investigating the incident and did not provide further information.
Cleveland Heights Patch will update this story as details become available.