A Cleveland Heights teen originally charged with murder in the shooting of 16-year-old Artwon Oliver is now accused of killing a 20-year-old man in Cleveland Sept. 17, according to an article in The Plain Dealer.
Jamal Cammack, 19, pleaded guilty to aggravated rioting in June of this year for his involvement in the shooting. He was one of five defendants originally charged with murdering the Cleveland Heights teen near the Sunoco gas station on Lee and Superior in November 2011.
He was sentenced to one year of community control for the Cleveland Heights crime, according to Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court records.
Now, according to the article in The Plain Dealer, he has been charged with aggravated murder. The incident occurred a day after Cammack's brother was fatally shot. Read the full article with details here.
Dominique King, 20, of Cleveland, was the only defendant in the Oliver shooting found guilty of aggravated murder by a jury in July, and is awaiting a sentencing hearing.