Teen wanted in deadly bowling alley shooting
Officers say the 17-year-old fired 15 shots inside a Pennsylvania bowling alley, killing 29-year-old Frank Wade.
I want four minutes units to the side entrance. Four victims inside shot at 6 42 PM on a crowded Saturday night as the lanes inside our town alley were full of bowlers and Children. Montgomery County, D A. Kevin Steele says 17 year old Jemele Barnwell fired 15 shots, killing 29 year old Frank Wade. A physical altercation begins between Jamal Barnwell and the victim, Frank Weighed and other individuals. At that point, the defendant pulls out a gun and start shooting. Four other people were also shot. Officials say they're Wade's relatives, ranging in age from 18 to 31. Police found Barnwell cellphone inside the bowling alley on it. Photos of a teenager now wanted for murder. The weapon that was used in this homicide was 45 caliber with an extended magazine. Anne Croak was there as the shots were fired by the fourth or fifth uh, shot. That's when people realized something's wrong on. But it was very chaotic after that. We all just kind of run for cover. Barnwell now faces a list of charges, including first degree murder. This as a community comes to grips with what happened. This isn't a common occurrence here is relatively safe neighborhood, um, community here. It's a small community, so this would be our first of this nature.