“Nothing that I’ve been made aware of by the administrators, or faculty, or staff there,” Inskeep said. “Nor any behaviors or anything that would have made anyone believe that any type of an action like this was inevitable for this young man.”
Inskeep said social media postings Tuesday first made the Fairmont community aware that something happened involving one of their students. “We’re always prepared and we have to be ready,” Inskeep said. “These events can happen at any time.”
Fairmont student Timmy Townsend said his friends that knew Jones were “wrecked.”
Trotwood police said two guns were found inside and shell casings were found inside and outside a Cadillac that was running outside a residence on Curundu Avenue. There were bullet holes in the front of the car.
“Pass away that way, it’s stuff you see in movies,” Townsend said. “Don’t expect to see it happen here.”
Court records indicate that Sosa — who lived close to where the car was located — had been apprehended for misdemeanor assault and criminal damaging last year. No information about any potential juvenile record for Jones was available Wednesday afternoon.