Dayton teen killed in Sunday shooting identified

Dayton police are investigating after a deadly shooting was reported at an apartment on Germantown Pike late Jan. 17, 2021. STAFF/JIM NOELKER
Dayton police are investigating after a deadly shooting was reported at an apartment on Germantown Pike late Jan. 17, 2021. STAFF/JIM NOELKER

A 17-year-old boy who died after a shooting on Germantown Pike in Dayton on Sunday night has been identified.

Jadorian Glass was identified as the gunshot victim by Montgomery County Coroner Dr. Kent Harshbarger on Tuesday.

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Police received multiple calls about the shooting just after 11 p.m. Sunday in the 4500 block of Germantown Pike.

“My son’s not breathing … Come get my baby. … They shot him in his head,” a woman cried to a 911 dispatcher following the shooting. “Please help my baby, get here now.”

The woman said her son was shot outside, but did not know who shot him.

No other details were available from police Tuesday.

The shooting is the second reported in the area this month.

A woman was shot a block away on Germantown Street on Jan. 5 after she reportedly damaged a man’s vehicle with a golf club.

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The man shot the woman through his apartment door after he thought he heard a gunshot as she was hitting his door, according to Dayton police.

The woman suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was taken into custody on preliminary criminal damaging and aggravated menacing charges. It is not clear if she has been formally charged at this time.

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