Rittman Ohio – The Columbus Police Department is looking into a deadly shooting that took place early on Sunday morning and resulted in the death of a student at Ohio State University who was 23 years old, according to a report that was published by WBNS. The victim of the incident was found dead at the scene.
The body of Chase Meola was discovered by police at 2:00 in the early morning hours shot in a parking lot on the 100 block of 14th Avenue, and he was pronounced dead at the site. The occurrence took occurred in the wee hours of the morning in the morning. According to a statement that Ohio State issued to WBNS,
it is highly likely that there was a confrontation when party-goers were asked to leave a home party that was taking place in the same neighborhood. This information was given by Ohio State. According to the information provided by the university, Meola was in his fifth year at Ohio State University and majoring in marketing. He was born and raised in Mahweh, New Jersey.
According to WBNS, which says that the police have made the arrest, Kintie Mitchell Jr., age 18, has been apprehended and charged with murder. The news source also states that the police made the arrest. According to the statement, “Students who believe they are in need of support are strongly encouraged to make use of the counseling services that are available by dialing the number 614-292-5766,
” which can be found in the middle of the document. “Those members of the faculty and staff who feel that they require assistance are strongly urged to contact the Employee Assistance Program at the toll-free number 800-678-6265,” the university says on its website. If you have any information that you believe may be pertinent to this case, you are strongly encouraged to get in touch with the Columbus police at (614) 645-4730 or Central Ohio Crime Stoppers at (614) 461-8477. Both of these numbers can be found on this page.