DAILYKENN.com -- Being at home is "the wrong place at the wrong time" if we are to believe the mainstream Marxist media."
A Kent State University student was murdered while visiting a friend at his "wrong place" apartment.
News reports say three masked gunmen invaded the home where Nicholas Massa, 18, was fatally shot.
The media failed to describe the victims, only noting that a 17-year-old Stow-Munroe Falls City School District student was arrested.
The crime occurred in Kent, Oh. and was reported Feb. 8, 2016.
Three teens with guns were involved in the robbery that ended in the death of a Kent State University student.
Nicholas Massa, 18, of Westlake, died Sunday after being shot at an apartment building near the college campus.
Investigators have arrested one teen in connection with the shooting but are still working to identify the others, Kent Lt. Michael Lewis said Monday.
A 17-year-old boy is charged with delinquency to commit aggravated murder and will appear Monday in Portage County Juvenile Court, Lewis said. He is not a student at Kent State, Lewis said.
The Kent Police Department on Monday released recordings of two 911 calls related to the shooting.
Edited versions of the calls are included in this post. The callers' names and phone numbers have been removed.
The shooting happened just after 4:15 p.m. at the Ryan Place Apartments on East Main Street near Kent State University.
The first caller says three teens in bandannas forced their way into his apartment and pulled out guns. One of the teens shot Massa, the caller says.
"They came in and asked for all the money," the caller says. "They had guns on us and said they were going to shoot. My friend said 'you're not going to shoot,' and they shot him."
The three took the victim's money before running out the front door, the caller says.
The second caller says she saw four men drive away in a green Dodge pickup. The caller could not provide descriptions because the men were wearing hooded sweatshirts.
The Stow Police Department arrested the 17-year-old boy Sunday evening in Stow, Lewis said. Further details of his arrest were not immediately available.
Investigators have not released any more information about the shooting.
Kent State released a campus-wide statement on Monday:
"We are all saddened today at the loss of one of our own, and we offer our condolences to his family and friends. Nothing prepares you for something like this, and we will pull together as one Kent State family for the tough times ahead."
The Stow-Munroe Falls City School District released a statement about the student's arrest on its Facebook page.
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