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April 26, 2019



DAILYKENN.com -- William Allen “B.J.” Beverly Jr., is dead. The 15-year-old white child was fatally shot at a Springfield, Ohio gas station. 




 The shooter, Timothy Reed, was not charged for any crime. A grand jury apparently concluded the shooting was justified  self defense. Reed appears blackish in a photo that accompanied a news report. 

It appears the victim was shot in the back.  According to a news report, "He was laying on his back with a gunshot wound to his upper right shoulder and another on his back right side."

The report was posted in November, 2017. 

The report is reminiscent of a similar shooting in 2012 in which a whitish shooter was accused of killing Trayvon Martin.

From Springfield News-Sun ▼

The man who fatally shot a Springfield 15-year-old in November won’t be charged after a grand jury found he had a reasonable belief that his life was in danger.

A Clark County Grand Jury voted unanimously to not indict Timothy Reed on any charges in connection with the death of William Allen “B.J.” Beverly Jr., according to the Clark County Prosecutor’s Office.

Beverly was shot by Reed about 12:45 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 5, at the Speedway gas station in the 1300 block of East Main Street, according to a grand jury findings document dated Monday, Feb. 26, and obtained by the Springfield News-Sun.

Officers found him inside, near the cashier’s counter, according to a Springfield police report. He was laying on his back with a gunshot wound to his upper right shoulder and another on his back right side. Beverly was pronounced dead at the scene.


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