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Chardon gunman T.K. Lane charged with murder, funeral for Demetrius Hewlin, the Black student killed, is Tues., Russell's is Thurs.

Chardon High School Gunman Thomas "TJ" Lane Demetrius Hewlin Daniel Parmetor Russell King By Kathy Wray Coleman , Editor of Cleveland Urban News.Com and The Kathy Wray Coleman Online Ne ws Blog,.Com ( ) and ( ) CHARDON, Ohio-Thomas "TJ" Lane, the 17-year-old student that gunned down three students in the Chardon High School cafeteria and wounded two other students, was charged on Thurs. with three juvenile counts of aggravated murder, two counts of attempted aggravated murder and one count of felonious assault. Geauga County Prosecutor David Joyce said that since Lane faces only a few years in a juvenile detention center if convicted as a juvenile of the charges, he intends to charge the teen as an adult . Lane attended an alternative school for students with problems and admitted to police that he took a knife and 22- caliber pistol to school and fired 10 shots before being run out of the sch

Rep. Patmon wants law for metal detectors like Cleveland has in aftermath of Chardon school shooting that left 2 dead, Kasich calls for prayer

Ohio State Rep. Bill Patmon (D-Cleveland) Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) Suspected Chardon High School Gunman Thomas "TJ" Lane From the Metro Desk of The Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog.Com and Cleveland Urban News.Com ( ) and ( ) CLEVELAND, Ohio-Following the aftermath of a shooting Mon. morning by a craze student in the cafeteria of Chardon High School that left two students dead, three others hospitalized, and a town in grief, a state legislator is calling for metal detectors in all of Ohio's public schools. "What happen is horrendous and you have to wonder what is going on in and out of our schools for this type of hate and destructive behavior to occur, " said state Rep. Bill Patmon (D-10), a Cleveland Democrat. "I would support a state law for a requirement for all Ohio schools districts to install metal detectors in all of its schools." Community activist groups such as The