Published On: May 02 2012 12:49:06 PM EDTUpdated On: May 03 2012 12:23:56 PM EDT
Fourteen-year-old Horace James Jr. was killed and two girls were injured leaving a teen party at an Arlington nightclub in September 2010. This photo shows blood on the shirt of one of the girls involved.
"There's been gunshots. We're all on the floor. We're over on Arlington (Road) and University (Boulevard) right next to Walgreens," one caller said in a 911 call.
A bullet casing is found on the ground in the parking lot of the Walgreens.
According to a police report, eyewitnesses identified Jeremiah Corbett as one of four people in a van from which shots were fired into a crowded parking lot on University Boulevard North and toward the Club Menage nightclub on Sept. 25, 2010.
Police said the people in the van drove over to the parking lot of a Walgreens store and began arguing with other people in the parking lot when Corbett began shooting.
Police said Corbett missed his intended target, but bullets struck James and Alexis Johnson, 17. A 12-year-old girl was injured by flying glass.
Police said witnesses identified the vehicle used, which they traced to Raphael Thompson, 19, who was charged late last month with accessory after the fact.
Evidence markings identify several items from the parking lot collected as evidence.
According to Corbett's arrest report, Thompson and 20-year-old Bryant Smith named Corbett as the shooter.
More evidence markings are placed next to items on the sidewalk along University Boulevard.
James' family had always believed that Horace was shot because he was in the wrong place at the wrong time outside Club Menage.
The police report said Corbett denied the shooting and denied knowing either Thompson or Smith.
Items and blood stains remain on the backseat of the car that bullets were fired into.
More items remain on the floor in the front seat of the car.
Police collected these clothes items from the night of the shooting.
This blood-stained shirt was among the clothes collected.
Police said this is the van Corbett was riding in when he fired the shots.
Aerial shots show the layout of University Boulevard and Arlington Road.
This angle is from the backside of the Walgreens store.
This angle shows the front parking lot of the Walgreens where the car was parked.
An overhead view also shows where the car was at the Walgreens when the shots were fired.