ABC6 reports that Jamel Barnwell is accused of a shooting at Our Town Alley in East Norriton, PA, that left one man dead and four others injured. The report states, “Police say the 17-year-old who opened fire inside a Montgomery County bowling alley on Saturday night has turned himself in.”
Reports allege that Barnwell left West Philadelphia and drove into the suburbs of East Norriton, PA, around a 40-minute drive, with two other men arriving around 6:39 p.m. at the Our Town Alley. The three men got into an altercation with “the victim, 29-year-old Frank Wade of Philadelphia,” reports state.
Authorities told ABC that Jamel Barnwell is suspected of shooting 15 shots inside Our Town Alley. The 17-year-old is accused of shooting Frank Wade and finishing the murder after Wade fell to the ground. The four other victims are members of Frank Wade’s family. The ABC report states, “they have been identified as a 31-year-old man, a 21-year-old man, a 19-year-old man, and a 26-year-old man. All four victims are listed in stable condition at an area hospital.” Frank Wade died from his injuries before the police arrived.
Montgomery County DA Kevin Steele released a video statement naming the 17-year-old as the suspect of the murder as well as noting that two other men were accomplices. The DA said the police hadn’t found the connection between the two groups. The DA labeled Jamel Barnwell as “armed and dangerous.”
Jamel Barnwell turned himself in to the police after the DA released Barnwell’s information to the public.
BREAKING: Montgomery County prosecutors have an arrest warrant for murder out for Jamel Barnwell, 17, of Upper Darby in connection to the fatal shooting at an E. Norriton bowling alley. The victim was ID’d as Frank Wade, 29. Four other men were also shot. @CBSPhilly pic.twitter.com/j5MRuUTG14
— Joe Holden (@JoeHoldenCBS3) February 21, 2021
The DA reported there were between 50-75 people at the bowling alley. Harry Delmar and his fiance Megan Jantzi were there at the time of the shooting that left one dead and four hospitalized from gunshot wounds. Reports state that Harry Delmar was at the bowling alley with his family, including his 2-year-old niece and 9-year-old nephew.
Delmar described the scene to the publication saying, “You start hearing, ‘Pop pop pop pop pop.’ You hear them going off, and everyone started panicking, running toward the back.”
His fiancé, Megan Jantizi, said that her “first priority was the kids.” She said she first started “making sure that they got out safe.” She said, “I didn’t care about myself. I didn’t know how close the person, where he was if he was going to go right down the lanes.”
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A good samaritan drove Jantizi and Delmar’s family home after the group decided it was safer to leave their belongings and come back later. Megan’s mother, Jeanne, said that it “was so nice” of the “stranger” to drive them home. After a conversation in the car with him, she is “going to send him a thank-you note today.”
Our Town Alley’s statement said the “management and staff are devasted by the violence that occurred at our establishment Saturday evening. Our prayers are with the victims, their families, and our entire community, which has been rattled by this unusual incident.”
I remember when President Trump was on the 2020 campaign trail, and he warned that the corrupt Democrat-run big cities could no longer contain violence. He warned us that the violence we see every day in cities like New York, Seattle, Chicago, and Philadelphia would be coming to the suburbs.
With the help of their cult followers, the mainstream media called him racist and elitist for apparently seeing the future. Here we are, only a month into Biden’s presidency, and all the worry and “fear-mongering” probably didn’t go far enough. But it’s ok because President Trump and his really mean tweets are gone. *sarcasm*
The mainstream media, for the most part, have been completely silent about the murders. It is typical for the national press to ignore stories that don’t fit their narrative. Like for example, a young violent man of color shooting up a suburban bowling alley. Because they know that if their “they are hunting us down” trope all of a sudden falls apart, they can’t continue to shove the racist ‘critical race theory’ down the public’s throat.
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