Tuesday, 19-year-old Akron resident Darius Rashawn Junius turned himself in to police and was charged with aggravated murder and other felonies in connection with a fatal shooting that occured Sunday at Spring Hill apartments in Akron.
The shooting claimed the life of Brielle Robins, 18, and injured two other men who were hit by gunfire during the incident. Robins was shot in the chest while standing in an apartment doorway as a fight broke out among young men on the fifth floor of the Spring Hills apartment building. Investigators are still trying to determine what started the fight and why Robins and the others victims were there.
Junius is charged with Aggravated Murder, which carries with it the possibility of the death penalty or a maximum prison sentence of life without parole; Attempted Murder, which carries a maximum penalty of ten years in prison; Felonious Assault, which carries a maximum sentence of eight years in prison; and Aggravated Rioting, which carries a maximum sentence of eighteen months in prison. In addition, each charge carries with it the possibility of severe fines, the most significant of which can be in excess of $20,000.00.
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