Halloween Party Shooting Victim's Family Worried About Safety
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. - The family of one of the victims in a deadly shooting at a Halloween party said they are worried about their safety following numerous threats.
21-year-old Jason Lee Rose was shot and killed early Saturday morning at a Halloween party in Clarksville.
His family said they have gotten numerous threats on Facebook. The family also said Rose's parents' home was burglarized the day after the shooting.
Officials said Rose died while trying to help 20-year-old Jecarvin Brown after he'd been shot early Saturday morning.
Investigators said 18-year-old Shakar Donte Drones killed Brown and Rose. He was charged with two counts of criminal homicide.
Four other men were also charged with being accessories to the crime. Harold Mosquera, 18, Syonee Moore, 22, Andre Nathaniel Adams, 21, and Courtney Nathaniel Hardiman, 19, were all arrested and taken to the Montgomery County Jail.