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Eight people arrested after October shooting in Tiffin
Among the felony arrests, teen faces an attempted murder charge
Seven adults and a teen were arrested Thursday and Friday on charges related to an October shooting that happened in Tiffin, according to the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office.
The 17-year-old, who was not identified by the sheriff’s office, faces an attempted murder charge.
The group of eight met up about 8:30 p.m. Oct. 24 with the intention of assaulting a juvenile “and several others associated with the juvenile” at a residence in Coralville, according to criminal complaints.
They found the people they were planning to assault and chased them in a vehicle to Highway 6 and Park Road in Tiffin, where one person in the group shot at least six times and hit the victim’s vehicle multiple times. No one in the victim’s vehicle was injured, according to a news release and the complaints.
In addition to the attempted murder charge, the 17-year-old and all seven adults are charged with participating in a riot, a felony.
One of the adults, Glenda Reighard, 22, of Tiffin, also is charged with giving false information in acquiring a weapon, a felony, and transfer of a pistol or revolver to a person under 21, a misdemeanor. Reighard is accused of buying a gun Oct. 2 for one of her co-defendants, the complaint states.
The others charged with participating in a riot are Jamyrion White, 20, of Coralville; Michael Rensing III, 19, of North Liberty; Aydin Kutcher, 18, of Coralville; David Love Jr., 19, of Coralville; Isaiah Scott, 19, of Coralville; and Dquavius Kelly, 21, of Coralville.
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