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Two more arrested, for a total of 10, after October shooting in Tiffin
Two more people have been arrested in relation to a shooting that happened in Tiffin in October. Eight people were arrested earlier this month in relation to the incident, according to a news release from the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office
The two newly-arrested people are ZaShawn Smith, 20, of Coralville, who is charged with attempted murder and riot — both felonies — and a 17-year-old, who isn’t named in the release, was charged with riot.
All of the others who were arrested earlier were also charged with riot. Another unnamed 17-year-old was also charged with attempted murder and Glenda Reighard, 22, of Tiffin was charged with false information in acquiring a weapon, a felony, and transfer of a pistol or revolver to a person under 21, a misdemeanor.
The group of 10 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 Smith 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.
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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