NORTON, Ohio — In a court document obtained by 3News, new insight was revealed into how the suspect was arrested in connection to a fatal road rage shooting on I-76 in Norton.
30-year-old Dacarrei Tovon Kinrad was arrested in Columbus on Wednesday afternoon by the Southern Ohio Fugitive Apprehension Strike Team (SOFAST) and the Columbus Police Department’s SWAT Team. A warrant had been issued for Kinard's arrest on Wednesday morning in connection with the fatal shooting of George "Geo" Jensen on May 17.
Police say that witnesses observed a black Camaro firing shots at the victim's vehicle before the single-vehicle crash. Court documents reveal that Kinrad was seen fleeing the location, exiting onto Barber Road and turning north. The Camaro then passed by a license plate reader and is seen entering onto I-76 West and traveling back past the scene of the shooting.
Norton Police recovered eight shell casings from the scene along I-76 East following the shooting. Police say further investigation linked the Norton incident with another shooting that happened in Columbus on April 13.
Police say that in the Columbus shooting, shots were seen coming from a black Camaro while driving on the road. Columbus police recovered two shell casings, which were fired from the same weapon in the Norton incident.
At this time, a date for Kinard's first court appearance has not yet been set.