Monday, August 4, 2014

UAPB student arrested in triple murder in Dallas

Posted By on Mon, Aug 4, 2014 at 6:49 AM

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A report from Channel 11 says a UAPB student, Justin Pharez 'J Dawg' Smith, 21, has been arrested for killing three people in a Dallas house and trying to kill two others.

The report says three people were killed after an argument broke out at a house about unspecified "business" — apparently drugs. The toll could have been five.

One of the victims was shot in the head; she played possum until he left and was taken to a hospital for treatment. Smith also apparently shot at a fifth person and then ran them over when his attempts to shoot them failed.

The report says Smith was a junior at UAPB, studying agriculture.

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