Four men were indicted on murder and other charges by a grand jury Dec. 6 in connection with the on Lee and Superior roads that .
Dominique King, 19, of Cleveland, Antonio Kirk, 18, of Euclid, Jamal Cammack, 18, of Cleveland and Thomas White, 20, of Cleveland, . The were also indicted on other charges including aggravated rioting, aggravated murder and felonious assault in the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.
Their arraignment is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Dec. 12. They are each being held on a $500,000 bond.
A 17-year-old was also charged with murder, aggravated rioting and participating in criminal gang activity, said Cleveland Heights Police Chief Jeffrey Robertson. He is being held in juvenile detention, and he will request that he is tried as an adult.
One of the teens, Dominique King, was also arrested and charged with aggravated robbery for trying to grab a police officer's gun after the Coventry Street Arts Fair.
congregated after the street fair. Fights broke out and , and the .
The events for minors in the Cedar Lee and Coventry business districts, and council to Severance Town Center after Robertson said .
King pleaded guilty to obstructing official business Nov. 15, and he will be sentenced Dec. 20, according records from the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office.
Robertson provided more details about what happened the evening Artwon Oliver was shot.
Artwon had attended a party on Superior Road and Parkway Drive where police were earlier that night.
A caller reported that there were youth fighting in the area, so police responded to the party just after 11 p.m. When police arrived, no one was fighting, but about 10 males ran out of the side door of the house, and they saw other youth fleeing the party.
Police issued citations to the homeowner and to a youth walking in the street and arrested Santwan Jones, 18, of University Heights, for an outstanding warrant with the city, he said.
Artwon and a group of about six left the party and headed to the Sunoco on Superior and Lee for snacks, Robertson said.
As they were leaving, he said one, possibly two cars pulled up to the store. A group of four male suspects got out, and there was a fight. The received numerous calls of a "large disturbance" in the area around 11:45 p.m, and the callers said that they heard at least one to two gunshots. When police arrived, they saw Artwon laying in the road, just south of Superior on Lee Road.
Artwon was transported to MetroHealth Medical Center by a Cleveland Heights rescue squad and later died from his injuries, according to an earlier statement from police.
Officers tried to administer CPR, but he was unresponsive. Police are still investigating the incident.
Cleveland Heights Patch will update this story as details become available.
Arrests and charges do not indicate conviction.