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Nigger Murders At the Club And The Emergency Room
Published: Tuesday, Oct. 05, 2010 / Updated: Tuesday, Oct. 05, 2010 03:50 PM
2nd man charged with murder in hospital, club killings
CHESTER COUNTY --
Authorities have charged a second Chester man with murder in connection with the shootings at a nightclub and emergency room last month.
Keith Keener, 22, of 111 Odom Street has been charged in connection with the shooting death of 24-year-old Antonio Price outside Studio 72 nightclub, said Chester County Sheriff Richard Smith.
Price was shot in the parking lot of Studio 72, Smith said. He was driven the emergency room at Chester Regional Medical Center then flown to CMC, where he was later pronounced dead.
Keith Keener. Courtesy of Chester County Sheriff's Office.
Keener has been the subject of interest, and he has been in jail on a probation violation since shortly after the incident.
Keener is the second person charged with murder and the sixth person charged in connection with the Sept. 20 related shootings. He is charged with murder, possession of firearm during a crime of violence, unlawful carrying of a firearm and carrying a weapon in a premises that has an ABC License.
Keener has been convicted of misdemeanor drug possession and disorderly conduct, according to a State Law Enforcement Division background check.
William "Joc" Graham, 21, was charged with murder in connection with the fatal shooting outside Chester Regional Medical Center. He is charged in the shooting death of 20-year-old Derek Chalk, who was helping his cousin and another victim of the nightclub shooting into the hospital's emergency room.
Also charged are:
Cedric Shunta Owens, 22, of Chester with possession of a stolen pistol in connection with a weapon recovered at a vehicle at the hospital.
Lamont Dupree Howze, 25, of Chester faces a charge related to withholding information during the investigation.
Townsel "Romeo" Rambert, 21, of Chester with three counts of attempted murder, three counts of possession of a firearm during a violent crime and unlawful possession of a pistol. Rambert reportedly shot three people after a fight broke out inside the nightclub.
Quinton Cortez "Q-Baby" Howze, 22, of Chester with accessory after the fact of murder in Chalk's death. Smith said Howze helped Graham after the shooting.
More people could be charged, Smith said.
The sheriff’s office believes more witnesses to the crime haven’t come forward, Smith said.
He said he hopes the recent arrests of these six suspects will allow those with information to feel comfortable coming forward.
“If the people want this to stop they have to come forward,” he said. “People have to take a stand.”
People can come to the Sheriff’s Office or they can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-888-274-6372. Tips could get you a cash reward and your call is anonymous.
The incident remains under investigation.
The State Law Enforcement Division, Chester City Police, the Sixth Circuit Solicitor’s Office and the Chester County Coroner’s Office have been assisting in the investigation.