A second man is charged with the 2009 murder of a South Cumminsville teen. In the summer of 2009, Mark Hooten, 16, was on his way to a job training program at St. Pius Church when he was shot and killedFull Story >
Police believe they've identified and captured the man who killed Mark Hooten back in 2009.Full Story >
A candlelight vigil was held in memory of a murder victim on Monday night. Mark Hooten was 16 when he was shot and killed by Racheon Brown while on his way to a job training program three years ago. TheFull Story >
A candlelight vigil was held in memory of a murder victim on Monday night.Full Story >
SOUTH CUMMINSVILLE, OH (FOX19) -
Friends and family of a teenager shot and killed held a vigil on Wednesday evening to remember him.
Mark Hooten of South Cumminsville was on his way to a job training program at St. Pius church in the summer of 2009, when he was shot and killed.
He was 16-years-old.
Loved ones gathered at the site and commemorated his December 5th birthday. He would have been 20-years-old.
His murder went unsolved for two and a half years until February of 2012, when Racheon Brown was indicted in Hooten's death.
Last week, Antwan Nelson was also charged for the murder.