Jonathon G. Johnson (Photo Source: Lucas County Jail)
Andrew Goetz (Photo Source: Lucas County Jail)
Chaz Jackson (Photo Source: Lucas County Jail)
TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
Police have arrested a third suspect who they say participated in the murder of a man in east Toledo in the fall of 2012.
Jonathon G. Johnson, 23, was arrested Friday for the murder of Jonathon Morris back on Oct. 5, 2012 in the 2300 block of Seaman Road in east Toledo's Ravine Park Village. Morris was shot three times at his home and died later at the hospital.
Police found Johnson near the 900 block of Dorr Street early Friday morning. When police knocked on the door of the house, he jumped out a second-floor window. He then ran through the neighborhood and was found by police hiding in a dog house on Belmont Avenue.
Johnson will be arraigned in the near future.
Other suspects have been charged with Morris' murder. Investigators say Andrew Goetz, 28, and Chaz Jackson, 28, tried robbing Morris, and fatally shot him. The two turned in themselves to police days after the shooting, and originally pleaded not guilty to aggravated murder charges.
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