Everyone is shocked by the news of Chuck Carr Death. Here is Everything About Chuck Carr Death.
The Herald reports that at 2:35 in the morning, Police were called to a residence in the 2000 block of Shadyside Drive after receiving a gunfire complaint.
They allegedly discovered Carr with numerous gunshot wounds. The newspaper says the Sharon Regional Hospital is where he was taken after being declared dead there.
For Hickory High School, Carr ran for 6,847 yards and 111 touchdowns. These two times are Mercer County records overall. After graduating high school, he played football for two seasons at Cal U (Pa.).
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Chuck Carr Death: Suspect Zechariah Acheven Sewell Surrendered
Chuck Carr, a former high school football star from Pennsylvania, was shot to death, and a suspect turned himself into Police on Thursday.
Zechariah Acheven Sewell, 27, reportedly surrendered to Hermitage Police, according to The Herald.
The newspaper claims he was detained and lodged in the Mercer County Jail under a $1 million bond. Police secured an arrest warrant for Sewell after Chuck Carr, 24, was shot and killed on Tuesday.
A brawl had allegedly broken out when witnesses saw Sewell at the residence earlier in the evening, according to Police in a criminal complaint.
They said Sewell left before returning because he had forgotten his phone. Witnesses said that Carr and another man went upstairs to talk to Sewell.
Authorities also stated that Sewell allegedly pulled a revolver from his belt and shot Carr many times following a physical altercation between Carr and Sewell outside the home.
What happened on that day?
According to The Herald, Police were called to a home in the 2000 block of Shadyside Drive at 2:35 in the morning following a report of gunfire.
Carr had many gunshot wounds when they found him. According to the publication, he was brought to the Sharon Regional Hospital after being pronounced dead there.
According to the Herald, Sewell “took a revolver from his waistband and shot Carr multiple times” during an altercation between Carr and Sewell outside of their home.
Carr rushed for 6,847 yards and 111 touchdowns for Hickory High School. These two times are all-time highs for Mercer County. He played football for two seasons at Cal U. after high school (Pa.).
Who is Zechariah Aheven Sewell?
Sewell is a Black man with shoulder-length hair styled in dreadlocks. He stands about 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 130 pounds.
Zechariah Aheven Sewell, 27, of Hermitage, has a warrant out for his arrest concerning the shooting murder of Charles Carr, 24, also a resident of Hermitage.
Police were called to a home in the 2000 block of Shadyside Drive, close to North Buhl Farm Drive, at about 2:35 am on Tuesday for a report of gunfire with one man hurt.
The responding authorities discovered multiple gunshot wounds on Carr. Officers inspected Carr’s wounds and transported him to Sharon Regional Medical Center before emergency services arrived.
Carr was declared deceased by Mercer County Coroner John A. Libonati in the emergency room at 3:26 in the morning. The coroner determined that a chest wound from a gunshot was a homicide.
Police claim in a criminal complaint that a brawl was in progress when witnesses saw Sewell at home earlier in the evening.
They said Sewell fled before returning because he had left his phone at home. According to witnesses, Carr and a second man went upstairs to speak with Sewell.
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