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Police Investigate 10th Murder This Year

Just after 10:00 pm last Thursday night, Lowndes E-911 received a call about a shooting victim at 26th Street and 6th Avenure North. The callers stated that they “heard about six shots”. When they went outside to see what was going on, they saw someone laying in the street and immediately called 911. Columbus Police Officers and medical responders rushed to the scene, but could find no body. After a short search, Officer Joseph Strevel found a black male laying on 27th Street, just south of the 6th Ave intersection, in front of 2648 6th Avenue North. The victim, 41-year-old William Lavelle Vaughn, was alive when Baptist Memorial Hospital Paramedics arrived on scene. Vaughn suffered a gunshot wound high in his right shoulder and another to the right side of his chest. The second wound was bleeding very badly as the EMTs worked to save his life.
While Vaughn was being seen to by the paramedics, Strevel attempted to get the name of his attacker. He repeatedly asked Vaughn, “Who did this? Who shot you?” All the wounded man could tell the officer was, “It was a white guy.” No one else in the area claimed to have witnessed the attack. The caller to 911 said that Vaughn was the only person around when they went outside to investigate the noise.
After doing what they could on scene, the EMTs loaded the victim into their ambulance and rushed him to BMH-GT. Officer strevel rode with the crew in an attempt to get more information from Vaughn. William Vaughn did not make it to the hospital, dying en route. His family had gathered at the emergency room to keep updated on his condition. When they were informed of his passing, they were understandably upset caused a small disturbance at the hospital. The disturbance was quickly under control and did not require police involvement.
William Lavelle Vaughn was the son of William Vaughn, Sr., who was a reverend at Armstrong Baptist Church MB. Friends say Lavelle “didn’t bother nobody” and mostly kept to himself. He did have a lengthy history with the CPD, having been arrested 35 times since 1998, mostly on alcohol-related charges.


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