BREAKING NEWS: Suspect Charged with Murder of Tri-C Student
Voice News anchors Bronson Peshlakai and Marc Prince highlight some stories featured in the very latest issue of The Voice newspaper which made its appearance on stands this week.
But first, BREAKING NEWS. A suspect has now been identified in the stabbing death of Anthony Martemus, a full-time student at Tri-C Metro Campus. This very new information is NOT included in the following newscast.
Tiaunna Hall, 21, did not enter a plea and denied a preliminary hearing on charges that she murdered her live-in boyfriend at an initial appearance in Cleveland Municipal Court.
Court documents indicate there was enough probable cause to charge Hall with murder and allowed the case to go to the Cuyahoga County grand jury.
The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner released its final report calling Martemus’s death a suspected homicide. The summary said his cause of death was a “stab wound of torso with injury to heart.”
Hall remains in jail on a $200,000 bond. Tri-C officials confirmed Hall was not a student at Tri-C.
Utilizing video interviews and moving pictures, The Voice News newscast provides a different perspective to what’s happening on campus that is meant to enhance our print edition news coverage.
You’ll see the following stories in this newscast:
— An update on the death of a Tri-C student. A full-time construction engineering technology student’s life cut short, his death ruled a homicide.
— A collaboration between Tri-C and CSU to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech. Students share what their dreams are.
— Old Man Winter has had a firm grasp on Northeast Ohio. Former The Voice Western Campus reporter Brian Ivey is studying meteorology at Kent State University and offers his forecasting talent to us. What’s his forecast on when spring will arrive?
— A new series called “Behind the Headlines” makes its debut tomorrow with the theme “Missing Persons.” The Voice is one of the sponsors of the event and provides a preview on what the discussion will be. Missing girls held captive in Cleveland for more than a decade is just one of the topics to be talked about in this program moderated by WKYC anchor Russ Mitchell.