19-year-old ID’d in fatal shooting outside Jones High School football playoff game

Gamaine Patrick Brown killed; District says teen was former student at Jones High School

ORLANDO, Fla. – One person died and two others were injured in a shooting on Saturday in a parking lot north of Jones High School, according to the Orlando Police Department.

The shooting happened during a playoff football game that Jones High was hosting against Wekiva High School.

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Police identified the victim as 19-year-old Gamaine Patrick Brown. A spokesperson with Orange County Public Schools said Brown previously graduated from the high school.

Police said that officers working extra duty at the Jones High School Athletic Complex heard gunshots around 8:22 p.m. When officers arrived at the lot north of the football field, they found two adult males with gunshot wounds, according to a press release by OPD.

One victim was pronounced dead while another was transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Orlando police later learned of a third victim that “self-transported themselves” to a hospital after sustaining a non-life-threatening gunshot wound.

According to Orlando police, four juveniles were detained, one of which was in possession of a firearm. At their press conference, the Orlando Police Department said they believe that they have the suspect in custody.

Additional officers were at the high school on Monday out of an abundance of caution.

Police said that the investigation is still ongoing.

Police on Sunday identified the victim from Saturday’s deadly shooting outside of a Jones High School football game as 19-year-old Gamaine Patrick Brown. The shooting in a parking lot of north of Jones High School left one person dead and two others wounded, according to the Orlando Police Department.

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