Quin’daz V. Stubbs Arrested: Quin’daz V. Stubbs, of Hamilton, Arrested in Connection to Shooting at Cortland
According to reports, The woman’s sister started shooting at a home in the 200 block of Benita Avenue at 5:43 in the morning. A fight at a Cortland Roller Rink, according to Saturday, might have contributed to the shooting.
The victim’s sister called the police and said that at the Cortland Roller Rink, which is located at 120 S. High St. in Cortland, “all participants” to the crime were present and fighting ferociously. Although she and her sister were “swept up in the crowd,” she insisted that she and her sister did not initiate the confrontation.
According to the victim’s sister, the 23-year-old victim and the sister returned home to Youngstown and noticed a car in their North Side driveway. They drew it in with the assumption that a cousin owned it. Nevertheless, a woman with curly hair called from the car as they got closer.
When they were close to the house and car, they saw two people, one of whom was squatting and appeared to be pulling a handgun from his jeans. A Youngstown police complaint claims that the man began shooting the gun and struck the victim as the women fled from their car. A second woman arrived and drove the patient to the hospital. Afterwards, she was in stable condition.
After purportedly observing two individuals fleeing the scene of the crime, Liberty police detained them. One of them was Quin’daz V. Stubbs, 26, of Hamilton Street SW in Warren, who was later brought to the Mahoning County jail.
For felony assault, Quin’daz was arraigned in Youngstown Municipal Court on Monday. The preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 3 at 9:15 am. The second man was released, although officials warned that he might later be charged. Cortland police According to Detective John Weston, Cortland police are investigating a big event that happened early on Saturday at the Cortland Roller Rink.
According to him, other officers from different agencies assisted Cortland officers in ending the incident. According to Weston, officers from the Youngstown Police Department were “investigating a connection between the incident in Cortland and a significant crime that occurred in their jurisdiction in Youngstown.”
Police from Cortland were called. In a press release issued on Saturday, the Youngstown Police Department stated that Liberty police began receiving calls of a shooting on the North Side of Youngstown at roughly 5:30 a.m.
Liberty police sent the information to Youngstown police dispatch as they headed to Gypsy Lane on the Youngstown-Liberty border to check if anyone was trying to enter Liberty Township. In response to a shooting victim, Youngstown police were called to St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital. After interviewing with the victim, Youngstown police found that the event occurred in the 200 block of Benita Avenue.
In the meantime, the Liberty cops noticed two guys leave the vicinity of the Lane Manor Apartments, situated at 465 Gypsy Lane in Youngstown. The men ran across the street to the old Northside Hospital. The men fled on foot, but the Liberty officers pursued them until they were apprehended.
Youngstown crime-scene investigators acquired information after Liberty police informed Youngstown police about the arrest and its possible link to the shooting. After conducting numerous interviews and reviewing surveillance footage, Liberty police did detain a suspect in the incident, according to the Youngstown news release.