A message from UVa President Jim Ryan on Tuesday identified the two as students.
Morgan’s LinkedIn page lists her as a sophomore finance major from Houston. Her relation to the other victims and the suspect is unclear.
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Jones, 22, attended Petersburg High School, where he played running back and linebacker positions. He was arrested in Henrico County on Monday after a manhunt and 12-hour lockdown on the Charlottesville campus.
He is scheduled make his first court appearance Wednesday morning in Albemarle General District Court. He is charged with three counts of second-degree murder and the use of a firearm while committing a felony. Jones is expected to appear by video link, Albemarle County Commonwealth’s Attorney James M. Hingeley said.
Sunday night’s shooting left three UVa football players, Lavel Davis Jr., D’Sean Perry and Devin Chandler, dead. Officials said the shooting happened on a bus that had returned from Washington, D.C., for a field trip.
Wednesday’s hearing may include a preliminary bail review. It’s unclear if Jones has an attorney.
Albemarle Judge Matthew Quatrara also has asked to recuse himself from the case, but it’s unclear why.
Hollins, a Baton Rouge, La., native, got to Virginia in 2019, playing in 12 of the team’s 14 games as a true freshman. He opted out of playing the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, then rejoined the team last season.
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Gov. Glenn Youngkin ordered flags around the state lowered to half-staff and made an unannounced visit to the campus. Speaking to reporters near a memorial at the football stadium after he left flowers, Youngkin said he came to pay “deep respects and hopefully take a moment to support these families.”
“It’s beyond anything any parent can possibly imagine. And the first lady and I, our hearts are just broken for these families,” said Youngkin, who also thanked the first responders and said he was praying for the wounded students.
Online records did not list a defense attorney who could speak on behalf of Jones, who remained in custody Tuesday. If Jones is financially eligible for court-appointed counsel, an attorney will be appointed Wednesday, Hingeley wrote. The hearing may also involve a preliminary bail review, he said.
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