Court Testimony Links Suspects To DeWolf Homicide
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (April 12, 2014)- One of the suspects in the Paul DeWolf homicide who has already plead guilty, has provided details of the night the homicide during testimony in court against one of his accomplices.
According to the Ann Arbor News, Shaquille Jones said in court on Friday “It was too quiet for someone to be alive.” Shaquille Jones also stated that Dejeon Franklin fired the weapon that killed Paul DeWolf in the basement of the Phi Rho Sigma house. The Ann Arbor News also reports that, Jones and Joei Jordan returned to the scene of the crime to retrieve a backpack with a stolen laptop and a PlayStation, with police officers right next door. That laptop would link the suspects to the homicide.
Paul DeWolf was found dead of a gunshot wound July 24 at the Phi Rho Sigma medical fraternity, 220 N. Ingalls St. in Ann Arbor. A friend found the 25-year-old in the basement of the house after he didn’t show up for an assignment at the veteran’s hospital.
He was second lieutenant in the Air Force and graduated from Grand Valley State University’s pre-med program in 2010.