Men involved in gunfight arrested


By Glenn Battishill - gbattishill@aimmedianetwork.com



Jaylan Marrown


Courtesy photos | Delaware County Sheriff’s Office

Larry Marrow


Courtesy photos | Delaware County Sheriff’s Office

Two brothers wanted in connection with a gunfight in Pennsylvania were arrested by Delaware County sheriff’s deputies during a traffic stop Saturday.

Larry Donnell Marrow, 27, and his brother, Jaylan Ray Mustafa Marrow, 21, both of Youngstown, Ohio, were passengers in a vehicle traveling north on U.S. 23 Saturday afternoon at a speed of 71 mph, well above 45 mph, the posted speed.

During the traffic stop, deputies learned the two brothers had active warrants for their arrest and took them into custody.

Officials from the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office said deputies have spoken to law enforcement officials from Pennsylvania, who agreed to extradite the men.

The men are currently in the Delaware County Jail awaiting extradition.

The Sharon (Pennsylvania) Herald reports that police say the two men were involved in a gunfight just a block away from a children’s birthday party with 40 to 50 kids.

The Herald reports police have video of the men clearly holding handguns in the area of the shooting. The men are wanted on firearm violation charges, reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct.

Jaylan Marrown
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/08/web1_Jaylan-Marrow.jpgJaylan Marrown Courtesy photos | Delaware County Sheriff’s Office

Larry Marrow
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/08/web1_Larry-Marrow.jpgLarry Marrow Courtesy photos | Delaware County Sheriff’s Office

By Glenn Battishill

gbattishill@aimmedianetwork.com

Glenn Battishill can be reached at 740-413-0903 or on Twitter @BattishillDG. Information for this story also came from Melissa Klaric, staff writer at the Sharon Herald.

Glenn Battishill can be reached at 740-413-0903 or on Twitter @BattishillDG. Information for this story also came from Melissa Klaric, staff writer at the Sharon Herald.