A man in St. Louis was arrested after he shot a youth football coach multiple times for not placing his son in the starting position.
Man Shot a Youth Football Coach Multiple Times
A man identified as Daryl Clemmons, 43 years old, was arrested for shooting a youth football coach multiple times for not placing his son in the starting position. Authorities identified the victim as Shaquille Latimore who is in a serious condition.
In a published article in TRUE CRIME DAILY, the St. Louis Metropolitan Police responded at 1515 N. Kingshighway Blvd. after they received a report of a gunshot incident. They found the victim at the crime scene who was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was immediately transported to the nearest hospital.
Suspect Got Upset for Not Placing His Son at the Starting Position
According to an article published in NBC News, Clemmons got upset with Latimore for not placing his son at the starting position. An affidavit obtained by the news outlet revealed that “Latimore approached Clemmons and asked him what was up and pulled his gun out and gave it to someone to hold, and that the defendant subsequently shot him multiple times while he was unarmed.”
Latimore said that he was shot in his left arm, left forearm, leg, and lower back. Additionally, one of the bullets went through his back and penetrated his liver.