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Shooting spree suspect is father of teen connected to RPD shooting

Shooting spree suspect is father of teen connected to RPD shooting

October 11, 2018 05:57 PM

In a bizarre twist of events, News10NBC discovered one of the teens involved in the shooting of an RPD officer is connected to the suspect from Wednesday's shooting rampage. 

Eighteen-year-old Kamiu Blake, who was charged with attempted assault in connection to the 2017 shooting of officer Jeremy Nash, turned out to be the son of Terrell Blake. 

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On Wednesday, 39-year-old Blake set off on a shooting rampage in the City of Rochester.

According to police, Blake was on "on a mission" to kill his family. 

The rampage ended the life of his 28-year-old ex-wife and mother of one of his kids, Antane Lopez. Blake also shot 25-year-old Willie Jakes, Lopez's boyfriend, and his other son, 20-year-old Terrell Blake Jr. Both men are in satisfactory condition. After leading police on a chase through the city in a U-Haul, Blake died after getting into a shootout with officers.

Kamiu Blake pleaded guilty to one count of attempted assault in July. He was sentenced to 12 years behind bars with five years post-release supervision.

On Thursday, the other teen involved in the RPD officer shooting plead guilty for his involvement. 

Tykyal Glover, 17, will be sentenced on Nov. 19. He faces up to 18 years behind bars for assault in the first degree and four counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree. 

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