Grand Jury Indicts “Cornbread” For Triple Shooting At Golf Club

By on March 9, 2016 in WNDB News

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Daytona Beach, FL – A 23-year-old man is indicted by a grand jury on Tuesday for killing a man and wounding 2 others in a shooting at a Daytona Beach golf club last month.

Lamont K. Postell Jr. – who also goes by the nickname “Cornbread” – is facing at least 1 murder charge and 2 attempted murder charges following that February 13th incident at the Indigo Lakes Country Club.

Daytona Beach Police Department spokesman Jimmie Flynt says officers were called to the scene around 1 AM that Saturday after getting reports of shots fired at the clubhouse.

“A party was being held at the clubhouse,” Flynt added. “A fight started inside. Some of the people went outside.”

It was at that point when detectives think Postell got a gun and shot 23-year-old Donkevious Johnson and 2 other people. Johnson died around 40 minutes after paramedics had taken him to Halifax Health Medical Center, per Flynt.

“All 3 victims are Bethune-Cookman University students,” Flynt noted. “The suspect is not a student.”

First responders found Johnson and a woman – Justine Cunningham – lying on the ground with gunshot wounds. Police believe Cunningham – who was also taken to HHMC – was a bystander. She’s in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the head. No age was given for Cunningham by DBPD.

The 3rd person shot – 21-year-old Tre Jamal Williams – was discovered a few hours after the shooting, per DBPD. He’s in stable condition.

Witnesses told DBPD Postell was with a group of male friends when he got into an argument with Johnson – a former BCU football player – and a group of his friends.

Those witnesses also claim that Postell’s been involved in several altercations around the BCU campus.

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Lamont K. Postell Jr.

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