South Carolina Man Charged With the Murder of U-M Medical Student

ANN ARBOR (CBS Detroit) Charges were filed Friday against Shaquille Alexander Keiley Jones, 21, in the murder of Paul DeWolf, 25, a University of Michigan Medical School student and Air Force second lieutenant shot to death in his apartment.

The incident happened July 24, 2013. Jones is being held on a $500,000 bond until his next court date on Dec. 2.

Jones was charged with open murder, which carries a possible penalty of life in prison, along with first degree home invasion and conspiracy to commit home invasion.

DeWolf was attending the Ann Arbor school on an Air Force scholarship. 

Police say DeWolf and Jones did not appear to know each other.

Two other suspects are being investigated in connection with the crime, which has been described as a robbery gone wrong.

“We’ve very relieved that it was nobody that Paul knew from the University of Michigan or the Air Force and it’s nobody that our family knew, although we do not know who these people are at this time,” Thom DeWolf earlier told WWJ’s Brooke Allen.


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