2 critically hurt in Monroeville mall shooting are expected to live

Police vehicles line up outside Monroeville (Pa) Mall Saturday, Feb. 7 2015, after a shooting took place inside. As many as three people were injured. It was unclear whether the shooter was captured or had escaped, said Monroeville Mayor Gregory Erosenko, who had only sketchy details shortly after the 7:45 p.m. shooting. He said his police chief was at the scene. (AP Photo/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Bill Wade)
Police vehicles line up outside Monroeville (Pa) Mall Saturday, Feb. 7 2015, after a shooting took place inside. (AP Photo/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Bill Wade/File)

MONROEVILLE, Pa. (AP) – Two of three people shot inside a Pittsburgh-area mall are still in critical condition but are expected to survive.
Officials at AHN Forbes Hospital in Monroeville said Monday that 20-year-old Davon Jones and 53-year-old Thomas Singleton likely face additional surgery.
Allegheny County police say 17-year-old Tarod Thornhill, of Penn Hills, shot Jones during a confrontation Saturday night in the Macy’s store at the Monroeville Mall. Singleton and his wife, Mary, were wounded. She remained in fair condition Monday. Their son was nearby but not wounded.
Tarod Thornhill
Thornhill was arrested Sunday morning. Police say they matched online photos of him to images from store surveillance video. Police say Jones was Thornhill’s intended target.
Thornhill is jailed without bond and charged with aggravated assault and other crimes.
 

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