Grand jury indicts teen accused of killing Brusly student at football game

Jarrettin Jackson II

PORT ALLEN — A West Baton Rouge Parish grand jury indicted the teen accused of shooting and killing a Brusly High student at the Sugar Cane Classic football game in Port Allen on Sept. 1.

Jarrettin R. Jackson II, 18, was indicted on five charges Wednesday: Second-degree murder, attempted second-degree murder, carrying a firearm on school property at school-sponsored functions, possessing a machine gun, and obstruction of justice.

Jackson was arrested on Labor Day in Baton Rouge.

He is accused of killing teen Ja’Kobe Queen. The shooting occurred during halftime of the football game between Brusly and Port Allen.

Ja’Kobe Queen

Brasia Davis was shot in the arm and suffered non-life-threatening injuries. WBRSO arrested another 18-year-old, Jailyn Smith, and two juveniles on Sept. 5. Smith was charged with obstruction of justice, manslaughter, and disturbing the peace with a fistic encounter.

WBRSO said deputies found the handgun allegedly used in the shooting and said it had been altered, which led to the possession of a machine gun charge.

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