A Toledo man charged with the shooting death of a man outside an Arlington Avenue party will go on trial Nov. 8 in Lucas County Common Pleas Court.
Jonathan Jackson, 18, of 2142 Dana St. is charged with two alternate counts of murder and one count of felonious assault, each with a gun specification. If convicted, he faces up to life in prison.
Mr. Jackson is accused of shooting Donald Corrigan, 20, outside an apartment building at 2010 Arlington about 2 a.m.April 21. The victim was armed, and police said the two exchanged gunfire before Corrigan was shot once in the chest and killed.
Mr. Jackson also faces a felonious assault charge in connection with another man's being shot in the foot.
Judge Gene Zmuda set the trial date Wednesday.
A second man is charged with supplying Mr. Jackson the gun used during the incident. Tyler Macrae is charged with felonious assault with a gun specification and is to appear for arraignment Tuesday before Judge James Bates.
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