HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – A Harrisburg man has been held for court in the fatal shooting of a city teenager.
Jabre Versace Creamer, 19, waived his preliminary hearing this week.
Creamer told investigators he accidentally shot 17-year-old Winston McCullough while the two were in a home in the 400 block of Hummel Street with other people, including McCullough’s younger sisters.
Authorities said Creamer had a .22 caliber revolver handgun, which was later found in the home, and shot McCullough once in the chest in the early morning of Nov. 1.
Creamer is being held without bail pending a formal arraignment on Feb. 25.