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Gangbanger says girlfriend died playing Russian roulette by herself


A gangbanger has been arrested after his girlfriend turned up dead with a gunshot wound to the head. However, he is only being charged with involuntary manslaughter. He admits that it was his gun. He admits holding the gun while it went off. However, he claims that his girlfriend was playing Russian Roulette by herself!

According to the Middleton Journal-News, the local police are treating this Russian Roulette claim as factual. The perp is only 19, but appears to have a serious criminal record.

Middleton Journal-News…

Police here say it was a deadly game of Russian roulette that led to the death of a 20-year-old woman.

Amanda F. Blevins, 20, of Middletown was pronounced dead Sunday at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, confirmed Jim Glaser, investigator at the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office, where an autopsy will be completed.

Blevins was found with a gunshot wound to her head just past 9 p.m. Saturday in an upstairs bedroom at 706 10th Ave., according to Lt. Scott Reeve.

Deangelo J. Jones, 19, of 706 10th Ave., turned himself into detectives a few hours after the shooting, according to police.
Jones reported to police that he and his girlfriend Amanda Blevins were getting ready to play a game of Russian roulette. He loaded a revolver with one round of ammunition and left the room for a moment. Jones told police that Blevins started to play the game without him, as he could hear the hammer of the gun hitting on empty chambers.

Jones then told police he rushed into the upstairs bedroom and grabbed the gun from her. While it was in his hands, the gun went off and a bullet struck Blevins in the face, Jones told police.

“He said the gun was in his hands when it went off,” Reeve said. “He claimed he was trying to get the gun from her.”

Jones is now charged with involuntary manslaughter, a first-degree felony; two counts of weapons under disability; and tampering with evidence. He is being held in Middletown City Jail where his bond was raised to $100,000.