Suspect arrested in connection with deadly stabbing outside Chapel Hill Mall

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CLARKSBURG, WV - The U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force took Deandre Baskerville into custody on Wednesday afternoon in West Virginia.

Baskerville was wanted for aggravated murder after a stabbing at Chapel Hill Mall on August 19.

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Police say that shortly before 8 p.m. officers were called to Chapel Hill Mall, 2000 Brittain Road, to reports of a stabbing. When they arrived, they found Terrance L. Rogers, 35, of Akron, on the floor inside the mall with a stab wound to his neck.

He was taken to Akron City Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Police say Rogers and Baskerville were involved in a verbal altercation outside near an east side entrance to the mall. Baskerville then reportedly pulled out a knife and stabbed Rogers before driving away in a red SUV.

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