Former Norfolk State Football Player Charged With Murder of Current Spartan
  

A former Norfolk State University football player says that he shot and killed a current NSU player after he tried to rob him.

The Virginian-Pilot reports on the second-degree murder charges filed against Jaquan Anderson in the killing of freshman NSU defensive end Nick Ackies last Friday in an off-campus apartment.

Ex-Norfolk State football player told 911 his friend tried to rob him, so he shot him in the head

NORFOLK A former Norfolk State University football player charged with murdering a current player said he shot his friend in the head because the friend was trying to rob him, according to 911 recordings. Jaquan Markee Anderson, 22, called 911 just after 6 p.m.

Jaquan Markee Anderson, 22, called 911 just after 6 p.m. Friday and told dispatchers he killed his friend with a gun, Detective Jeffrey Scott said in court documents.

 Officers arrived at Anderson’s apartment minutes after he called, and paramedics pronounced 18-year-old Nick Ackies dead at the scene just before 6:15.

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