2nd person charged in Trenton festival shooting, as community starts to heal

Gallery: Press conference two days after Art All Night Trenton shooting

In a second-floor room of Friendship Baptist Church Tuesday morning, surrounded by the state’s top law enforcement officials, clergy leaders and Trenton residents, Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri announced that a second man has been officially charged in the Art All Night shooting that left one dead and up to 29 injured.

Davone White, 26, of Trenton, faces multiple weapons offenses, including being in the possession of a large-capacity magazine. He is still being treated for injuries from the shooting, Onofri said

Amir Armstrong, charged on Sunday, is now officially facing one count of possession of a weapon. The prosecutor’s office has not detailed White’s, Armstrong’s, or Tahaij Wells’s exact roles or affiliations in regards to the shooting. Wells was shot and killed by police in the exchange of cgunfire.

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