Two Cantonese men charged with killing Jenny Norris in a car


TOWNSHIP – Two men have been charged with charges arising from the shooting death in August of a woman from Canton.

Terrell Lipkins, 23, and Javier Blood, 22, both of Canton, face counts of murder while using a gun, as well as criminal assault and other charges of crime.

Following:Canton woman, 65, shot dead in her home

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Lipkins and Blood are accused of shooting and shooting Jenny B. Norris, 65, who was found dead in her yard in the 100 block of Belden Avenue SE on August 7.

Terrel Lipkins first appeared in Canton City Court in August.  He is accused in the fatal shooting of Jenny Norris of Canton.

Norris has been subpoenaed by the Stark County District Attorney’s Office to potentially testify in the murder trial of Kolbi Andreas Ross, who is accused of shooting and shooting Corwin Spicer, also a Belden Avenue resident, in 2020.

On the day of Spicer’s murder, Norris was among several others who called the police to report the gunfire but saw nothing,

Canton police continue to investigate Norris’ fatal shooting as a homicide, and whether it was targeted.

Cantonal police declined to comment, with the investigation still open.

Javier Blood appeared in court in August via video from Stark County Jail.  Blood is accused in the fatal shooting of Jenny Norris.

The Lipkins and Blood drive-by shootings

Lipkins and Blood have previously faced charges related to a 2020 drive-by shooting near the Baymont Hotel on Broadmoor Circle NW in Plain Township.

Two men were shot dead near the hotel and survived.

The couple served jail time for assault convictions and were subsequently released through court proceedings in early 2021, court records show.

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