Anthony Jones Obituary, Death – A Uniontown resident, 38, lost his life in a shooting on Clark Street just before noon. The man was identified as Anthony Jones by Pennsylvania State Police after nearly five hours of investigation and maintaining a taped-off perimeter around the Clark Street neighborhood close to Calvary United Baptist Church. One of the first on the scene after hearing the gunshots was Vicki Steckley. Around 10:30, Steckley reported hearing “bam, bam, bam, bam.” “I believe there were about ten shots that went boom, boom, boom, boom.”
When she heard a woman scream, she decided against going back to sleep. She hurried to the site to assist. She claimed that the shooter had left. No, nobody was here, Steckley replied. Nobody was present. Rich Bowlan, another neighbor, was wheeling his wheelchair up to the business. Additionally, he just heard the shooting occur. “I just heard a ‘bang, bang, bang, bang,'” Bowlan remarked. I looked behind me but saw no one, so I just carried on.
He claimed that since he frequently hears gunshots in this region, he initially didn’t pay much attention to it. “You can hear gunshots and pyrotechnics going off. I simply couldn’t tell, said Bowland. He and Steckley concurred that it is upsetting and sad that this is happening in their community. They desire an end to the violence. Steckley yelled, “Stop the violence, like, come on now.” “This is too personal. We could be the culprit. According to State Police, they are thinking of a person of interest. They also claimed that the gunman and the victim were acquainted, but they haven’t provided any other information regarding the person of interest.