‘I shot my lover,’ caller tells 911 in Masury shooting

The 911 call reveals a frantic man trying to tell police what happened

Marvin Jules, 33, charged with felonious assault in relation to Masury shooting on Monday.

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MASURY, Ohio (WKBN) – Police have arrested a man in connection to a shooting Monday morning that injured a Masury woman.

Marvin Jules, 33, is charged with felonious assault. He remains at Trumbull County Jail, according to jail records.

A domestic dispute led Jules to shoot his girlfriend, a woman in her early 50s, multiple times in a house in the 8000 block of Ulp Street around 10 a.m. Monday, according to Brookfield Police Chief Dan Faustino.

A neighbor who knew the couple said there have been instances of domestic violence at the home before.

The home is owned by Lynda Renee Campbell and Marques Campbell, according to the Trumbull County Auditor’s Office. Police have not confirmed that Lynda was the victim of the shooting, but in a 911 call following the shooting, Jules tells a dispatcher that he shot his girlfriend, Lynda, because he became jealous.

Emergency medical workers took the woman to St. Elizabeth Hospital. Police did not have information available on her condition Monday evening, but friends posted on Facebook that Campbell was recovering and in stable condition Monday night after being shot four times.

Police searched through yards nearby the house on Monday morning, looking for the firearm used in the shooting, after Jules told a 911 dispatcher that he threw the weapon in a field behind the house.

On the 911 call, Jules can be heard crying and telling a dispatcher to come save the woman that he says he shot.

“Please, I’m sorry… I’m crazy, man,” he said, crying. “…I love her. I love her.”

During the 11-minute 911 call, Jules describes his process of walking across the street to the Orange Village nursing home, where he lied on the floor inside the building, waiting for police to come.

Jules is scheduled to appear in court on the charges at 9 a.m. Tuesday.


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