Speech to Text for UPDATE:Family ID's victim in West Point shooting
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new information on a story we brought you first this afternoon. the family has now confirmed the name ofthe man shot in west point over the weekend. today we learned a second arrest was made in the case. wtva's rebecca butcher has been gathering information in that area and joins us live with the latest. family has told us the name of this victim is 27-year-old travis strong.he was at home with his grandmother at the time he was shot.today i spoke with a friend who saw him the night before. travis strong was at a home on fifth street when men entered and shot him multiple times. his 80-year-old grandmother was also held at gunpoint. the incident is something naji abdulla hasn't seen in his neighborhood in years. naji abdulla, knows victim "travis is a good guy. he come in respectfully, get his stuff and he comes right out." abdulla saw the victim in this lot the night before the shooting. he says strong usually sticks to himself. a witness told police joshua ewing, pictured here, drove suspects from the scene to jim james court just down the street. then returned, pretending to be hurt. wednesday police charged tymotheous henry with aggravated assault in the case. he's set to appear before a judge tomorrow. "we got the small community. once you call 911, one or two minutes and they're here. everything's secure in west point." strong remains in critical condition at the hospital. police say they expect more arrests to come.live in west point rebecca butcher wtva nine news. a columbus man is behind bars on multiple charges