Second arrest made in March 2022 shooting that left one dead, one injured

Published 10:33 am Saturday, January 7, 2023

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U.S. Marshals arrested a man in Fayetteville, North Carolina Friday on eight felony charges in connection with the March 27 homicide of Tameisha Good Rogers in North Suffolk.
Jonathan Luis Jackson, 23, was taken into custody, without incident, Friday, Jan. 6.
This will be the second arrest in the case, as Suffolk Police arrested Phillip Jovan Etheridge, 23, in connection with the homicide March 30, 2022.
Suffolk Police said in a news release that Jackson is currently awaiting extradition back to Virginia.
He faces these eight charges: murder-second degree, use or display firearm in commission of a felony, discharge firearm in or around school, shoot or throw missiles at occupied vehicle, felonious assault, two counts of conspiracy to commit a felony and aggravated malicious wounding.
Suffolk Police have charged Etheridge, of Suffolk, with murder-second degree, two counts of felonious assault, two counts of shoot or throw missiles at an occupied vehicle, discharge firearm in or around a school, attempt to commit non capital offense, two counts of conspiracy to commit a felony and use or display firearm in commission of felony.
Rogers, 40, of Chesapeake, was pronounced deceased at the scene in the 6300 block of Townsend Place. Reginald Ashmead Thorne III, 36, of Suffolk, also suffered gunshot wounds that sent him to the hospital.
On March 27, 2022, the Suffolk 911 Center received a call for service in reference to an attempted armed robbery. The caller advised he was in a vehicle when two unknown individuals wearing masks walked up to the vehicle, displayed firearms which caused the caller to flee.
Prior to officers arriving at Townsend Place, the victim’s vehicle was located in the 6500 block of Hampton Roads Parkway and had multiple bullet holes.
If anyone has information regarding this incident, please contact Suffolk Police or Suffolk Crime Line. To submit online, go to, visit the Suffolk Police Department website ( and look for the Suffolk Crime Line link, or go to the Suffolk Police Department Facebook page at Residents can also call 888-LOCK-U-UP, 1-888-562-5887, Option 5. Once a person submits a tip, they will be given a TIP ID and password. With this information they can login at and submit follow-up information, engage in two-way dialogue, be informed of the outcome of the tip, and access any pertinent reward information.

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