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Third suspect in South Bend shooting death appears in court

De'Andre Moore (Courtesy St. Joseph County Police) De'Andre Moore (Courtesy St. Joseph County Police)

The third suspect charged in a South Bend home robbery that ended in a shooting death appeared in court for his arraignment Monday.

19-year-old De'Andre Moore is charged with Felony Murder, Burglary, and Robbery.

Prosecutors say several men broke into a home on the 18000 block of Warrick Street in South Bend on October 23, 2013.  In the confrontation, the homeowner was seriously injured, and one of the suspects, 40-year-old Michael Jackson, was shot and killed. Police believe Moore drove them to the home. Police say it appears the suspects and the homeowner knew each other and police do not believe it was a random act.

During Monday's court hearing, a judge found probable cause was found in the case and Moore was ordered to be held without bond. A court date is expected to be set at a hearing on December 16.

Mario McGrew was arrested shortly after the shooting when he showed up at an area hospital with multiple gunshot wounds.  He is charged with one count of Burglary and one count of Felony Murder. The other suspect, Shawn Alexander is charged with Burglary, Felony Murder, and Robbery.

Moore, McGrew and Alexander are all being held at the St. Joseph County Jail.

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