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South Bend police say suspect in Fairview Ave shooting has been arrested

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Suspect in Fairview Ave. Shooting (Courtesy of Michiana Crimestoppers) Suspect in Fairview Ave. Shooting (Courtesy of Michiana Crimestoppers)
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 -Update-

South Bend police say the man accused of shooting 2 people on Fairview Ave has been arrested. After getting a number of tips from Michiana Crimestoppers, police were able to identify the man and send out an arrest warrant.

He was then spotted in Indianapolis on Saturday, July 19th. After a short chase, police arrested him for the outstanding criminal warrant as well as a separate gun possession charge.

South Bend police thanked those submitted tips to crimestoppers and the Indianapolis Metro Police Department for their help.

-Original Story- 

South Bend Police and Michiana Crimestoppers are asking for the public's help identifying a suspect in a shooting from Monday night.


Police are trying to find out the identity of the person pictured at left. They say he is the suspect in a shooting that happened on the 400 block of E. Fairview Ave.  


The shooting took place shortly before 8:30pm Monday night. Two people were wounded after police said was an altercation inside a home that ended in the shooting. Both victims were initially said to have non-life threatening injuries, but one victim, a 24-year-old man, has since slipped into critical condition.


The suspect is believed to be a man, between 17-20 years of age. He was last seen heading east away from the scene.




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