MUNCIE, Ind. — Three individuals had been arrested — one on a preliminary depend of homicide — after a Muncie man was fatally shot on Sunday afternoon.
Metropolis police mentioned Timothy Lee Hahn, 52, was pronounced lifeless on the scene of the taking pictures, within the 1500 block of South Rochester Avenue.
The taking pictures was reported about 3:40 p.m.
Scanner visitors indicated Hahn was shot within the chest. Efforts by emergency personnel to resuscitate him had been unsuccessful.
A 54-year-old Muncie man, Kenneth Ray Burden, was later arrested on the preliminary homicide cost, in response to Melissa Pease, deputy chief of the Muncie Police Division.
Burden was being held with out bond after being booked into the Delaware County jail at 2:54 a.m. Monday.
Additionally arrested on expenses of helping a legal and brought to the jail early Monday had been Angela Kay Doughty, 55, and Jeremy Duane McKee, 36.
Doughty’s bond was set at $5,000.
McKee, additionally preliminarily charged with carrying a handgun with no license and possession of cocaine, was being held underneath a $13,000 bond.
Particulars of the occasions resulting in the arrests weren’t instantly out there.
Within the speedy wake of the taking pictures, officers had been on the lookout for a suspect within the space, at instances following tracks within the snow. Most of Rochester Avenue between Eighth and Ninth streets was marked off with crime-scene tape.
Witnesses had been additionally taken to Metropolis Corridor for interviews.
Burden’s legal document contains at the very least 4 convictions for housebreaking and one for armed theft, He was most just lately launched from jail in 2019, in response to a state Division of Correction web site.
Pease mentioned the investigation of Sunday’s murder was ongoing, and requested anybody with info to name the Muncie Police Division’s detective divison at 765-747-4867 or metropolis police dispatchers at 765-747-4838.
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Douglas Walker is a information reporter at The Star Press. Contact him at 765-213-5851 or at email@example.com.