INDIANAPOLIS - Indianapolis Police say they arrested an armed man suspected in a double shooting on Saturday night while he was jaywalking at the Black Expo.
Indianapolis officers were alerted by South Bend police that Deloren Wilson, 22, might be in Indianapolis over the weekend for Black Expo events.
Police said Wilson was wanted in connection with a double shooting on the 400 block of East Fairview Avenue earlier this week. One of the victims of that shooting was in critical condition.
IMPD Lt. Chris Bailey said an officer saw Wilson jaywalking downtown. When police approached him, he allegedly resisted arrest. Police then fired a Taser gun at him.
Wilson allegedly was armed with a gun at the time of his arrest.
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