INDIANAPOLIS - Police confirmed a man died after being shot early Friday morning in Indianapolis.
Indianapolis police (IMPD) said sometime after 4:30 a.m. that a man was shot near 31st Street and Gladstone Avenue. (See map below.)
Police confirmed Ernest P. Drake, 35, was shot did not make it and died at Eskenazi Health.
Drake was found outside a home that was not his, police said, and a gun was recovered on the scene. A number of shell casings were found on the street.
Investigators said they do not have any suspects in mind in the shooting, and witnesses have been uncooperative so far.
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