Gun shot, not crash caused death of manSeptember 26, 2019
By The Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS — Murder charges have been filed in the case of an Indiana man initially believed to have died in a two-vehicle crash but later found to have been shot to death.
Indiana State Police say Devon Anderson was believed to have died as a result of the Sept. 21 crash on westbound Interstate-70 in Indianapolis. However, an examination by the Marion County Coroner's office revealed the 27-year-old Anderson had been shot in the head.
Police say 24-year-old Juan Garrido Vivas of Indianapolis was driving along I-70 when he allegedly fired a handgun into the vehicle Anderson was in.
Police say Vivas was arrested Wednesday on murder charges. He is also charged with carrying a handgun without a license and operating a motor vehicle without a license.
It wasn't immediately known if Vivas has legal representation.
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