A drive-by shooting in Indiana left one person dead and four others injured and now police say a suspect has been charged in connection to the shooting.
Around 1:30 p.m. on May 20, police were called to a neighborhood in Michigan City, Indiana, regarding a person being hit by gunfire, officials said.
At the scene, police said they found two people suffering from gunshot wounds.
An investigation determined the two victims were standing outside a residence when an SUV started to drive past them. Someone inside the vehicle fired a gun multiple times at both victims, who were both shot before the SUV fled the area.
Officials said four other victims were identified during the investigation that were also targets by gunfire, but police said they are withholding their names.
After several months of the investigation, police said they found probable cause to charge 30-year-old Amond Nixon with murder, four counts of attempted murder and serious violent felon in possession of a firearm.
Nixon was incarcerated at the LaPorte County Jail on other criminal charges, so he was issued a $1 million cash bond on the new charges, police said.