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Man Arrested After Fatal Shooting Outside Indianapolis Mall

Man Arrested After Fatal Shooting Outside Indianapolis Mall
An Indianapolis man arrested in a January shooting outside an Indianapolis shopping mall that killed a teenager and injured a man Mall, (Photo by

Man arrested after a fatal shooting outside of Indianapolis mall. (Indianapolis) – A man from Indianapolis was detained on Thursday in connection with the January shooting outside an Indianapolis shopping center that left a youngster dead and a man injured.


Court docs reveal why suspect shot at pair entering wrong car at Castleton Square Mall

Clyde Johnson was arrested on Wednesday by the IMPD Violent Crime Unit for the shooting in January outside Castleton Square Mall that killed 16-year-old Michael Mason Jr. and wounded 21-year-old Justin Johnson-Sparks. (Image courtesy of


Two days after an arrest warrant was issued for Clyde Johnson, 19, on charges of voluntary manslaughter and violence in connection with the shooting, homicide investigators apprehended him. Monday is the scheduled day for the charges’ initial court appearance.


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There is no counsel listed in online court records who could represent Johnson.


Friends and family of 16-year-old killed at Castleton Square Mall speak about the shooting

Michael Mason Jr., 16, was killed in the shooting on January 3 outside Castleton Square Mall on the far northeast side of the city. (Photo by


Michael Mason Jr., 16, died in the shooting that occurred on January 3 in front of Castleton Square Mall on the city’s far northeast edge.


Person injured in shooting at Castleton Square Mall

Homicide detectives arrested Clyde Johnson, 19, two days after an arrest warrant was issued charging him with voluntary manslaughter and battery in the shooting. His initial court hearing on the charges is scheduled for Monday. (Photo by


According to court records, Mason and the injured man were at the mall when they walked to a car that looked like theirs and was parked nearby. As Mason fled the vehicle, the suspect pursued him and shot him from approximately 10 feet (3 meters) away, the guy told Indianapolis police. The suspect then opened fire from the back seat of the vehicle, killing Mason.


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The shooting suspect, later identified as Johnson, reportedly claimed police he opened fire to defend himself because he believed he was about to be robbed.

There have been two shootings at the mall so far this year. On February 17, an 18-year-old there unintentionally shot himself.

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