Second suspect arrested in connection with triple shooting that left a woman dead

Posted at 4:11 PM, Apr 27, 2018
and last updated 2018-04-27 17:17:06-04

INDIANAPOLIS -- A second suspect surrendered to police Friday in connection with a triple shooting earlier this month that killed a woman and left two other victims seriously injured.

Anthony Smith, 34, was arrested by officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department on charges of murder, attempted murder, robbery and aggravated battery in connection with the April 19 shooting on Indianapolis' west side that killed 24-year-old Kylie Price.

Fransuah Mathews, 36, was arrested on the same charges on Thursday night. 

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In addition to Price, the shooting left Price’s boyfriend, 20-year-old Bradley Jones, and his father, 40-year-old Ralph Jones, in critical condition.

The elder Jones was temporarily on a ventilator following the shooting, and doctors believe he will be left paralyzed from the waist down. The younger Jones is also believed to have suffered permanent nerve damage to one arm and has a bullet fragment lodged too close to his spine to be safely removed.

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