INDIANAPOLIS -- Marion County prosecutors filed formal murder charges Wednesday against a man accused in a fatal July 30 stabbing.
Milton Misael Zambrano Gonzalez, 26, was identified by police earlier this month as a suspect in the stabbing death of 35-year-old Wilson Hernandez in the 4600 block of Glastonbury Court.
Police pursued a suspect immediately following the shooting, but ultimately were unable to locate him.
On Wednesday, prosecutors filed formal charges in Criminal Court 6 accusing Gonzalez of Hernandez’s murder.
Hernandez was one of three people murdered in Indianapolis in the span of 24 hours on July 30. Erodney Davis, 35, and Timothy Womack, 27, were both fatally shot in separate incidents on the northwest side.
It was the same day that 18-year-old Ben Davis football player Rondell Allen was shot as well. Allen was seriously injured in that shooting.
As of Wednesday afternoon, jail records showed Gonzalez had not yet been taken into custody.
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