INDIANAPOLIS -- A man wanted in the shooting of two people in South Bend was arrested Saturday in Indianapolis after six days on the run, according to South Bend and Indianapolis Metro police.
SBPD confirmed to NewsCenter 16 that DeLoren Wilson, 22, was arrested in connection with the July 14 home invasion and shooting on East Fairview Avenue. Both shooting victims had nonlife-threatening injuries.
IMPD said the arrest took place at 9:20 p.m. at Illinois Street and Maryland Street.
IMPD crowd control officers patrolling downtown Indianapolis for an event recognized Wilson.
Wilson, who was armed, was shocked with a tazer after a scuffle with officers, but no one else was hurt, according to IMPD. He did not require medical treatment, according to our sister station, WTHR.
He is charged with two felony counts of attempted robbery resulting in serious bodily injury.
Bond has been set at $100,000.
Wilson is currently being held at the Marion County Jail until being transported back to St. Joseph County.