A Dayton man sought by police for more than a month before his capture was indicted Friday in connection to a May shooting.
Shaquille Phillip Shackleford, 27, is charged with attempted murder.
He is accused of shooting another man multiple times on May 11 in the 1600 block of Darst Avenue in Dayton.
Miami Valley Crime Stoppers had offered a reward for information leading to Shackleford’s arrest after police could not find him and he was involved in a June 7 felony assault involving a woman.
He has been held in the Montgomery County Jail since his June 17 arrest.
Shackleford, whose arraignment will be Tuesday in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court, also was indicted by a grand jury on two counts of felonious assault — which along with the attempted murder charge carries weapons and repeat violent offender specifications — and one count of having weapons under disability for a prior felony drug conviction, court records show.
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