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Evansville Man Arrested In Connection To Early Morning Shooting Monday

One victim suffered non-life threatening injuries.

Posted: Mar 15, 2021 7:40 AM
Updated: Mar 15, 2021 12:45 PM

An Evansville man remains in Vanderburgh County Jail after an arrest in connection to a shooting early Monday morning.

Evansville Police said that 18-year-old Jacob Rivera potentially faces Battery with a Deadly Weapon and other charges after a shooting on South Denby Avenue.

Around 1:30 Monday morning, EPD arrived to an apartment after an argument took place which lead to the shooting.  EPD said that two people in the apartment where trying to get the third person to leave.  The third person pulled out a gun and shot one of the victims in the leg. 

The victim went to a local hopsital with non-life threatening injuries and expects to survive.

Rivera being held on No Bond, pending an initial appearance in court.

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