Gang Member Arrested, Charged With Attempted Murder, Claims Innocence (VIDEO)

By Ian Hoover - 21Alive
By Jake Perrone - 21Alive
By Rachel Martin - 21Alive

February 19, 2014 Updated Feb 19, 2014 at 9:06 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) -- The man Fort Wayne police believe is responsible for a shooting incident that left two men injured, made his first appearance in court Wednesday morning.

Trameil Jackson has been charged with attempted murder in the Feb. 11th shooing on Decatur Road that injured Deandrew Moore and Devonte Jones. Jackson denies any wrong doing.

Jackson will be back in court on March 5th. for a hearing.

Feb. 15 Report
An arrest has been made in connection to the February 11th double shooting on the 6800 block of Decatur Rd.

On Friday, The Fort Wayne Police Department announced that the Gang and Violent Crimes Unit arrested 24-year-old Trameil Jackson in relation to the shooting. Jackson is a known felon and Fort Wayne street gang member according to Fort Wayne Police. During the arrest, Police said they found a loaded .38cal revolver on his person.

The February 11th shooting involved two men being shot while in their vehicle on the 6800 block of Decatur Rd. around 1:30 p.m.. Police found 19 shell casings at the scene.

Jackson is being held without bond. He is being charged with:

- Attempted Murder/ Class A Felony
- Carrying a Handgun without Licence/ Class C Felony
- Unlicensed Driver/ Class C Misdemeanor

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