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Two arrested in deadly shooting

December 5, 2012
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Indianapolis homicide detectives arrested two people Tuesday in connection with a November homicide and aggravated assault, and they’re looking for three more people. Carlton Hart, 44, and Dontee Robinson, 20, were taken into custody in connection with the murder of 22-year-old Thomas Keys and the aggravated assault of 26-year-old Marvin Finney. The men were shot outside a recording studio in the 2000 block of East 46th Street about 8 p.m. Nov. 15. Police also are seeking Dominique Hamler, 20, James McDuffy, 29, and  Nathaniel Armstrong, 20, in connection with the crime.
 

Indianapolis homicide detectives arrested two people Tuesday in connection with a November homicide and aggravated assault, and they’re looking for three more people. Carlton Hart, 44, and Dontee Robinson, 20, were taken into custody in connection with the murder of 22-year-old Thomas Keys and the aggravated assault of 26-year-old Marvin Finney. The men were shot outside a recording studio in the 2000 block of East 46th Street about 8 p.m. Nov. 15. Police also are seeking Dominique Hamler, 20, James McDuffy, 29, and  Nathaniel Armstrong, 20, in connection with the crime.
 

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