Two men indicted in connection to the murder of Catherine Craig
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Two men were indicted by a grand jury, Thursday, in connection to the fatal shooting of a woman in Toledo this summer.
Demond Allen, 21, and Steven Weaver, 22, were indicted on several charges including aggravated murder with a three and five- year gun specification; murder with a three and five-year gun specification; four counts of felonious assault with both a three and five-year gun specification; and lastly, discharging a firearm on/near prohibited premises with both a three-year gun specification and a five-year firearm discharge.
Court documents show Demond Allen, 21, was arrested on a murder charge Monday, Sept. 26, in the death of Catherine Craig. Allen is being held on a $1 million bond.
Toledo Police issued murder warrants for Allen and Steven Weaver, 22, on August 31. At last check, Weaver is still on the run. Police previously issued a murder warrant for Daevon Higgs, 22, in the case on August 2 but Higgs was murdered just days later on August 5 in the Ravine Park Village.
According to court documents, Allen was in the front passenger seat of a vehicle when he allegedly fired several shots at the vehicle Craig and three others were in on July 31. Craig and another woman in that car were struck. Craig suffered a gunshot wound to her abdomen and did not survive her injuries. The other victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
Police said the suspects shot at the victim’s vehicle while it was traveling northbound on N. Detroit.
Allen is currently in custody.
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