Indianapolis Police Seek Leads In QB’s Killing

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis police are asking for help from the public in finding the killer of 20-year-old community college quarterback Dominique Corder.

The sophomore played at Central Lakes College in Brainerd, Minn. Police in his hometown of Indianapolis say he was talking with someone in an SUV early on New Year’s Day when someone shot him in the abdomen.

He died at a hospital.

Sgt. Linda Jackson said Sunday that detectives are anxious for leads and says “no tip is too small” to phone in.

Corder led Central Lakes to a 10-2 record this season, ending with a 23-13 loss to Glendale (Ariz.) Community College in the Valley of the Sun Bowl.

He was a National Junior College Athletic Association All-American and MVP of the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference.

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  1. DARREN says:

    Why would a young man from Indy go all the way to Brainerd for a 2 year college degree?

    Why would he go home if someone was waiting for him to murder him?

    Something about this story is fishy. We don’t have all of the details.

  2. Mary Jane says:

    What is it with black violent deaths all the time?

  3. unknown says:

    Central Lakes has a rep of bringing in less fortunate kids who otherwise wouldn’t be in college and give them a chance to succeed.

  4. giginelcuore says:

    Darren, you are watching way too much CSI, Mobster and First 48 hours.

  5. Billy says:

    I think drugs were involved for sure.

  6. Heather says:

    How about you keep your assumptions to yourself. You don’t know what happened because you weren’t there. It doesn’t matter what you “think” happened. Could have been wrond place wrong time. YOu don’t know and I think that if you are going to make assumptions that you get the facts first so that you don’t hurt the family.

  7. john says:

    YES DRUGS, THIS KID IS A THUG, LIVIN A DREAM AS A COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOOTBALL STAR SELLING DOPE, HE HAD IT COMIN ASK HIS FRIENDS,

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