2 Indicted In Red Lake Shooting That Left 1 Dead

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Two Redby men have been indicted in a shooting on the Red Lake Indian Reservation that left one man dead and two others injured.

The indictment made public Thursday charges 22-year-old Donald Leigh Clark Jr. and 22-year-old Cruze Anthony White with five counts, including murder and assault with intent to commit murder.

Julian DeMarrias died after the Nov. 3 street shooting in Redby, in which multiple shots were fired. The complaint says both groups of men had weapons.

Clark was arrested Saturday, found hiding under a blanket in a car. White is at large and considered armed and dangerous.

A police report says that weeks before the shooting, Clark and White pointed a shotgun at DeMarrias’ sister and asked about her brothers’ whereabouts.

A message left with Clark’s attorney was not immediately returned Thursday.

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  • Let me ask you

    Wait…didn’t the reservation have a casino funded police department?

    • response

      What point are you trying to make? Are you saying that since there is a police dept. that there should not be any crime?
      Many police departments are funded by the city, county or state and guess what?? They have crime too.
      Crime happens in many places, regardless where the funding for a police dept comes from.

  • MARK

    red lake is horrible. the worst of all reservations, i lived in bemidji, dont get me started bout there youth.. its sad, they dont care,

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