Man Wanted For Red Lake Shooting Surrenders

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A fugitive indicted in a shooting on the Red Lake Indian Reservation that left one man dead and two others injured has surrendered to authorities.

Twenty-two-year-old Cruze Anthony White appeared in federal court in Bemidji Tuesday following his surrender Monday night. The Pioneer reports White remains in jail pending a Thursday hearing.

White was indicted last week along with 22-year-old Donald Leigh Clark Jr. on five counts, including murder and assault with intent to commit murder.

The indictment accuses the two men of killing Julian Keith DeMarrias and assaulting his brother and another man Nov. 3 on the reservation.

Clark’s vehicle was found abandoned in an old graveyard in Redby about a week after the shooting. He was arrested Jan. 15.

The FBI and tribal police department investigated the shooting.

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