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Man arrested in murder of his girlfriend on Indy's north side

Brenen Mosley was arrested and charged with murder and criminal confinement.
Credit: Josh Blankenship
Police on scene of a deadly shooting on Westfield Blvd on the north side.

INDIANAPOLIS — IMPD arrested 19-year-old Brenen Mosley for murder in a double shooting on the north side of Indianapolis Sunday at the 9000 Westfield apartment complex.

Police were called to the area, just north of East 86th Street on Westfield Boulevard and found a man wounded and a woman shot to death.

In court documents, Mosley allegedly told officers he shot his girlfriend Autumn Garay and then himself. He changed his story at one point claiming she shot herself and he didn't want her to die alone, so he shot himself. 

Officers described Mosley's injury as a graze wound and took him to the hospital.

After being released from the hospital, Mosley allegedly told officers during an interview that he was attempting to stop Autumn from leaving the apartment and was standing in front of her pointing his handgun at her chest. After approximately one minute he said Autumn tried to walk by him and he shot her in the chest.

Mosley admitted to not calling 911 and shooting himself.

Mosley was arrested and charged with murder and criminal confinement.

Anyone with information about this incident should call the IMPD Homicide Office at (317) 327-3475 or Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at (317) 262-8477.