Suspect in Indianapolis shooting of five turns himself in, makes initial court appearance

Domonique Stone, 24
A man police say took part in a shooting that injured five people, including three children last weekend, turned himself in Sunday and made his initial court appearance Wednesday.

Domonique Stone, 24, faces five robbery charges, two counts of burglary and one count of carrying a handgun without a license after turning himself in Sunday evening.

The shooting happened Sunday, April 5, in an apartment near 59th and Georgetown. Someone used a high-powered assault rifle to shoot two women and three young boys.

On Saturday, April 11, investigators said they'd received a tip Stone planned to turn himself in, but not until this week because he wanted "to chill this weekend."

Stone is set to go to trial in June.

Police are still trying to identify two other suspects. One of them was seen leaving the scene in a 2002 silver Ford Focus that had been stolen during a carjacking. It has Indiana license plate WOJ856.