Reports say Bowman had just cashed a lottery ticket and walked out the door of when he was accosted by Tibbs. When Bowman resisted, the teen allegedly fatally shot him.
Tibbs was then spirited away in a vehicle driven by a woman.
The crime was reported Jan. 16, 2015.
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Police say Cameron Tibbs, 17, of Indianapolis, turned himself in for his alleged involvement in the fatal shooting of David Bowman. He’s been charged with murder and carrying a handgun without a license, and police say he will be charged as an adult.
A Speedway man is dead after a shooting on the city’s northwest side Sunday evening.
Shortly before 8:30 p.m., police were called to a report of shots fired at a Phillips 66 gas station in the 2400 block of Lafayette Road.
When officers arrived, they found David Bowman, 31, of Speedway, on the ground between the gas pumps and the door to the gas station. Bowman was suffering from apparent gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Homicide detectives have released pictures of a woman in a gold Chevy Impala wanted for questioning in connection with this shooting. The car has dark-tinted windows and a spoiler, and was last seen traveling northbound on Kessler Boulevard North Drive from the scene of the shooting.
According to officers, the woman was seen getting into the car prior to the shooting.
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