Courtesy of WISN Milwaukee:
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Police in Bloomington, Ind., said a man who died in an overnight shooting was a man wanted for a Waukesha homicide.
Bloomington Police said Eddie Callaway, 26, was spotted by Indiana State Police around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday night on a bicycle on a pedestrian trail.
Callaway was wanted on a federal warrant for the murder of his girlfriend, Shanel Negron, on April 22.
Waukesha police said Callaway shot Negron in front of their town-home and had not been seen since.
Police in Bloomington said they ordered Callaway off his bicycle Tuesday evening. Officers said he was being restrained while back-up officers arrived.
Captain Joe Qualters said that when backup officers arrived, Callaway reached into his waistband, produced a weapon and shot himself in the head.
Callaway was pronounced dead at the scene by medical personnel.
Waukesha police will hold a news conference Wednesday afternoon regarding the case. WISN.com will provide live streaming coverage of that news conference when it begins.Share this post via: