Police say 21-year-old Donovan Owens of Cleveland turned himself in
(Rocky River) - The Rocky River Police Department says a 21-year-old Cleveland man wanted in connection with Tuesday night's deadly shooting has turned himself in.
Donovan Owens surrendered to police at 6:40 p.m. Thursday. Police believe Owens was the only occupant in the vehicle at the time of the incident and acted alone. Owens will be seen in the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court at a later date.
Police Chief Kelly Stillman says Owens was identified by the surviving victim, 43-year-old Andrew Geraci. The deceased is identified 39-year-old Michael D. MacGillis, Jr.
An arrest warrant for murder was obtained and the Westshore Enforcement Bureau SWAT Team in conjunction with the Cleveland and Rocky River Police Departments attempted to serve this warrant last evening on Auburn Ave in the City of Cleveland.
Owens was not at his residence, but the vehicle used in this crime was found and towed to the Rocky River Police Department. Additional evidence was also recovered.
Police say MacGillis and Geraci were walking, when the car, with Owens inside, drove by. Words were exchanged, and the two men were shot at the home at 20879 Westway about 10:00 p.m., Tuesday.
Rocky River Police Lt. Larry Stalter says witnesses described a vehicle speeding away from the scene.
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