Homicide officially ruled in Sunday morning shooting near Bethel College

(Photos supplied/South Bend Police Department)

A forensic pathologist has determined a man shot to death not far from Bethel College over the weekend died of multiple gunshot wounds.

It was also ruled that 19-year-old Anthony Mobley Jr. died as the result of a homicide, according to ABC 57.

South Bend officers responded to a report of shots fired in the 100 block of South Logan Street, not far from Bethel College. The shooting reportedly happened after 4 a.m. Sunday, according to the South Bend Police Department.

Officers found Mobley suffering from gunshot wounds. He was declared dead once medical personnel arrived.

Several witnesses have interviewed with the County Metro Homicide Unit. It was later determined a second gunshot victim went to an area hospital for treatment. The juvenile was treated and released from the hospital.

Officers are searching for a person of interest in Mobley’s shooting. 19-year-old Tabais K. Davis is considered armed and dangerous.  If anyone has information reference the whereabouts of Davis, they are asked to contact CMHU or the SBPD.

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