The St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office charged Treyveon Maurice Moore, 19, of South Bend with Murder for his role in the death of Curtis Shelby, 28, of South Bend.
An investigation by the South Bend Police Department’s Violent Crimes Unit found that
Shelby was shot and killed in June 2022, near Prosper Apartments, Marshall Avenue and 33rd Street.
Following a review of the investigation, the Prosecutor’s Office charged Moore with
- Count I: Murder
- Count II: Murder
- Count III: Robbery Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury, a level 2 felony
- Count IV: Armed Robbery, a level 3 felony
- Count V: Firearm Enhancement
The sentencing range for Murder is 45 to 65 years. The sentencing range for a level 2
felony is 10 to 30 years. The sentencing range for a level 3 felony is three to 16 years. The
sentencing range for a firearm enhancement is five to 20 years.
As a result of the same investigation, the Prosecutor’s Office also charged Genevieve Elise
Ashton, 18, of South Bend with the following:
- Count I: Assisting a Criminal, a level 5 felony
The sentencing range for a level 5 felony is one to six years.
Moore is currently being held without bond at the St. Joseph County Jail. Ashton is currently being held on a $1,000 bond at the St. Joseph County Jail.
The people in Michiana would be a lot safer if Mr. Moore would be locked up for decades. The problem is dangerous criminals are let out and commit new crime. The judges are not keeping our community safe by letting these criminals get by with lighter sentences.
hopefully that’s true