Man who says he saw killings surrenders, tells Star he went with 3 men to rob the house

By Vic Ryckaert An Indianapolis man turned himself in to Toledo, Ohio, police Thursday night in connection with the quadruple homicide on Hovey Street. A man who said he was Jasper Frazier, 36, told The Indianapolis Star before he turned himself in that he was at the scene of Monday night’s slayings but did not pull the trigger. “I ain’t kill them kids, man,” Frazier said, speaking from Toledo. “I’m not running. I’m turning myself in with my family.”

“The people that killed the kids, they was going to kill me,” he said. Police are questioning Frazier and two other Indianapolis men in connection with the four killings. Zarumin Coleman, 21, and Tommy Warren, 24, were in custody Thursday night on unrelated warrants, police said. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Chief Michael Spears said they were being questioned in the deaths of Gina Hunt, 24; her son Jordan Hunt, 23 months; Andrea Yarrell, 24; and her daughter, Charlii Yarrell, 4 months. Frazier told The Star that Coleman and two other men pulled him into a robbery plan that ended in the slayings. Frazier said he was in the house in the 3200 block of Hovey Street when another man fired the shots. “Yeah, I was there, man,” Frazier said, “and I asked the dude there, ‘Why the (expletive) you kill those kids?’ ” (Continue Reading…)

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