INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Metro Homicide detectives say a fight between two men turneddeadly and now the suspect is behind bars.
The incident happened on the west side near I-465 and 10thStreet. Several neighbors woke up Sunday morning to a womanscreaming and a man bleeding in the driveway of a home.
"I could hear a bunch of arguing inside the house next door,"neighbor Keith Houston said.
Houston had been inside his west side home sleeping, but walkedoutside when he heard noise Sunday morning, "The victim walks outand he's holding his neck and I just thought he was holding ituntil I saw the blood gushing out. So he tried to walk to his carand they were like, we got to get him to the hospital. I said no,let me call 911. Let's call 911."
Police say 23-year-old Robert Crawford was at his girlfriend'shouse, when 26-year-old Mark Miller stabbed him in the neck. Otherneighbors jumped in to help.
"He was laying there. I went over there, turned him over and putpressure on him and waited for the ambulance to come," saidneighbor Christal Passmore.
Investigators questioned Crawford's girlfriend and Miller, whois the father of one of her children.
Police say the child's father came over and spent the night.This morning the woman's boyfriend came in that's when the fightensued.
Officers picked up Miller about six blocks away from the crimescene on Glendora Drive.
"We're interviewing the people that were inside the home and thesuspect. We do understand there were at least two other adultspresent and two children during the time of the incident," IMPDSgt. Paul Thompson explained.
"This is a really nice neighborhood and I just can't believethat this stuff is happening this close to home and I have childrenand its very devastating," Passmore said.
Police say neither man lived at the Farley residence.
The prosecutor's office will now review the case.
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