A man accused of a deadly shooting inside the Mall at Tuttle Crossing in Columbus Sunday is back in jail following his indictment.
Tyrone Gray Jr., 24, was taken into custody after turning himself in at the Franklin County Jail on Thursday, according to the Deputy United States Marshal Charles Sanso.
Gray was originally taken into custody shortly after the shooting and was charged with murder. He posted a $50,000 bond and was released from the Franklin County Jail Monday night, our news partners at WBNS report.
On Wednesday, Gary was indicted on six counts which included aggravated murder, murder, aggravated burglary and inducing panic. A warrant for his arrest was issued that same day according to court records obtained by WBNS.
The charges stem from the shooting death of 25-year-old Dontarious Sylvester inside Sole Stop on June 12.
According to court records, surveillance video showed the men were arguing in the store.
Records state that Sylvester hit Gray with a handbag, Gray then pulled out a gun and fired multiple times at Sylvester before walking out of the store and calling 911.
In an over 8-minute 911 call Gray told dispatchers “a man assaulted me with his purse and I shot. I shot him.”, according to WBNS.
Gray is currently in custody at the Franklin County Jail.