Tiffany Wray

Tiffany Wray

Indianapolis Man Shot the Mother of His Child, Killed Her Sister

Police: 1-Year-Old Girl Found Near Mother's Dead Body

March 22, 2009

INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis police are looking for a man accused in a double shooting that left the mother of his child in critical condition and her sister dead.

Quanita Wray, 24, called 911 just after 7 a.m. Saturday to say that she had been shot multiple times, along with her sister, Tiffany Wray, 21, in a home at 5419 E. 42nd St., said Indianapolis police Lt. Jeffrey Duhamell.

Officers found Tiffany Wray dead in a bedroom, with her 1-year-old daughter lying near her. Quanita Wray was transported to Wishard Memorial Hospital in critical condition, Duhamell said. Marco Robinson is wanted in connection with the shooting. Police said he has at least one child with Quanita Wray and that the couple had a history of domestic disputes. Investigators recovered Robinson's vehicle shortly after 2 p.m. Saturday. He is described by police as black, 28 years old and 250 pounds. Duhamell said Robinson had cut his hair. He recently had a restraining order filed against him. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call police or Crime Stoppers at 317-262-TIPS.

At first, police thought that three boys -- ages 2, 4 and 6 years old -- had been taken from the home after the shooting, but it was later determined that they had spent the night at a relative's home. They were located just after noon, Duhamell said. All of the children were taken into custody of Child Protective Services.

Quanita Wray

Suspect in shooting turns himself in

March 29, 2009 by Jason Thomas | Star staff

The man wanted connection with a March 21 shooting that left one sister dead turned himself in early Sunday.

Marco R. Robinson had been sought on warrants for murder, attempted murder, home invasion, carrying a handgun without a license and violation of a protective order, said Lt. Jeff Duhamell, a spokesman for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.

Police said Robinson’s mother and sister had been in contact with him and cooperated with police, convincing Robinson to turn himself him.He turned himself in at police headquarters at 12:30 a.m., according to Duhamell.Robinson was wanted in the shooting of Tiffany Wray, 21, who died, and of Quanita Wray, 24, who was critically injured. The sisters were shot at the home they shared in the 5400 block of East 42nd Street.Police said the shooting was the latest in a string of domestic incidents involving Robinson, who is believed to have been in a relationship with Quanita Wray.


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