Third victim dies following Evanston shooting

1 dead, 3 injured in Evanston shooting

CINCINNATI (FOX19) - A third person who was shot Sunday in Evanston has died, according to the Cincinnati Police Department.

The investigation started with a shooting around 7 p.m. that killed Andrew Wesley, 35, and injured three others in the 3600 block of Idlewild Avenue.

Officers were eventually led to Victory Parkway where they say they found a woman, Brittany Wagoner, 28, dead, according to CPD.

The three other victims were taken to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

On Monday, police said a third victim from the Idlewild Avenue shooting, Timothy Dugar, 33, died.

Police say Wagoner was the suspect’s wife.

A warrant was issued by Cincinnati police for Chandra Moore in connection with the shootings.

Moore fled to Detroit and was shot by police at a motel Monday morning, according to Detroit Police Chief James Craig.

Craig says Moore is in critical condition.

Friends who gathered Monday for a vigil to honor Wagoner say she was a “joy” and “the life of the party.”

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Rev. Peterson Mingo is a member of CPD’s so-called God Squad, a group that goes to crime scenes to pray and promote peace.

“This particular family has a reputation of being a family of closeness, a family of love, [with] high degree of spirituality,” Mingo said Monday evening. “A lot of members in that family are in ministry, in church, doing outreach... [A] prayerful family. And for something to happen to them is almost unspeakable.”

Mingo called Wesley a “pillar for the community,” a man who was “loved by family” and would “give the shirt off his back, willing to help in every situation.”

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