Two men have been charged in connection with a fatal shooting in South Bend late Wednesday night.

Michael Jackson, 40, is dead and two others are injured following an apparent home invasion near the Notre Dame campus.

Police charged 28-year-old Mario McGrew and 36-year-old Shawn Alexander with felony murder and burglary. 

Alexander was still on the loose until late Friday afternoon when South Bend Police issued an update on Twitter, saying: 

Shawn Alexander, final suspect wanted in the latest local homicide has just turned himself in at the SBPD Front Desk.

The home invasion and shooting happened in the 18000 block of Warrick Street. It is just east of Notre Dame campus and Twyckenham road.

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According to the St. Joseph County Sheriff's Department, the call came in just after 10 Wednesday night.

When police got there they found Jackson dead from multiple gunshots.

The homeowner, Robert Carrico, was found alive but suffering from multiple gun shots. He was taken to the hospital.

According to the prosecutor's office, McGrew entered the home under the pretext of wanting to buy marijuana. Then Alexander and Jackson forced their way into the home after him. The prosecutor says McGrew, Alexander and Jackson had planned to steal marijuana and other items from Carrico during the drug deal -- that Jackson held a gun on Carrico, who pulled his own gun and shot Jackson when he was distracted. 

Carrico also shot McGrew in the chest, according to the prosecutor's office. McGrew fled the home with Alexander, who drove McGrew to the hospital. Police questioned McGrew there and he eventually admitted to his part in the crime.