SOUTH BEND -

Bond has been denied for two suspects in a deadly home invasion near Notre Dame last week.

Mario McGrew, 28, and Shawn Alexander, 36, were both arraigned on Monday.

Last Wednesday (Oct. 23) around 10:15 p.m., officers with the St. Joseph County Sheriff's Department were called to a home in the 18300 block of Warrick Street in South Bend.

Michael Jackson, 40, was found dead. An autopsy determined Jackson died of multiple gunshot wounds.

The homeowner, Robert Carrico, 28, was found alive but also suffering from gunshot wounds. He was taken to Memorial Hospital.

Police learned from witnesses that a third person involved in the shooting fled from the scene. A short time later, that person, who was McGrew, showed up at Memorial Hospital with multiple gunshot wounds. 

The County Metro Homicide Unit arrested McGrew.

Alexander, who police were looking for as another suspect, turned himself in to police on Friday.

According to McGrew, Alexander and Jackson allegedly pushed their way into Carrico's house and held Carrico and two women at gunpoint. A gunfight then erupted between Carrico and Jackson.

McGrew has formally been charged with burglary and felony murder, while Alexander faces burglary, felony murder and robbery charges.

McGrew's initial court hearing is set for November 5, while Alexander is scheduled to appear in court a week later.