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2 Men Booked For October Murder In Bloomington

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A U.S. Marshall's fugitive task force has captured Kevon Moon in connection with a Bloomington killing.

Authorities have served murder warrants on two people in connection with an October killing on Bloomington's west side, and are still seeking a third.

A U.S. marshal's task force arrested Kevon Moon, 22, of Chicago, in Lafayette, Indiana, on Wednesday.

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Police said James Moon, left, is still at large and should be considered armed and dangerous. Malcolm Johnson was in the McLean County Jail on an unrelated matter when police served him with a murder warrant.

Another man, 22-year-old Malcolm Johnson of Riverdale, Illinois, already is in the McLean County jail in a different case. Bond for Johnson and Moon is $3 million each. Moon is awaiting extradition to McLean County from the jail in Tippecanoe County, Indiana.

Police said Johnson, Kevon Moon, and a third man, 22-year-old James Moon, are responsible for shootings in the 1600 block of Iowa Street in Bloomington that left 20-year old Jaleel Johnson dead and two other men, ages 22 and 27 critically injured.

Police said James Moon is still at large. Officers cautioned Moon should be considered armed and dangerous.  

Jaleel Johnson died of a gunshot wound to the head, Coroner Kathy Yoder at the time of the shootings.

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