Second suspect faces murder charge in fatal officer involved shooting

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (April 3, 2016) – A suspect faces a murder charge following the death of another suspect during an officer involved shooting on the city’s west side Saturday night.

Initially, IMPD was dispatched to the McDonald's near 38th Street and Lafayette Road around 11:30 p.m. for a robbery in progress.

Officers entered the restaurant through a rear door to investigate, and they were confronted by an armed robbery suspect.

Police say the suspect refused to cooperate with officers.  An officer shot the suspect, and he died at the scene. The suspect was later identified as Cameron Gover, 30.

Additionally, officers arrested Briscoe Jones, 27. He faces preliminary charges of robbery and felony murder for Gover's death. According to IMPD, "Jones is charged with Felony Murder because a death occurred during the robbery."

No employees or officers were injured. The McDonald's will be closed as the investigation continues.

IMPD initially reported that the name of the deceased suspect is Cameron Glover, but later they sent a correction stating that his last name is actually Gover.