INDIANAPOLIS (Jan. 27, 2014) – The man convicted in the 2010 Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration shootings now faces charges in a new case.
Prosecutors have filed 30 charges of forgery against Shamus Patton.
He’s accused of faking the signature of business managers on work release documents while serving time at a work release facility. Patton started his sentence after serving two years for the 2010 downtown shooting spree that injured several people.
He already faced six counts of forgery in a separate case filed in June 2013.