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Second Person Arraigned for New Year's Homicide


LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) -- A man who was left paralyzed after being shot in Lansing on New Year's Day has been arraigned for his alleged role in the shooting, officials say.

Ingham County Prosecutor Stuart Dunnings III said on Monday that Noe Arcaute, 24, has been charged with murder and three counts of assault with intent to murder. Dunnings says Arcaute faces weapons charges as well.

These charges stem from a January 1 shooting outside of the Save On convenience store near Willow and Knollwood, Police say Nicholas Jones, 29, was killed in the shooting. Four other people, including Arcaute, were also injured.

Arcaute's lawyer, Denise Hairston, says Arcaute "claims his innocence and wants the individual who shot him caught and charged."

Delon Miller, 20, was also charged earlier this month with five charges connected to the shooting, including open murder.

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