UPDATE: Fatal fight at Greenwood apartment complex

12:47 p.m. Wednesday

A Greenwood man died following a Tuesday shooting in the 1100 block of Westminster Court, Greenwood.

Jason Grider, 48, was shot following a fight with several juveniles at Westminster Apartments and Townhomes Tuesday at around 8:07 p.m. He was transported to Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Hospital where he was pronounced deceased, according to a media release from Greenwood police.

Upon arrival officers located an adult male with a single gunshot wound lying in the street. Witnesses told police Grider had been involved in an altercation with four Black male juveniles prior to the shooting, police say.

The males fled the scene prior to officer’s arrival. Later, detectives located two people who were involved in the fight at an apartment in the next door Polo Run Apartments complex. The juveniles were questioned at the Greenwood police and later released, police say.

Detectives are still pursuing leads and this is an on-going investigation, police say.

10:47 p.m. Tuesday

For the second time in three days, first responders were called to the scene of a shooting in Greenwood.

The shooting was reported at around 8:07 p.m. Tuesday in the 1100 block of Westminster Court, in the Westminster Apartments and Townhomes complex.

The only information police could immediately confirm is that one man was shot following an altercation with several other people, said Jim Ison, Greenwood police chief.

Those people fled the scene, and at around 9 p.m., police were beginning the process of locating those involved with the shooting, he said.

The man was transported to Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Hospital in Indianapolis for treatment. His condition was not immediately available.

Witnesses at the scene said the people involved were juveniles who ran through the fence toward the neighboring Polo Run Apartments, located to the south.

Between this incident and the mass shooting at the Greenwood Park Mall on Sunday, Westminster residents were in shock. Their complex is just one block away from the mall, which is on the other side of U.S. 31.

“It is very scary. I never would have imagined this would happen so close to me,” resident Raquel Reyes said. “This is nuts. The fact that people keep resorting this gun (stuff) is insane.”

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story had the wrong time for the incident. The current version is updated with the correct time. 

This story will be updated when more information becomes available.