Found January 30, 2013 on Fox Sports:
Former Indiana University basketball player Devan Dumes reportedly has been charged with attempted murder in connection with an attempted carjacking and theft. According to a report in The Indianapolis Star, police were called to an Indianapolis-area hospital on Jan. 11, where they interviewed Keith Jones, who had been shot in the neck. Jones told police that he met Dumes at a night club, according to a probable cause affadavit, and the two agreed that Jones would sell his car to Dumes. Dumes, however, brandished a handgun and shot Jones, according to the affadavit. Police found a semi-automatic handgun in Jones' Chevrolet Camaro, the Star reported, but Jones denied that it was his. Dumes, who played at Indiana from 2008-10, had been charged last week with criminal recklessness and carrying a handgun without a license in a different incident, The Star reported. Those charges were in relation to a Jan. 9 incident in which police say he fired a handgun at a house while his bro...
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