FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — Detectives have released new details regarding Wednesday night's shooting that left two people dead, one seriously injured and a man arrested.
According to a probable cause affidavit, 32-year-old Joseph Bossard of Fort Wayne went into the Quick Stop convenience store at the Shell gas station Wednesday at about 7 p.m. to purchase cigarettes.
Investigators with the Fort Wayne Police Department say Bossard is seen on a surveillance video inside the store arguing with three young males who were also shopping.
When Bossard left the store he allegedly got into his pickup truck and drove around to a gas pump where the three boys were parked at and almost "sideswiped" one of them.
After he pulled up behind their car, charging documents say Bossard for out of his truck and is seen on camera "repeatedly firing a handgun at the driver's side of this car."
Police say as Bossard was shooting into the car the driver took off south on Hobson Road and the boys crashed about a half-mile away from the gas station and he went after them in his truck.
Detectives say they found shell casings at the gas station pumps and nearby where the car crashed on Hobson Road.
Two victims were pronounced dead at the scene and one is currently in critical condition.
He was found at home in the 2200 block of Laverne Ave just before midnight Thursday and taken into custody.
Police report that when they arrested Bossard he was in possession of the same debit card that was used at the gas station to purchase cigarettes earlier that night.
Investigators charged Bossard with two preliminary counts of murder and one count of aggravated battery.
He is being held at the Allen County Jail without bond.
You can view the probable cause affidavit below.