1 suspect in custody, 1 still sought in Joplin killing

(AP) - One man is in custody in connection with a fatal shooting in
Joplin, and police continue searching for a second suspect.The Joplin Globe reports that 27-year-old Moses Ramsey was arrested Tuesday. He is charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in a shooting on Sunday that killed 47-year-old Sean Harris.

Harris was found shot at an apartment complex and died at a hospital.

Another man arrived at a hospital around the same time in a private vehicle suffering from a gunshot wound. His injuries aren't life-threatening.

Prosecutor Kimberly Fisher says Ramsey is accused of encouraging 47-year-old Artilius Jordan to shoot Harris because they believed Harris was having a relationship with Jordan's girlfriend.

Jordan is at large but is charged with first-degree murder and other counts.

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