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Who killed Noah Shahnavaz?

 Officer Noah Shahnavaz of the Elwood Police Department was killed in the line of duty early on Sunday morning.

The Elwood Police Department has been employing 24-year-old Shahnavaz, a military veteran of five years, for eleven months. His family includes his mom, dad, and siblings.

The suspect, identified as 42-year-old Anderson resident Carl Roy Webb Boards II, faces a preliminary murder charge. Madison County’s chief deputy prosecutor, Andrew Hanna, said that Boards was taken to the Hamilton County Jail and would likely be charged with a firearm enhancement as a habitual offender.

Hanna stated that Boards had a long criminal history, including a conviction in 2006 for firing a weapon at Indiana State Police officers.

About the Noah Shahnavaz incident

A 2012 Buick LaCrosse was stopped by Shahnavaz at the junction of Indiana 37 and County Road 1100 North at around 2 a.m. The police have not explained the traffic stop.

Boards exited the vehicle, fired multiple rounds, hitting Shahnavaz at least once, and then drove off. Elwood and Madison County police officers discovered the injured Shahnavaz and performed CPR on him until medical help arrived.

In the end, Shahnavaz was brought by ambulance to Ascension St. Vincent Mercy Hospital in Elwood, and then by helicopter to a hospital in the Indianapolis region, where he tragically passed away.

Around 2:30 in the morning, police in Hamilton County saw the Buick and tried to pull it over. The car kept driving south on Indiana 37. Deputies from the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office pursued the Buick and used a tire deflation device near the intersection of Indiana 37 and 146th Street.

Noah Shahnavaz: Who was he? What happened to him?

The Buick kept going south on IN-37 toward I-69. I-69 in Fishers was the site of two “precise immobilization tactics” used by police. The Buick crashed into the median barrier wall after the second try. With no additional incident, police were able to take Boards into prison.

The inquiry is ongoing at this time, according to the state police statement. The bond for Boards was set on Sunday, so he remained in the Hamilton County Jail.

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