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Police Charge Erie Man for Shooting at Home; Stems from Homicide

Courney Harden and Michael Noble II face different charges from two seperate shooting incidents.
January 8, 2014 – A second Erie man is in custody tonight in connection with a weekend murder after the other suspect shot at a house Sunday morning.

Police are calling that shooting retaliation stemming from the city's first homicide of the year.

Courtney Harden, 21, the man police say shot and killed Rashid Anderson, 26, turned himself into police Tuesday night.

Harden faces charges including homicide.

Anderson was shot and killed Sunday morning at the former East Erie TurnerS building on Parade Street.

Shortly after that shooting, police were called to 2307 Holland Street for reports of shots fired.

Police originally investigated that shooting as retaliation for the homicide -- confirming today it was Harden’s house.

According to the affidavit of probable cause, those inside the home say gunfire erupted, so they hit the floor, scrambling for safety.

After investigating and interviewing people who were inside the home, police issued an arrest warrant for Michael Noble II, 25, today.

Noble was taken into custody near 20th and poplar streets around 2-30 this afternoon.

He is charged with aggravated assault and other offenses.
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