Man wanted for murder of woman outside Toledo home surrenders

Dimitrias Graves

The man police say shot and killed his ex-girlfriend outside a north Toledo home earlier this week has turned himself in to authorities.

Dimitrias Austin Graves, 27, was wanted by Toledo Police for the fatal shooting of 22-year-old Mariah Wells Wednesday evening. The shooting occurred around 7:45 p.m. outside a home on Spring Street, near Mulberry, in north Toledo.

When officers arrived at 658 Spring St. they found Wells, of Newark, Ohio, on the ground outside the home. She was not able to be revived and died as a result of injuries sustained in the shooting. A second victim was located within blocks of the home. That victim is said to have been shot in the eye.

The north Toledo home is said to belong to Graves' mother.

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On Thursday, a warrant was issued nationwide for Graves' arrest. According to police, Graves turned himself in at the Safety Building in downtown Toledo late Friday night.

Graves faces charges including murder and three counts of felonious assault.

Toledo Police say an investigation into the fatal shooting continues.

A warrant remains for a Toledo man wanted in connection with another fatal shooting. Marquis Walker is wanted for the murder of his ex-girlfriend, Jordan Jones, insider her west Toledo apartment.