Man Killed In Indy Fight

May 28, 2014 by  

Man Killed In Indy Fight, A man was shot and killed where hundreds of fans are camping for the race.

Police told Eyewitness News they would be out in full force overnight Saturday and during Sunday’s race to make sure fans stayed safe. No added patrols were planned, though, in light of that deadly shooting near the Speedway.

That incident started as an argument but escalated into gunfire that left a young father dead, according to police, and a teenager under arrest for his murder.

It happened in the Coke Lot near the track around 2:00 Saturday morning in front of a crowd of witnesses who were camped out ahead of the race. When it was over, 25-year-old Max Levine from Kokomo who had come to enjoy the Indianapolis tradition with friends, was dead.

“I was woken up at 4:00 in the morning,” said Victor Levine, explaining how he learned his oldest son, Max Levine, was dead. “Max had a future. He had a bright future.”

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