Fugitive suspect in fatal poker game captured - WNEM TV 5

Fugitive suspect in fatal poker game captured

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SAGINAW TOWNSHIP, MI (WNEM) -

Jesse Bobian, the man wanted in connection with a deadly shooting at a Saginaw County poker game, has been captured.

The incident happened about 12 a.m. March 12, 2015 at Camelot Place Apartments on Ivanhoe Drive in Saginaw County. The area is off of Center Road, between Gratiot and Michigan Avenue in Saginaw Township.

A high stakes poker game was allegedly going on at the apartment. Christopher Talkington, one of the poker players, orchestrated the robbery, police said.

Gunfire was exchanged between one of the participants and the suspects.

Ramon Caesar Vasquez, 25, was shot during the incident. He later passed away at the hospital, police said. Police did not mention if Vasquez was a poker player or one of the suspects. The Saginaw County Prosecutor has ruled the shooting was a justifiable homicide.

Jesse Bobian, was supposed to appear in district court on June 8, 2015. He failed to show and cut off his ankle monitor.

On Feb. 16, 2016 Bobian was arrested in Texas. He is currently jailed there.

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