By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

By Alina Panek

LANSING, Ill. (CBS) — Juwan Frazier, 37, from Lansing, was charged Monday by the Lansing Police Department for first-degree murder in a shooting on July 6.

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Juwan Frazier, 37, from Lansing, IL, has been charged with First-Degree Murder by the Lansing Police Department.

According to the Lansing Police Department, Frazier visited his former residence and saw “his ex-girlfriend in a vehicle with another male subject.”

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The release states on July 6 at 2:20 a.m., Frazier confronted Floyd Steele, 34, from Chicago, on the same street that Frazier saw his ex-girlfriend and “fired shots multiple times.” Police said on July 8, the Lake County Indiana Coroner’s Office ruled Floyd’s death a homicide.

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On Monday, Frazier and his attorney came to the Lansing Police Department and was taken into custody without incident. Frazier will transported to Markham Courthouse for a bond hearing on Tuesday.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff