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Man shot at Evanston restaurant dies from injuries, suspects charged

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Robert McCallum, pictured left, Daniel Stallworth, pictured right. Robert McCallum, pictured left, Daniel Stallworth, pictured right.
EVANSTON, OH (FOX19) -

The man shot at an Evanston restaurant in early June has died from his injuries, police say.

According to officials, Ledon Shelton, 42, died Tuesday.

On June 4, police responded to a shooting at Jack's Carryout and Drive Thru on Montgomery Road around 8:15 p.m. Shelton was taken to the hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound. He was listed in critical condition.

On June 10, police arrested Robert McCallum, 24, in connection with the shooting. A second victim, Daniel Stallworth, 28, was arrested on June 16 in Columbus, Oh.

Both suspects have been indicted by the grand jury and are facing multiple charges including aggravated robbery and felonious assault.

The homicide is still being investigated.

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