BLOOMINGTON — Two men are in custody and police are seeking a third on murder charges in the April shooting of a man on Orchard Road.
The three men, all charged in a single criminal case filed Monday, also are charged with aggravated discharge of a firearm and mob action.
A warrant was issued for Scotty Allen 18, of Bloomington. Charges alleged he was responsible for shooting the victim. Allen was shot during the incident. He was released from the hospital, but police said he was not in custody as of Tuesday afternoon.
McNabb, whose address is listed as Las Vegas, Nev., in court records, is jailed in lieu of $200,035. Herbert must post the same amount to be released.
Bond was set at $3 million for Allen, meaning he must post $300,035 to be released.
McNabb and Hebert appeared before McLean County Associate Circuit Judge Tom Funk via a video link from the McLean County jail Tuesday afternoon. Their bonds remained unchanged. Both are due in court at 9 a.m. June 21.
Neither spoke during the court appearances.
Neighbors reported hearing multiple gunshots during the Orchard Road incident which also left Nathaniel Caldwell, 26, wounded.
Nash was found unresponsive inside a vehicle that crashed into a parked car about two blocks from the shooting scene. He was unresponsive and pronounced dead at the scene.
The 1200 block of Orchard Road has seen three people killed and four people injured or wounded in two gunfire incidents within 12 months.
Hammet Brown is charged with killing Taneshiea Brown, 20, and Steven Alexander Jr. 18, as they stood outside a large gathering at 1221 Orchard Road on June 10, 2018. Kenleia Sims and Tyree Jones also were shot but survived their wounds. Hammet Brown is due next in court on Aug. 9.
Hebert has been in jail since April in a separate weapons case. He was one of three men arrested April 11 in the 800 block of IAA Drive in Bloomington. Two guns were recovered at the scene, police said.
Hebert is charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon without a firearm owners identification card and possession of a weapon without a FOID card.
Anyone with additional information is asked to contact BPD Detective Tyrel Klein at 309-820-8888. If you wish to remain anonymous, call McLean County Crime Stoppers at 309-828-1111. If your call leads to the arrest and indictment of suspect(s), you may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.