Suspect in Tuesday Carbondale shooting now wanted in Easter shooting

A man already wanted on charges regarding a Tuesday shooting is now also wanted in connection to a shooting that happened on Easter Sunday, according to Carbondale police. 

Police say their investigation into the March 27 shooting in the 400 block of West Walnut Street led detectives to obtain an arrest warrant for aggravated discharge of a firearm and reckless discharge of a firearm for Daniel Holmes. 

The warrant for Holmes is nationwide, and the bond has been set at $750,000. 

Holmes is also wanted on an active aggravated battery with a firearm warrant regarding the shooting that happened at the Evolve Apartment Complex in the 700 block of South Illinois Avenue on March 29. 

If you have information about where Holmes is, you can contact the Carbondale Police Department at 618-457-3200.  Police say Holmes should be considered armed and dangerous.

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