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Mason fugitive Wallace Goodwin turns himself in

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A man wanted by Mason police for the alleged attempted murder of Devon Fields on June 15 has been found.
Mason Police Chief James Paris said Wallace Jermaine Goodwin turned himself in to police on Aug. 21. He was charged with reckless endangerment, attempted first-degree murder and criminal simulation.
Police reports indicate Goodwin, Fields and other individuals were involved in an argument at the Low End Bar on Front Street at approximately 11:30 p.m. the night Fields was shot.
Fields reportedly left in his vehicle and headed to a residence in the Richland Hills subdivision.
That's when police say the shooting happened.
Goodwin allegedly began following Fields and before Fields could arrive at his destination, Goodwin began shooting at him and his vehicle near the area of Friendship Circle and Countryside.
Fields, said Paris, was hit by gunfire at least four times, one of those in the back of his head.
A Countryside residence was also struck by a bullet.
A police officer found Fields at Gainesville Lane and Springview. He was transported to Regional One Medical Center in Memphis.
Goodwin was arraigned on Aug. 22. He was released on a $50,000 bond.

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