IRVING, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – An 18-year-old turned himself in to police on Tuesday, Feb. 23, two days after a deadly shooting in Irving.

Irving Police said officers responded to a fight call in the 4200 block of Reserve Way on Sunday, shortly after 9:00 p.m.

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That’s where police found Keenon Culver, 35, lying on the sidewalk bleeding from a single gunshot wound to his chest.

The Irving Fire Department rushed Culver to Parkland Memorial Hospital, where he died.

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The investigation led to evidence identifying Ghaza Harris, 18, as the suspected shooter.

Ghaza Harris mugshot (Irving PD)

Investigators issued a murder warrant for Harris, and on Tuesday, he turned himself in at a Dallas Police substation for his warrant.

Irving Police picked him up and took him to the Irving City Jail.

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This investigation is on-going, and anyone with information should contact the Irving Police Department at (972) 273-1010 (24 hours) or submit tips to ipdcrimetips@cityofirvin. Staff