NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind. (WANE) – An Illinois woman turned herself in to police hours after a man was arrested in connection to a deadly shooting in Illinois that left one police officer dead and another critically wounded.

Darius D. Sullivan

Around 9:30 a.m. Friday, the U.S. Marshal Great Lakes Fugitive Task Force received a search warrant for a residence on the 1000 block of North Bond Street in North Manchester. Officers from Indiana State Police, along with SWAT units, were called in to execute the search warrant.

Darius D. Sullivan, 26, and Daniel Acros, 19, of Kankakee, Ill., were found at the residence and arrested. ISP confirmed that Sullivan has warrants out for his arrest in connection to a shooting that killed one Illinois police officer and critically injured another.

Sullivan is in custody with the North Manchester Police Department and will be transferred to the Wabash County Sheriff’s Department.

Illinois State Police say 26-year-old Xandria Harris of Bradley, Illinois, turned herself in Friday afternoon to Bradley police. Harris’ attorney, Phil Haddad, declined to discuss her alleged involvement in the shooting, but told WLS-TV she maintains her innocence.

Xandra Harris

Indiana State Police are assisting the Illinois State Police in this investigation.

Indiana State Police investigated this residence at the 1000 block of Bond Street in North Manchester

Indiana State Police also announced that two Kankakee residents were arrested in Fulton County on Friday. Around 3:30 a.m., Fulton County Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle travelling the wrong way on a one-way street in Rochester.

That resulted in a pursuit with the vehicle, which eventually turned into a pursuit on foot.

Following the pursuit, Bryce Baker, 20, and Joshua Adams, 26, of Kankakee were arrested. Baker and Adams were charged with possession of stolen property, resisting law enforcement, and possession of a handgun without a license.

Indiana State Police did not specify if the arrests in Fulton County and Wabash County were connected.