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INDIANAPOLIS — A fight over a stimulus check may have been at the center of a shooting that ended with four people dead in Indianapolis over the weekend.

Jeanettrius Moore is the only one to survive the shooting. She ran to the house of Craig Jackson after she and investigators say Malik Halfacre shot and killed her seven-year-old daughter Eve Moore, along with Tomeeka Brown, Dequan Moore, and Anthony Johnson.

Jackson said he opened the door to find Moore hiding behind a wall on his front porch, saying that the shooting, believed to be Halfacre by police, was chasing after her.

“She was frantic. She was hysterical. She was in pain,” Jackson said to WISH-TV. “She said her baby daddy shot her, and he shot her, her mother, and the kids. She said she was the only person who got away.”

Jackson called 911 and as the cops were on their way he said he kept talking to Moore in order to try and keep her conscious as she was suffering from a gunshot wound.

“I said, ‘Why did he shoot you?’ And her exact words were ‘stimulus money’,” Jackson said. “Her exact words were, ‘I am the only one who got away. He killed the rest of them.’ Those were her exact words.”

Halfacre was arrested the next day after a four-hour standoff with police. He is charged with murder, robbery, and attempted murder.