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HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. — After a long investigation, a Hendricks County teenager was arrested, and is believed to be involved in several shootings.

Booking photo of suspect Noah Phillips. He's accused of drug possession and being involved in several different shootings. He's white with dark hair, facing forward at the camera.

PHOTO: Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office

The Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office arrested 19-year-old Noah Phillips at his home in Clayton, Indiana back on October 29th. The investigation was a team effort between Indianapolis Metro Police, the Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team, and Indiana State Police Emergency Response Team.

The investigation led to a search warrant of Phillips’ home, where police seized several different kinds of guns, an AR-15, ammo, magazines, marijuana, and a 3D printable AR-15 full auto drop-in sear, which IMPD says can turn any AR-15 fully automatic.

Phillips is accused of having some kind of connection to several shootings, including one incident where a shot was fired into a home. Someone inside the home was struck by the bullet. IMPD did not give any other specific examples. He’s facing charges of possession of a machine gun, operation of a loaded machine gun, and possession of marijuana.

Phillips was released on November 16th from the Hendricks County jail on a work release pending trial.