The suspect in a deadly shooting in Farrell on Sunday has turned himself in.

Mercer County District Attorney Peter Acker tells 21 News 23-year-old Yishmael Lee turned himself in to police Tuesday morning.

According to court records, Lee has since been arraigned on one count of murder and two counts of aggravated assault. He will be held in the Mercer County Jail without bond.

The charges stem from a deadly shooting at the Twin Elks Lodge in Farrell Sunday morning that claimed the life of 22-year-old Lay'Onte Hammonds. 

Police say the shooting stemmed from a physical fight between the two parties. Witnesses told police at some point, another man identified as Louis Brewer punched Hammonds in the face freeing Lee from Hammonds's control.

It was then that Lee allegedly shot Hammonds who soon succumbed to his injuries. 

Court records show Lee is scheduled for a preliminary hearing June 4, but Acker tells us this had to be rescheduled. No new date has been set yet.