The suspect who was wanted in connection with a homicide New Castle has been arrested in Mahoning County on Wednesday.

According to jail records, 32-year-old Andrew Howard was arrested by the Ohio Adult Parole Authority on a charge of fugitive from justice. Jail records show him to have had a warrant for criminal homicide out of Lawrence County.

New Castle Police say the criminal homicide charge was filed in connection with the shooting death of 39-year-old Omar Hakim back in April of 2024 near East Moody Avenue and Carlisle Street.

Police say Hakim's body was found in the driver's seat of a Chevy Tahoe SUV with six bullet holes in the driver's seat window and a shattered rear passenger side window.

Another suspect, Angeline Masi-Carlucci was also arrested in connection with the shooting. She's accused of transporting the shooter, who is believed to be Howard to the scene of the crime just before it happened.

She was charged with conspiracy to commit homicide.

There is no word yet on an arraignment or extradition hearing for Howard.