UPDATE, 2/13/20:

Officials with the Joliet Police Department say they are currently seeking the whereabouts of a man who is wanted for First Degree Murder in connection with a fatal shooting that occurred in the city on Feb. 7.

According to a social media post, 22-year-old Jeremiah Gavin has an active Will County warrant out for his arrest in connection with the shooting.

As WSPY previously, reported two Joliet men have already been arrested in connection with the incident.

Twenty-two-year-old Javontae Gray of Joliet was arrested and is charged with Aggravated Discharge of a Firearm, Reckless Discharge of a Firearm, Obstructing Justice and Obstructing a Peace Officer.

Officials say 18-year-old Rasean Stokes of Joliet was also arrested and charged with Aggravated Discharge of a Firearm and Reckless Discharge of a Firearm.

On Feb. 7, officers responded to the 200 blk. of Republic Ave. at around 12:09 p.m. in reference to a shots fired incident.

Officers were informed upon arrival that the victim, 17-year-old Jeremiah Frazier of Joliet, had been dropped off at St. Joseph Medical Center in critical condition.

The victim was pronounced deceased on Sunday at 4:00 p.m. due to his injuries. According to the Will County Coroner's Officer, an autopsy performed Monday revealed that Frazier sustained a gunshot wound to the head.

During the course of the initial investigation, officers were able to determine that two vehicles were driving in opposite directions on Republic Ave.

Occupants from both vehicles began firing rounds at each other at one point, resulting in the victim being shot while inside of one of the vehicles.

Officials say Gray dropped the victim off at the hospital and left. Gray returned a short time later and was arrested.

Detectives were able to determine Stokes was also inside one of the vehicles involved in the shooting and was arrested. Officials say the investigation is stillĀ  active and on-going investigation.

Anyone with information on Gavin's whereabouts is encouraged to contact the Joliet Police Investigations Unit at (815) 724-3020 or Will County Crime Stoppers.

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ORIGINAL STORY:

Two Joliet men were arrested in connection with a fatal shooting that occurred in the city on Friday.

According to the Joliet Police Department, 22-year-old Javontae Gray of Joliet was arrested and is charged with Aggravated Discharge of a Firearm, Reckless Discharge of a Firearm, Obstructing Justice and Obstructing a Peace Officer.

Officials say 18-year-old Rasean Stokes of Joliet was also arrested and charged with Aggravated Discharge of a Firearm and Reckless Discharge of a Firearm.

As WSPY previously reported, officers responded to the 200 blk. of Republic Ave. at around 12:09 p.m. in reference to a shots fired incident.

Officers were informed that the victim, 17-year-old Jeremiah Frazier of Joliet, had been dropped off at St. Joseph Medical Center in critical condition.

The victim was pronounced deceased on Sunday at 4:00 p.m. due to his injuries. According to the Will County Coroner's Officer, an autopsy performed Monday revealed that Frazier sustained a gunshot wound to the head.

During the course of the initial investigation, officers were able to determine that two vehicles were driving in opposite directions on Republic Ave.

Occupants from both vehicles began firing rounds at each other at one point, resulting in the victim being shot while inside of one of the vehicles.

Officials say Gray dropped the victim off at the hospital and left. Gray returned a short time later and was arrested.

Detectives were able to determine Stokes was also inside one of the vehicles involved in the shooting and was arrested. Officials say the investigation is stillĀ  active and on-going investigation.

Information provided in this report has been obtained from area authorities, including but not limited to local police, fire and emergency dispatch officials. Information is sourced only from official sources of public information unless otherwise stated. Subjects listed who have been charged or cited for crimes have not been proven guilty in court and all acts are alleged.