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WMOH Updates Archives for 2022-05

ACCUSED WALMART KILLER INDICTED

Accused Walmart shooter/killer Anthony Brown was arraigned in Butler County Common Pleas Court last week. He is facing a five count aggravated murder indictment in the shooting death of 35yo shopper Adam Black and the wounding of a Walmart employee. Brown was allegedly trying to steal a cellphone when he shot Black and the employee during his getaway. If convicted, Brown faces life in prison. Brown's attorney has filed a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity. A competency hearing has been set for late July. Judge Daniel Haughey ordered bond set at $900,000, lower than the original $5 million set after Brown's first appearance in Area II Court.

Woman Killed In Bus Collision

A woman killed when her car slammed into a bus Monday has been identified. Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones says 61yo Debra Halsey of Forest Park died when her EB Chevy Cruse went left of center and smashed head-on into a WB Lakota school bus that was empty, except for the driver. It happened on Millikin Road at Fieldstone Farms Blvd around 10:45am. There's no indication why Halsey's vehicle went left of center.

Stabbing Victim Identified

The Butler County Coroner's Office has identified the man stabbed to death during an attack on a quinceañera party at the Hamilton FOP Lodge 38 Event Hall Saturday night. 20 year old Ivan Israel Diaz of Hamilton died from a stab wound, and the cause of death was a homicide, according to a report from the coroner's office. Three other men were also wounded in the attack. Police are looking for two men described as persons of interest in the case. If you know the whereabouts of Juan Flores and Jose Flores, you are being urged to call Detective Tony Kiep at (513) 868-5811, extension 1261. FOP Lodge 38 leadership will meet soon to respond to the weekend events.

Gas Prices Shoot Up

Gas prices in Greater Cincinnati took a huge jump over the past week. Gas Buddy says regular unleaded is averaging $4.14 a gallon, which is up 25 cents over last week. The price of diesel is $5.58 a gallon on average in greater Cincinnati. The lowest prices can be found at several stations in the Middletown area, where unleaded is going for $3.95 a gallon.

 

Two Sought In FOP Shooting

Hamilton's FOP Lodge 38 is calling this weekend's deadly incident at their event hall "absolutely abhorrent." One man was shot to death, and three others were injured after trouble erupted around 10:30 Saturday night. Police are looking for two men described as persons of interest. If you know the whereabouts of Juan Flores and Jose Flores, you are being urged to call Detective Tony Kiep at (513) 868-5811, extension 1261. FOP Lodge 38 leadership will meet soon to respond to the weekend events.

 

Biden Visits Hamilton

President Joe Biden stopped in Hamilton Friday to promote his so-called Bipartisan Innovation Act. Biden was joined by U.S. Senators Rob Portman and Sherrod Brown during the appearance at United Performance Metals on Symmes Road.  Biden toured the facility, getting a look at 3D printing technology before his speech. Hamilton Mayor Pat Moeller told WMOH "it's exciting when any president visits Hamilton, Ohio.  The fact that he's here about advanced manufacturing makes all of us proud, because we have have quite a bit of advanced manufacturing here, and it's just great to be able to show off what we have here. We make a lot of things here, and President Biden knows that."

 

SMITH: Big Projects Coming

Hamilton City Manager Joshua Smith delivered his very first mid term State of the City address Thursday. Smith gave a peek into the future for the area across the river from Spooky Nook, which is being vacated by Cohen Recycling. Smith says a company is proposing a $350 million development that includes hotels, residential and office space, as well as a grocery store anchor. Smith also unveiled plans for another brewery. Third Eye will open a $3.1 million location in Hamilton, at the old Pepsi Cola bottling plant on Route 4.

 

(Photo Courtesy: TV Hamilton)

 

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