Tuesday, October 10, 2000

Three held after shooting, chase




By Kristina Goetz
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Three young men were behind bars Monday night after a juvenile was shot and police were led on a lengthy car chase.

        Police say a fight in the English Woods housing project led to the early evening shooting.

        The 17-year-old victim, who was shot several times in the buttocks, was listed in stable condition Monday night at Children's Hospital.

        Police are not releasing the victim's name because he is under 18.

        Antonio McKinney, 23, of 2554 Westwood Northern Blvd., was charged with felonious assault and receiving stolen property. Police say the semiautomatic weapon used in the shooting was stolen.

        Lamont McKinney, 19 of the same address, was charged with felony fleeing to elude and with complicity.

        Police could not confirm the relationship of the two men.

        Police did not release any information about the third suspect, a juvenile.

        Officials say a 911 call came in just before 7 p.m. reporting a person shot. When police arrived at 2014 Sutter Ave. in English Woods, they spotted a car leaving the scene. After the chase, the suspects' car crashed at 1024 Woodlawn Ave. in Price Hill.

        Residents who live in the housing project said the argument had been escalating since Friday.

        “This is from stuff stemming from early Friday morning, some fighting,” said an English Woods resident who would not give her name. “They've been shooting every day since the fighting Friday.”

       



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