Wednesday, January 10, 2001

Home invasion suspect leaves hospital for jail

By Tom O'Neill
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Robert Snead went from the hospital to police custody on Tuesday.

        The 37-year-old Miami Township man was shot by police when confronted in a Union Township home he's accused of invading the morning of New Year's Day.

        He is expected to appear at a bond hearing in Clermont County Municipal Court, possibly today.

        Mr. Snead, a part owner of the Mill Street Manor in Milford, was hospitalized for eight days and underwent surgery at University Hospital. He is charged with six counts of kidnapping, three counts of felonious assault, two counts of aggravated burglary and one count of aggravated robbery.

        Mr. Snead, of Overlook Drive, is accused of entering a home on Romohr Drive through an open garage door shortly after a New Year's Eve gathering broke up and tying up the couple in separate rooms. Police said he was carrying a .45-caliber gun, a stun gun, a knife, cocaine which he ingested, and a prescription pain drug, Soma, that he forced the couple to take.


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