Friday, October 12, 2001

Owner of deli beaten in robbery




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        A 57-year-old delicatessen owner was “brutally beaten” during a robbery attempt Thursday in her Price Hill store.

        Chom Bernard, owner of Braun's Delicatessen at 4020 West Liberty St., was in critical condition Thursday at University Hospital.

        Police responded about 3:30 p.m. and found victim and suspect inside the ransacked store. The victim had been hit in the head with a cash register.

        Charged with attempted murder and aggravated robbery was Ivey Nixon, 37, of Iliff Avenue.

       



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