CINCINNATI (AP) – Bond is about at $5 million for a person charged within the stabbing and suffocation of an 89-yr-previous Cincinnati man who prosecutors say had taken the suspect into his house as a result of he was homeless.
The Cincinnati Enquirer (http://cin.ci/2jc7WNu ) stories a decide set bond Monday for forty three-yr-previous Michael Stumph. He is charged with aggravated homicide and different counts within the November slaying of Otto Stewart.
Stumph’s attorneys entered not-responsible pleas on his behalf however did not remark additional.
An assistant prosecutor says Stewart helped Stumph and Stumph’s onetime girlfriend however informed them they wanted to seek out jobs and repay cash he loaned them. The prosecutor says Stewart was stabbed with a big kitchen knife, and a pillow was stuffed in his mouth.
The lady is also charged and is scheduled for arraignment Wednesday.
Info from: The Cincinnati Enquirer, http://www.enquirer.com
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