Thursday, May 20, 2004

Gun found in house where man was killed



The Cincinnati Enquirer

HAMILTON - Police say a Liberty Township man indicted Wednesday in a fatal shooting hid the gun at an acquaintance's house.

Police found the .38-caliber gun inside a Liberty Township home on Tuesday night, a week after Chad Re, 25, was shot in the basement of the house. He died the next day.

Tests will determine if the gun is the one used to kill Re.

A Butler County grand jury on Wednesday indicted Craig Anderson, 36, on charges of aggravated murder, kidnapping, complicity to tampering with evidence and possession of a dangerous ordnance. He is jailed in Hamilton County.

Thomas E. Cottle, 48, of Reading, was indicted on charges of murder, kidnapping, felonious assault and possession of a sawed-off shotgun. Demetrius Brazile, 22, and Roy J. Clark, 48, both of Lockland, were indicted on charges of tampering with evidence.




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