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One argument, which is in Ohio, between a taxi driver and his passenger in the parking lot of a gas station early Friday in the vicinity of Cincinnati, which resulted in several bullet wounds to a passenger of the neck and on the back, and the driver was arrested on felony assault charges, according to a new report.
The director, Philip Palmer, 71, of Cincinnati, was being held without bond at the Clermont County jail Cincinnati.com have been reported. He is scheduled to appear in Clermont County Municipal Court for 10 and up to and including Friday, according to the report.
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The victim was identified as Nick Young, 38, of Washington Township, was airlifted to University of Cincinnati Medical Center late Thursday, authorities said. He was listed in stable condition Friday, but there has been no update to the website.
The additional fees at Palmer is dealing with it after the Clermont County Prosecutor’s office will present the case to a grand jury, and the sheriff’s office said.
Deputies were called to the station at 8:42 pm, by clients, who report that the recording of the sheriff’s officials said.
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When deputies arrived, they discovered the suspect had fled the scene in a taxi cab that he was driving, Cincinnati.com have been reported.
The delegates were asked to keep an eye out for a taxi to be traveling in a westerly direction at the U.S. 52 away from the scene, according to the report.
A taxi matching the description was located and detained by the New Richmond Police Department in the city of New Richmond, according to the sheriff’s office.