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Man, 18, accused of shooting mechanic over work on car

Keontis Clark (Source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Keontis Clark (Source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
CAMP WASHINGTON, OH (FOX19) -

Police have identified 18-year-old Keontis Clark as the man accused of shooting a mechanic at a used car lot in Camp Washington on Thursday evening.

The shooting happen in the parking lot of Uni Auto Sales at the intersection of Colerain and Marshall Avenue around 10 p.m. after Clark came in to complain about work done on his car, according to authorities.

Clark allegedly shot the male mechanic before fleeing.

The victim, 32, was shot just under the eye but was able to call 911 and speak with police at the scene. He was then taken to a nearby hospital said to be in critical condition. His identity has not been released.

Clark was later taken into custody at his residence. His bond was set at $200,000 during an arraignment on Friday morning.

 

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