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UPDATE: Group Toting High-Powered Weapons Through Neighborhood Indicted
EAST PRICE HILL -- Four people seen toting high-powered weapons through East Price Hill in Cincinnati were indicted on menacing charges.
Video of the young people showed them flaunting the AR-15's slung over their shoulders. The group walked through a neighborhood and posted the video on YouTube. The video was full of racial slurs.
A Hamilton County grand jury indicted Jesse Deboard, Stephanie Koverman and Christina Tharp on charges of aggravated menacing. Christoper Masters was also indicted. He was charged with a misdemeanor. If convicted, all face six months in prison and a $1,000 fine.
Source: LOCAL 12
FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2014: Foursome Flaunts Firearms in Cincinnati Video
CINCINNATI -- Videos that made their way around Facebook and other social media sites had East Price Hill neighbors talking about fears of violence.
The video shows a man and two women carrying around high-powered weapons. They made no attempt to hide their weapons and the videos are full of racial slurs. The voice in the video was that of a man who recorded three of his friends walking through the streets of East Price Hill.
They flaunted the fact that they are legally carrying AR-15's through the neighborhood.
Tracy Howard recently moved into the neighborhood. She grew up in South Africa in an era of apartheid. She was not only troubled by the video but what she sees in East Price Hill.
William Helton was also amazed by what he saw and heard. The video showed the foursome walk by District Three police headquarters and were later questioned by police officers.
They go on their way, bragging about being able to legally walk the streets carrying assault weapons.
Since that video was recorded, Cincinnati police have arrested two of the four people in connection with the recent CIRV initiative.
Charged were Jesse Deboard, the man heard on the video. The other was identified as Stephanie Coverman. Warrants are out for Chris Masters and Christina Tharp.
The repeated bleeps of the 'n' word, which Local 12 was told is common street talk about white gangs. Although it may be racially insensitive, police do not believe it is racially motivated.
Police suggest that if you encounter situations like the one in the video, the best thing you can do is walk away, call police, and report exactly what you saw and heard.
Source: Local 12
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