- Associated Press - Thursday, March 5, 2015

CLEVELAND (AP) - Prosecutors will meet later this month to decide whether to seek the death penalty against a man accused of gunning down three people at a suburban Cleveland barbershop.

Douglas Shine Jr. was indicted on charges including aggravated murder in the Feb. 5 shooting at Chalk Linez in Warrensville Heights. Three men were killed and three other people were shot but survived. Shine has pleaded not guilty to all charges.

The Northeast Ohio Media Group (https://bit.ly/1BSYvJJ ) reports that a team of prosecutors will meet March 25 to consider a death-penalty specification if Shine’s case goes to trial.

Officials have said the 20-year-old Shine is a member of the notorious gang Heartless Felons, and the shooting was gang related.

He’s being held with a $5 million bond.



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