- Associated Press - Sunday, May 3, 2015

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) - A man accused of fatally shooting another man nearly a decade ago has been indicted on murder and assault charges in southwest Ohio.

Montgomery County’s prosecutor says 33-year-old Theodore Satterwhite III, of Dayton was indicted this week on charges of murder and felonious assault in a shooting that left 22-year-old Roscoe Shipp dead and another man injured.

The prosecutor says Roscoe Shipp and a friend were leaving a Dayton bar in November 2005 when they were approached by three masked men brandishing firearms. Prosecutor Mat Heck Jr.’s statement says the masked men opened fire, killing Shipp and injuring his friend.

Police say witness statements and other evidence identified Satterwhite as the principal shooter.

Satterwhite has been in jail in Dayton on an unrelated case.


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