- Associated Press - Monday, January 16, 2017

CINCINNATI (AP) - A social services mission in Cincinnati has reopened a week after a shooting in its dining room killed a man, injured a woman and sent other people scrambling for cover.

The mission, called Our Daily Bread, reopened Monday with increased security measures, including having people checked for weapons using metal detectors.

Authorities say a domestic dispute led to the Jan. 9 shooting at the mission, which provides hot meals, daytime shelter and other services.

Twenty-eight-year-old Deante Mattocks was killed. A woman was hospitalized with a gunshot wound.

The suspect in the shooting, 43-year-old Robert Jacobs, was ordered held on bonds totaling more than $2.5 million. His appointed public defender hasn’t responded to a message seeking comment.


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