UPDATE: Arrest made in College Hill shooting

Arrested: Robert Coker (Courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
Arrested: Robert Coker (Courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)

Posted By Amber Jenkins - email

UPDATE: Police have arrested a man they say shot at an undercover FBI agent.

25-year-old Robert Cocker was arrested and charged with Felonious Assault Friday. Coker was in court on Saturday for his arraignment. He is currently being held at the Hamilton County Justice Center on a $500,000 bond.

Police are still looking for suspects in this case. Anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - The FBI is offering a $20,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest in the College Hill shooting that occurred Wednesday.

At 5 p.m.  an on-duty FBI agent was sitting in an unmarked vehicle on Pasadena Avenue when a vehicle that was passing fired shots. Several rounds hit the vehicle , but the agent only suffered minor injuries from flying debris. He was treated and released from Mercy Hospital.

Investigators say the vehicle involved was a grey or silver late model sedan, possibly a Dodge Neon. The vehicle had four black males who were heading east on Pasadena Avenue.

Officials say that there were 25 shell casings recovered from the scene from at least two different weapons. One of them was a military style assault weapon. At least one other vehicle and two homes were hit by gunfire, but no one else was injured.

"It is absolutely imperative that these individuals be apprehended and brought to justice because they have no concern for the safety of anyone," says Special Agent in Charge Keith Bennett.

The motive of the shooting is still under investigation.

"Luckily the agent is alive and healthy, but this was a travesty, and an incident that should not have happened," said FBI Director Robert Mueller. "You have one, maybe two, maybe additional individuals who are that are on the streets with high powered weapons, and are not afraid to use them."