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UPDATE: Three men charged in multiple Westside robberies

Calvin Turner (Courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Calvin Turner (Courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
Dominique Hunter (Courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Dominique Hunter (Courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
John Senior (Courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) John Senior (Courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)

Updated by Amber Jenkins- email

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19)-- Three men have been arrested in connection with five aggravated robberies  on the Westside.

Cincinnati Police along with the Violent Crimes Squad have charged 20-year-old Calvin Turner, 19-year-old Dominique Hunter, and 19-year-old  John Senior with Aggravated Robbery. Both Hunter and Senior face four counts of Aggravated Robbery each.

Police say the three are connected to five robberies that occurred between March 15 through April 30. According to police, a large double grip shot gun was used in most of the offenses to rob local stores and gas stations.

The suspects were apprehended after a standoff around 3:00am in Westwood.

by Roger Seay  email

CINCINNATI (FOX19) -- Cincinnati Police say an overnight standoff in Westwood is the break they needed to stop a serial robber.  Several men are being questioned and police expect to solve multiple crimes.

  Last night's standoff started around 3 A-M and lasted for about 3 hours.  Police were heard yelling into the home with a loud speaking.

  They finally used a bang grenade to enter the home.

   The standoff was part of an investigation after several armed robberies in the area.  The latest was early yesterday morning.  When the U-D-F on Boudinot Avenue was robbed by a man with a long-barrelled gun. 

    FOX19 has a crew following this story and will update with new information when available.

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