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UPDATE: Colerain Twp. shooting believed to be drug related

By Rontina McCann - email | bio

COLERAIN (FOX 19) -- The Hamilton County Sheriff's Dept. believes a shooting June 5 on Windsong Drive in Colerain Twp. is drug-related.

Four people were gunned down inside of a home in the middle of a Saturday afternoon. Two died.

No arrests have been made in this case, but authorities do believe the four people were shot because of drug activity.

Authorities believe there is more than one suspect in this crime, but will not release anymore information on the shooter or shooters.

The homeowner, 30 year-old Shamara Y. Reed, called Hamilton County 911 dispatchers and told them the shooters were there over money.

Reed and her friend, 29 year-old Crystal L. Smith-Carlson, were both shot in the head. They survived.

Smith-Carolson's boyfriend 32 year-old Desmond Mayden and 32 year-old Michael D. Carter of Cincinnati, were killed.

If you have information you can contact the Hamilton County Sheriff's office at 513-825-1500.  

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