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Man accused of hiding HIV status indicted on more counts

Andre Davis (Source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Andre Davis (Source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)

A Hyde Park man has been indicted on more charges for failing to tell his sex partners that he is HIV positive.

A Hamilton County grand jury indicted Andre Davis, 29, on eight additional counts of felonious assault.

Davis has already been indicted on seven counts of felonious assault. Police say he had sex with several woman and didn't tell them he was HIV positive.

Davis is also being investigated for the same crime in Warren County.


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