Million dollar bonds set for double murder suspects
CINCINNATI (FOX19) – Bond has been set at a million dollars each for two Bond Hill neighbors who were in court Saturday in connection with a double murder.
23-year-old Austin Turney and 19-year-old Perez Hurry, who live two blocks apart from each other on Northcutt Avenue, were both arraigned in the death of 25-year-old Juanatis Mario Bailey late Thursday night outside his home in an apartment building on Waycross Road in Forest Park. The Police say additional charges are expected when the case goes to a grand jury.
The case turned complicated when someone drove on of the victims to a hospital and said the shooting happened in Evanston.
Also killed was Gregory Hill of Cincinnati, who died in a car that drove from Forest Park to Jewish Hospital in Sycamore Township. The friend or friends who drove him there told police the shooting happened on St. Leger Place or Gilbert Avenue in Evanston. Cincinnati police spent hours searching for a shooting scene before linking Hill's death to Bailey's.
The Forest Park police say they believe both the suspects and the dead men were involved in drug-related activity.