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Suspect in triple shooting facing murder charge after teen dies

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

One of the victims of a triple shooting in downtown Cincinnati has died.

D'Maris Glover, 15, died on Thursday as a result of his injuries.

Police have arrested Joe Wright, 21, in the shooting. He is at the Hamilton County Justice Center charged with murder and felonious assault.

The incident happened around 11:45 p.m. near Central Avenue and Third Street, just after the end of Wednesday night's Cincinnati Reds game. 

Police say that a car pulled up next to another and fire multiple shots at the vehicle. The vehicle with the injured people drove across the Clay Wade Bailey Bridge into Covington where the driver dropped off the injured occupants at a Speedway gas station on the corner of 4th and Philadelphia.

Glover was taken to Cincinnati Children's Hospital, where he died.

The injuries of the other two victims, Dequinn Little and Darion Jackson, both 23 years old, did not appear to be life-threatening. As of Thursday, they were both in stable condition at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

The victims, identified as Covington residents, are cooperating with police. They say the incident resulted as part on an on-going dispute between two parties.  

Police say they have definite concerns as this shooting happened at 11:30 p.m., the same time Reds fans were heading home. 

"These are young folks who had no legitimate business being there and had no regard for the folks coming out of the baseball game or trying to enjoy what we built down there," said Lt. Col. David Bailey with the Cincinnati Police.

On Thursday, police announced they arrested 20-year-old Joe "Joe Crack" Wright around 11:00 a.m.

Wright's bond was set at $1.1 million at his arraignment on Friday.

Police say they expect to make more arrests.

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