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The best of the worst: Morning arrest report

Mikeal Maull (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Mikeal Maull (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
EAST PRICE HILL (FOX19) - An alleged gunman who shot at a robbery victim on an East Price Hill street faces a judge Friday morning.

According to Cincinnati police, Mikeal Maull, 23, approached a man in the 900 block of Elberon Avenue about 9:10 p.m. Wednesday and demanded his items. The man fought back by smashing Maull against a car, police said.

Maull allegedly then shot at the victim and a witness, although no one was hit, according to reports.

Maull was taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center and arrested, and is currently being held at the Hamilton County jail on an aggravated robbery charge.



Other interesting arrests:

1. Police said Melissa Lou Nally, 32, of Moscow, dropped her pants and urinated on the ground when they responded to a midnight report Tuesday of a drunken and disorderly person leaving a bar off Linden Street. When police arrived, she was passed out but she woke up and became hostile, urinating on the ground. A male friend told authorities she drank heavily at her birthday party.

2. Newtown police said Megan Staas, 20, proved a challenge for officers when she allegedly refused to get out of her car during traffic stop Thursday night in the 3400 block of Miljoie Drive. Police said they tried to get into her vehicle using a lock-out kit but she snatched a tool from the officer, who eventually had to break one of the windows to take her into custody.

3. Saba Arshad, 54, of West Chester, was arrested this week after Blue Ash police said he allegedly broke into a safe belonging to his boss's father-in-law Oct. 16. He was booked into the Hamilton County jail on a felony safecracking charge and released after posting a $5,000 bond. 

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