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$1 million bond for West Price Hill homicide suspect

The stabbing happened at the Coach Arms Apartments in West Price Hill. FOX19/Shawn Lanier) The stabbing happened at the Coach Arms Apartments in West Price Hill. FOX19/Shawn Lanier)
Maurey Williams. PHOTO: Cinicnnati Police Maurey Williams. PHOTO: Cinicnnati Police
WEST PRICE HILL, OH (FOX19) -

Bond was set at $1 million Monday for a 52-year-old man charged in a weekend West Price Hill homicide.

Maurey Williams is held at the Hamilton County jail on one count of aggravated murder 

He was taken into custody shortly after Cincinnati police responded to the 4400 block of West 8th Street for an 11 p.m. report Saturday of a stabbing at an apartment complex.

Officers arrived they found Russell Bonds, 66, suffering from stab wounds.  He was pronounced dead at the scene.

According to Williams' arrest report, Williams lives with his mother and the victim. 

Williams allegedly became angry when Bonds told him to leave, picked up a butcher knife and stabbed Bonds four or five times in the chest, police wrote in the arrest slip.

Then, police said, Williams took Bonds' wallet and removed the ATM check card.

He withdrew $500 from different ATM machines before authorities took him into custody.

The case goes before a Hamilton County grand jury for possibly indictment Nov. 4.

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