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Arrest in drug-related shooting at Frisch's

One person was shot in the parking lot of a Frisch's Big Boy in Spring Grove Village early Friday evening (Photo: FOX19 NOW/Dave Smith) One person was shot in the parking lot of a Frisch's Big Boy in Spring Grove Village early Friday evening (Photo: FOX19 NOW/Dave Smith)
(PHOTO: FOX19 File) (PHOTO: FOX19 File)
Brandon Carter (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Brandon Carter (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
SPRING GROVE VILLAGE, OH (FOX19) -

A 32-year-old man faces several charges in a drug-related shooting and robbery in the parking lot of the Frisch's parking lot off Spring Grove Avenue.

Brandon Carter of South Fairmount is held without bond on two counts of aggravated robbery and one count of felonious assault at the Hamilton County jail. He is scheduled to face a judge at 9 a.m. Tuesday.

Police responded to the restaurant just before 5:30 p.m. Friday after receiving report of shots fired during a robbery in the parking lot.

An investigation concluded Carter shot Alexander Ford while stealing and drive off in Ford's blue Dodge Dart, court records show.

Ford clung onto his vehicle in an attempt to stop Carter and was drug by the vehicle. Carter shot out the back window at Ford to get him to let go of the vehicle, records state.

Carter's alleged accomplice, Shawndale Hogan, 20, was arrested over the weekend and charged in connection with stealing the vehicle.

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