HAMILTON, OH (FOX19) - Charles McDonald was indicted by a Butler County grand jury Wednesday for the murder of 23-year-old Robert Goens. McDonald was arrested in connection to the fatal shooting outside a Hamilton bar on Jan. 27.
McDonald, 24, allegedly went to an area Taco Bell and grabbed a bite to eat after the shooting, sources confirm to FOX19 NOW.
Sources explained that an argument ensued between Goens and McDonald outside the Hard Times Bar on High St. around 2:30 a.m. on Jan. 15. That is when McDonald allegedly pulled out a 380 pistol and shot Goens in the chest.
McDonald allegedly then turned his sites toward Torriauno McCullough who was with Goens. McCullough was grazed by a bullet as he was running away.
Goens died from his injuries hours later at the hospital.
The details of what the argument was over are not available.
If convicted, McDonald could spend anywhere from 18 years to life in prison.
Prosecutor Mike Gmoser would not comment on the case but did give FOX19 NOW a statement.
"My desire in respect to this callus cold blooded shooting is to get Mr. McDonald out of society for as long as I possibly can," Prosecutor Mike Gmoser said.
Sources told Fox 19 NOW there is video of both shootings. The prosecutor's office would not comment what is on the video but did say there is video from that night.