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Bond hiked to $1.5M for suspect in Kelsie Crow slaying

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Bond was increased to $1.5 million Thursday for the suspect charged in Kelsie Crow's slaying.

Rico Mosley, 19, pleaded not guilty during a brief appearance in a Hamilton County courtroom via video from the jail.

He was recently indicted on two counts of murder and four counts of felonious assault in connection with the shooting that killed the 17-year-old girl. His previous bond was $800,000.

Kelsie was leaving a Sweet 16 party at the YMCA on Melrose Avenue in Walnut Hills when she was fatally shot while driving her vehicle the evening of April 4, 2015. 

Witnesses reported hearing around 60 shots fired around the YMCA's parking lot.

Two other people were also shot at the scene, but they survived. 

Kelsie and the other two juveniles who were shot were not believed to be intended targets.

If convicted of all charges, Mosley faces the possibility of life in prison. 

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