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URBANA, Ohio (AP) - A prosecutor says a 15-year-old Ohio boy accused of killing his father's longtime girlfriend has been indicted in adult court on aggravated murder and murder charges. Champaign County prosecutor Kevin Talebi says a grand jury indicted Donovan Nicholas on Friday. Defense attorney Darrell Heckman says he expects to enter pleas of not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity for the teenager, who was 14 when Heidi Fay Taylor was killed in April.

CINCINNATI (AP) - A man accused of shooting and injuring two co-workers at a McDonald's restaurant in suburban Cincinnati has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder charges. Twenty-year-old Zachary Allart pleaded not guilty Friday. The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office says Allart shot Denise Higgins and Jayla Frost late Wednesday at a McDonald's in Anderson Township. Higgins is the restaurant's manager. The sheriff's office says Frost is Allart's ex-girlfriend. Both were hospitalized in critical condition.

CLEVELAND (AP) - Cleveland police say they are looking for a convicted sex offender accused of breaking into a home and using a child as a lookout while he raped a woman. Court records show a warrant was issued Wednesday for 43-year-old Alexander Sanchez on charges including rape and kidnapping. Cleveland.com reports court documents say Sanchez broke into a woman's home Oct. 7 and had the child stand at the door while he sexually assaulted the victim. Court records don't list an attorney for the Cleveland man.

NEW CARLISLE, Ohio (AP) - A federal lawsuit says an Ohio county sheriff's office has withheld information and retaliated against a weekly newspaper after a deputy shot a news photographer setting up to take a photo of a traffic stop. The lawsuit filed Thursday by Andrew Grimm and KBA News LLC against deputy Jacob Shaw, Clark County and New Carlisle claims Shaw used excessive force and violated Grimm's civil rights.

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