A 21-year-old man is under arrest in connection with a weekend shooting at a Hamilton bar that left one man dead and injured others.
Mondale Goens of Hamilton was booked into the Butler County jail Sunday morning on one count of murder and two counts of felonious assault.
Hamilton Municipal Court Judge Daniel Gattermeyer set bond at $2 million for Goens in a brief arraignment Monday morning, court officials said.
Goens is scheduled to appear next in court for an Aug. 1 preliminary hearing, court records show.
Police were called to Doubles Bar on Main Street just before 2 a.m. Sunday.
"It has been a problem establishment," Hamilton Police Captain Craig Bucheit said, Monday.
Police said they found multiple victims inside the building.
Kalif Goens, 22, was pronounced dead. Kalif was Mondale's brother, according to police.
Other victims were taken to various local hospitals. The names of the other victims have not been released.
"Of the eight people who were injured, three of those where from one family," Chief Bucheit said.
Chief Bucheit said they are looking into the possibility if there was a potential feud or difference between groups.
Police have not said what led up to the shooting.
"We have received cooperation but considering the number of people who were present, the number of witnesses who were there, the cooperation, frankly, is shameful," Chief Bucheit said.
Police are investigating if there was more than one shooter or if Goens is the one who fired a shot.
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