The search is ongoing for two suspects accused of killing a motorist after he struck a child and stopped to check on him.
Deonte Baber, 25, and Jamall Killings, 24, are wanted on murder charges in the March 24 shooting of Jamie Urton, 44.
Killings faces an additional charge of felonious assault, court records show.
Urton, an employee for the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, hit the 4-year-old boy in the 2300 block of Kenton Street and stopped to check on him about lunchtime.
That's when Cincinnati police say he was shot. He died shortly after.
A man who called 911 at the time of the incident told dispatchers he killed the driver, according to a recording of the call released Friday.
Then, the man can be heard comforting the injured child by telling him:
"You hear me? He dead. I killed him. He dead. You good," the man said on the recording.
"Your daddy got you. You know I love you, don't you? I'm here with you. I love you, baby."
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