3 indicted in Ohio for Huntington Co. woman’s death

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Three people have been indicted in a 2017 Cincinnati area shooting that killed a Huntington County woman. 

On Wednesday, Colerain and Cincinnati police, Hamilton County prosecutor and Ohio’s Attorney General made the announcement more than a year after Autumn Garrett of Andrews, Ind. was gunned down at a baby gender reveal party on July 9, 2017.

Roshawn Bishop is facing murder, felonious assault and attempted murder charges. James Echols and Michael Sanon were charged with aggravated murder, aggravated burglary, murder, assault. attempted murder and cruelty to animals.

No other information about the case was immediately released by Ohio officials.

Ohio prison records indicate Bishop has been incarcerated since February 2018 for drug trafficking. 

At the time of the shooting, police said two men barged into the party for Garrett’s cousin and opened fire. Eight others were hurt in the shooting.

Police say the shooting was targeted and drug-related. Three children and a dog were among the wounded.

Authorities have said a 21-year-old woman who claimed she lost her child after being shot wasn’t pregnant.

Garrett went to Huntington North High School and worked at M&S Industrial Metal Fabricators. 

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