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A Cincinnati man charged with murder after the 2009 shooting death of a Hamilton man was scheduled to appear in a Butler County courtroom Wednesday for sentencing but the judge continued his case until Dec. 18.
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HAMILTON, Ohio -- A Cincinnati man charged with murder after the 2009 shooting death of a Hamilton man was scheduled to appear in a Butler County courtroom Wednesday for sentencing but the judge continued his case until Dec. 18.
Terry P. Wardlow Jr. is one of three men charged in the death of Steven Denmark Jr., according to Journal-News.
The shooting happened on Dec. 14, 2009, in Denmark’s 11th Street home. Hamilton police say the victim went to investigate a noise his girlfriend Rhonda Fleetwood heard and was shot inside his home.
Jayson Brown, 29, of Hamilton, and Corey White, 23, of Cincinnati, were also charged in Denmark’s death.
Wardlow is currently serving a 12-year prison term for attempted murder, two counts of aggravated robbery and having weapons under disability for crimes committed in Hamilton County, according to Journal-News. He is serving his prison sentence at Lebanon Correctional Institution.
In the new case against him, he is facing murder, aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary charges.
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