Cincinnati police officers arrested a man Wednesday in connection to a fatal shooting that happened on June 18 in Lower Price Hill.
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CINCINNATI -- Cincinnati police officers arrested a man Wednesday in connection to a fatal shooting that happened on June 18 in Lower Price Hill.
Clevester Steele, 23, faces an aggravated murder charge in the death of 23-year-old Markeith Peek.
Police said they believe Steele shot Peek several times in the 700 block of Neave Street.
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Peek was taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center in critical condition and later died.
Steel was arraigned Thursday and issued a $500,000 bond. He pleaded not guilty to the shooting but did plead guilty to driving under suspension.
The Cincinnati Police Department Homicide Unit is still investigating the case.
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