Zaron Wood sand Aaron Calhoun were charged with the aggravated murder of Curtiss Hill Jr.
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Curtis Hill Jr. homicide: Cincinnati police charge two with aggravated murder

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CINCINNATI – Two men arrested on Wednesday for the Feb. 1 shooting death of a man in Evanston are scheduled to appear in a Hamilton County courtroom Thursday for arraignment.

The Cincinnati Homicide Unit charged Zaron Woods, 20, and Aaron Calhoun, 22, with aggravated murder after 20-year-old Curtiss Hill Jr. was found dead.

Hill was pronounced dead on the scene when officers were called to 3333 Woodburn Ave. at about 10:05 p.m. He was shot multiple times, according to police reports.

Hill became the 11th homicide of 2014 in Cincinnati.

Woods and Calhoun are scheduled to appear in court at 9 a.m.

Cincinnati police continue to investigate the homicide and ask anyone with information to contact their criminal investigation section at 513-352-3542 or CRIMESTOPPERS at -352-3040.

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