CINCINNATI — Cincinnati police have made three arrests in a shooting that resulted in the injury of a 10-year-old in Price Hill Friday afternoon.
Police said the child was struck by gunfire during a road rage incident near the 3900 block of Glenway Avenue. The child's injuries are non-life-threatening.
Police arrested three suspects in connection to the shooting Saturday. Danilion Glover, 19, faces five counts of felonious assault. Imani Glover, 20, faces five counts of felonious assault. Kameron Arnold, 31, is being charged with possession of a weapon under a disability and drug trafficking.
This is the second time since Christmas Day a child has been struck by a stray bullet in the Price Hill area.