Man Arrested After Shots Fired Near Lexington Bar

Reported by: Matt Groves
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Updated: 8/03 10:14 pm
A man was arrested after shots were fired near a night spot on Euclid Avenue.

Police said it started at the Art Bar on Euclid Avenue with a fight inside that spread outside. Two people were arrested there. Then shortly after, police said they heard shots fired. They reported chasing one man running from the area where the shots were fired, finding a gun and then later finding the man.

Police said 24-year-old Lindell Murphy pulled the trigger. He's been charged with wanton endangerment and tampering with evidence along with other offenses.
Officers said murphy is also wanted on warrants out of Hamilton County, Ohio.
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