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Two more arrested in Red Bank Road homicide

Michael Rudd (left) and Cornell Wilson-Lipscomb (right). Provided by Cincinnati Police Michael Rudd (left) and Cornell Wilson-Lipscomb (right). Provided by Cincinnati Police
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Cincinnati Police this week arrested two additional men who were wanted in connection with a with the shooting death of a 21-year-old man last July on Red Bank Road in Madisonville.

Police on Thursday arrested Cornell Wilson-Lipscomb Jr. Michael Rudd was arrested on Monday.

A Hamilton County grand jury indicted four people on Feb. 27.

Police said Rodney Smith was shot at approximately 4 a.m. July 6 at 4205 Red Bank Road. He was taken to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center where he died.

Kenny Gunn, 21, and Michael Rudd were each indicted on charges of aggravated murder, murder, aggravated robbery and weapons under disability.

Wilson-Lipscomb Jr. was indicted on charges of aggravated murder, murder and aggravated robbery.

Darryl Mosley, 31, was arrested Feb. 19 in connection with Smith's death. The grand jury indicted him on seven counts, including aggravated murder, murder and aggravated robbery.

 

Police said at this time no additional suspects are wanted for the shooting.

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