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Crime 'I hope you rot in hell': Woman tells convicted killer after verdict

23:45  08 october  2019
23:45  08 october  2019 Source:   cincinnati.com

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Moments after being found guilty of multiple charges including aggravated murder in a 2013 killing, Marlon Shepard shouted profanities at the victims’ family.

As a Hamilton County sheriff’s deputy quickly pushed Shepard out of the courtroom – his hands shackled – a woman responded: “I hope you rot in hell.”

Shepard chose to have a bench trial, which took place over several weeks, and Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Ethna Cooper on Tuesday announced her verdict. Cooper found that Shepard, 34, fatally shot a man in his car while his fiancée and 2-year-old daughter watched.

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The killing unfolded in the garage of Brandon Simms’ Woodlawn home the night of July 19, 2013. Simms, his fiancée and their daughter had just returned from TGI Fridays.

The girl is now 9 and still copes with the trauma from what she experienced that night, Simms’ father, Victor Hunter, said in an interview. She can still hear her father’s last breaths, he said.

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“She still remembers,” Hunter said.

Prosecutors said Shepard didn’t allow Simms’ fiancée to help him as he bled to death on the garage floor. Shepard held them at gunpoint, prosecutors said, while a second man, 28-year-old Brandon Harris, went through the house. Both had T-shirts tied around their faces. Shepard wore a winter glove on his left hand and a latex glove on his right hand, which held the gun.

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Harris, who is serving a 14-year prison sentence for other robberies, identified Shepard, his half-brother, as the person who fatally shot Simms. The bullet went through Simms' body and lodged in his fiancée’s arm.

Investigators said Shepard and Harris were involved in a string of at least nine robberies in the fall of 2013, after the robbery that led to Simms’ death.

The state’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation worked with Woodlawn police on the case. Senior Special Agent Seth Hagaman said Shepard and Harris also tied T-shirts around their faces in other robberies.

“It wasn’t a case where we had a lot of physical evidence. It wasn’t a case where we had things we could move on right away,” Hagaman said. “We’re just really glad for this family that we were able to put it all together over a long period of time and come to this resolution.”

In addition to the murder charge, Cooper found Shepard guilty of aggravated robbery, kidnapping and felonious assault. He faces up to life in prison at a sentencing set for Nov. 12.

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