Another victim in double shooting dies
The second victim of a double shooting in Springfield last week has died from their injuries, according to Springfield police.
The victim, identified as Raina Beal, 23, has died according to investigators.
Police are asking for the public’s help in locating Kyle Xavier Bonaparte, 20, who currently has an active warrant for his arrest in connection to the deaths of Beal and Joshua Brown.
Bonaparte is described as a 5-foot-8 male, weighing 150 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
Springfield Police Capt. Michael Varner said anyone who might be helping Bonaparte could face charges themselves.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Springfield Police Division at 937324-7685. Houda-Ezamane Hamadi, 20, both have been charged with two counts of forgery and tampering with evidence. They appeared in Clark County Municipal Court on Wednesday morning. Both pleaded not guilty and their bonds were set at $15,000.
Ten U.S. Postal Service locations ranging from Christiansburg to Enon to Yellow Springs to Dayton reported the suspects allegedly attempted to exchange counterfeit $100 bills for a money order in September and October, according to court documents.
Several locations accepted the money, the court documents allege.
On Tuesday, Hamadi allegedly attempted to purchase an $800 money order with fake money at the Enon post office, according to court records, but the post master said the money didn’t feel right and he remembered an alert about possible counterfeiting. He asked Hamadi to fill out some paperwork and she allegedly instead fled into a car. The post master got a partial license plate from the car.
Law enforcement officers then located that car on Dayton Lakeview Road and stopped it. Officers alleged both suspects were found in the car with counterfeit money.