WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, OH (WOIO) - Douglas Shine has been indicted for the aggravated murder of three men at the Chalk Linez barber shop in Warrensville Heights on Feb. 5, Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Timothy McGinty announced Monday.
The grand jury indicted Shine, 20, for killing William Gonzalez, Brandon White and Walter Barfield. Three other people were injured by Shine's gunfire at the barber shop, but are recovering from their injuries.
According to the prosecutor's office, the 27-count indictment also covered a Jan. 20 attack on Angelus Avenue in Cleveland, where another victim was shot 13 times.
In all, the grand jury charged Shine with the following:
-6 counts of aggravated murder
-3 counts of murder
-3 counts of attempted aggravated murder
-10 counts of felonious assault
-2 counts of having weapons under disability
-1 count of attempted murder
-1 count of aggravated burglary
-1 one count of improperly discharging into a habitation
Click here to read the full indictment.
Shine has been in jail since Feb. 13, when he was arrested on a warrant from Cleveland on the Angelus Avenue shooting. His bond has been set at $500,000.
Authorities say Shine was released from state prison in December after serving two years for aggravated burglary, robbery, attempted burglary, having weapon under disability, along with carrying a concealed weapon.