Charges not yet approved for Dayton murder suspect

UPDATE @ 11:01 a.m. (Nov. 7):

The man arrested Friday on suspicion of murder in connection to the shooting that killed James Appels, 34, of Trotwood, and injured three others has been released pending further investigation.

The Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office said they met Sunday with police to discuss charges against Carlton Holden II, 20, of Dayton, however did not approve any charges as detectives continue their investigation.

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INITIAL REPORT:

Carlton L. Holden II, 20, of Dayton remained in the Montgomery County Jail Saturday on suspicion of murder and felonious assault charges, according to jail records.

There were no charges pending against Holden in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court, according to court records.

But he was scheduled for a presentence investigation hearing on Nov. 15 in a misdemeanor case pending in Dayton Municipal Court, according to court records.

He is charged with domestic violence, assault and criminal damaging in this case.

Holden was arrested on Friday and booked into the Montgomery County Jail on suspicion of murder and felonious assault, online jail records show.

He is being held without bond, awaiting a court appearance Monday afternoon in Dayton Municipal Court.

Holden was arrested Friday at the Dayton police detective division.

Police did not immediately respond to a request for more information about Holden and the charges against him.

We’re working to learn more.

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