Man indicted for July homicide in Dayton

Curtis Moody was indicted today on two counts of murder, two counts of felonious assault and two counts of having weapons under disability.

Moody is in custody on other charges, and he is scheduled to be arraigned next week.

FIRST REPORT Aug. 12, 2014

Police in Nashville arrested Curtis Moody, named by Dayton police as a person of interest in a July homicide.

Moody, 32, is being held in Tennessee after his arrest for a probation violation, Nashville and Dayton police confirmed.

Dayton Lt. Wendy Stiver said Moody was on probation, which was revoked July 18 — a day after 58-year-old Jeffrey Farr Sr. was fatally shot.

A nationwide warrant was issued for Moody's arrest after he disappeared from the area.

Farr was found with gunshot wounds in the 1700 block of Germantown Street and was taken to Miami Valley Hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries.

Dayton police named Moody as a person of interest in the homicide investigation. He has not been formerly charged with anything stemming the Farr homicide investigation, according to the Montgomery County Prosecutor's Office.

Prosecutors are expected to meet with the detectives on the case next month.

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