Warrant issued for Dayton man indicted in Shell Station shooting

A warrant has been issued for a Dayton man who was indicted in a North Main Street Shell Station shooting

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Alexander Ewing IV was indicted by a Montgomery County grand jury on two counts of felonious assault (serious harm), two counts of felonious assault (deadly weapon), carrying a concealed weapon, discharge of a firearm on or near prohibited premises and tampering with evidence.

The felonious assault charges also have three-year firearm specifications, according to court records.

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On Sept. 6, Ewing allegedly shot the victim three times at the gas station convenience store.

The victim was initially taken in a private vehicle to Good Samaritan Hospital — which was permanently closed in July — before he was taken to another area hospital.

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On Sept. 7, Dayton police named Ewing as a person of interest and asked for the public’s help in finding him.

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