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Sycamore Twp murder suspect turns himself in to police

Benjamin Quinn, who was wanted for Aggravated Murder and Felonious Assault related to the incidents in Sycamore Township on June 21, 2017, that left 22-year-old Jacob Baker dead, turned himself in to Hamilton County Sheriff's detectives on Sunday (Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - The man wanted in a murder investigation in Sycamore Township has turned himself into police.

Benjamin Quinn, who was wanted for Aggravated Murder and Felonious Assault related to the incidents in Sycamore Township on June 21, 2017, that left 22-year-old Jacob Baker dead, turned himself in to Hamilton County Sheriff's detectives on Sunday.

Quinn, 29, is the fourth person that's been arrested in the case. Deputies believe he and David Shirley, who turned himself in last week, were the shooters in the drive-by shooting of Baker.

Natasha Becker and Christian Van Winkle also turned themselves in last week and are facing weapons charges.

Baker and his friend, Jarid Carl, were shot outside the Car Rock Cafe in Deer Park after a fight inside the bar earlier that night.

Quinn is being held in the Hamilton County Justice Center to await arraignment.

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