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Man charged in fatal shooting of driver who hit his son

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CINCINNATI (AP) - The father of a 4-year-old boy hit by a car and injured in Cincinnati has been arrested on charges of murder and felonious assault in the driver's slaying.

A police statement says Jamall Killings turned himself in to authorities on Tuesday. Court records don't show an attorney for him.

Police are seeking a second suspect in the shooting.

Killings' son was struck March 24. His injuries weren't life-threatening.

Driver Jamie Urton was shot repeatedly when he got out of his car and apparently became involved in a confrontation. Urton died at a hospital.

Police last week released 911 calls in which a man apparently tells the boy, "The dude that hit you with the car, I killed him." It's unclear who was speaking.

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