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Suspect identified in shooting of brothers at hotel near state fairgrounds



a car parked in front of a sign: Columbus Police responded to a shooting on the Northeast Side on Saturday.


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Columbus Police responded to a shooting on the Northeast Side on Saturday.

Columbus police have a warrant for a suspect in the shooting of two brothers, one of whom was killed, at a hotel near the Ohio State Fairgrounds Monday morning.

Said M. Said, 19, of the Northeast Side, has been charged with murder in Franklin County Municipal Court. He remains at large.

Police said Said went to the Days Inn, located at 1700 Clara St., near the state fairgrounds on the Northeast Side, around 1:15 a.m. Monday.

More: One dead, one injured in shooting at motel near state fairgrounds

Said shot 20-year-old Hussein Dahir and 24-year-old Abdisaid Dahir, of the Northeast Side, police said.

Hussein Dahir was taken to OhioHealth Grant Medical Center, where he died at 4:30 a.m. Monday.

Abdisaid Dahir was taken to Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center. Officials say he is expected to survive his injuries.  

Anyone with information about Said’s whereabouts is asked to call Columbus police at 614-645-4545 or Central Ohio Crime Stoppers anonymously at 614-461-TIPS.

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Victim identified in deadly Bricktown hotel shooting

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Authorities have identified a man who was killed in a shooting at a Bricktown hotel.

Shortly before 4 a.m. on Wednesday, emergency crews were called to a reported shooting at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bricktown.

“We were in our room and the police were banging on the door,” said one guest who wanted to remain anonymous. “And we’ve got to be here for more days and so the continuing safety is a concern.” 

Investigators say that when they arrived at the hotel, there was a deceased victim in the hallway on the eighth floor.

Officials say the victim appeared to have been shot to death in what is believed to be a domestic altercation.

“At this time, it appears that it was a domestic related killing so that’s something that investigators are looking into, looking into the past between these two,” said MSgt. Knight. 

Authorities arrested 21-year-old Tyesha Long on a complaint of first-degree murder.

On Thursday, officials identified the victim as 55-year-old Ray Brown.

If you have any information, call the Homicide Tip Line at (405) 297-1200.

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Review of blood testing in hotel quarantine launched after contamination risk identified

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Finger-prick tests routinely used by people living with diabetes, including pregnant women who develop gestational diabetes, were used in the hotel quarantine system. Safer Care Victoria said it did not believe needles were used multiple times, but that the cartridges were touched by more than one person.

“Blood glucose level testing devices intended for use by one person were used across multiple residents,” the agency said in a statement.

Safer Care Victoria, created as part of government reforms to improve quality and safety in the public health system, said there was a low clinical risk of cross-contamination and exposure to blood-borne viruses including hepatitis B and C, and HIV. There is also the risk of the spread of the coronavirus.

Safer Care Victoria is in the process of contacting 243 people who had a blood glucose level test between March 29 and August 20, based on information in their health records.

Acting chief executive Associate Professor Ann Maree Keenan said the clinical risk was low.

“The health of past quarantine residents is our immediate concern, so arranging screening for them is our absolute priority,” she said.

“The clinical risk is low. But if you are at all worried you had this test – and we have not contacted you yet – please call us.

“Right now, we won’t be able to answer the many questions people will have about how this happened. Be assured that Safer Care Victoria is conducting a full review into how and why this device came to be in use.

“I hope that we will be able to bring peace of mind through getting people in for testing, and through the findings of our review.”

Anyone who underwent blood glucose testing in hotel quarantine can call the dedicated
patient line on 1800 356 061 (8am to 8pm, seven days a week). Interpreters are available on request.

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