Dayton man faces 2 felony charges in January fatal shooting case

Published: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 @ 12:18 AM

Kennar Jazzmin Woods

A Dayton man arrested following a deadly shooting last month was indicted this week on two felony charges in connection to the case.

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Kennar J. Woods, 34, is charged with tampering with evidence and having weapons under disability for a prior drug conviction, according to a Montgomery County grand jury report released Tuesday.

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He remains on electronic home detention after posting bond and was issued a summons to appear March 5 for arraignment, court records show.

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At the time of Woods’ arrest following the Jan. 11 shooting at an apartment on Germantown Street, Dayton police identified him as a person of interest in the killing of 35-year-old Brandon L. Cunningham of Dayton. Woods initially was booked into jail in January on suspicion of homicide, but he is not charged in Cunningham’s death.

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