Man jailed in Cincinnati social services mission slaying

A Cincinnati police officer is seen through a window at Our Daily Bread Ministry in Over-the-Rhine in Cincinatti, Ohio, Monday, Jan. 9, 2017, after a Monday morning shooting. A gunman at the social services mission in Cincinnati killed a man and critically wounded a woman at the facility Monday, police said. (Cara Owsley/The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP)

By DAN SEWELL, Associated Press
CINCINNATI (AP) — A judge has set bonds totaling more than $2.5 million for a man charged with murder in a shooting that killed one man and sent people scrambling from a dining room at a social services mission in Cincinnati.
Forty-three-year-old Robert Jacobs also is charged with felonious assault and a firearms count. A public defender appointed Tuesday for Jacobs didn’t immediately respond to a message for comment.
Authorities say the Monday morning shooting stemmed from a domestic dispute. Twenty-eight-year-old Deante Mattocks was killed. A woman was hospitalized with a gunshot wound.
Some 150 people were inside the Our Daily Bread mission.
The mission said in a statement it would remain closed “for a few days” to regroup and increase building safety. The mission provides hot meals, daytime shelter and other services.