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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

A South Cumminsville man was indicted on several criminal charges.

Alphonso McKinney, 22, allegedly committed multiple robberies at gunpoint. A separate case also indicates that McKinney may have stabbed a man several times and caused serious injuries in Winton Hills.

At the time of his arrest back in April, police say that McKinney possessed a loaded pistol with a round in the chamber and the hammer cocked.

A Hamilton County Grand Jury indicted McKinney on charges of felonious assault, robbery, aggravated robbery and a weapons charge.

He's still in the Hamilton County jail.

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