35-year-old William Coleman used a brick to break through a glass door and into the house of his estranged girlfriend in Sharonville, Ohio. The ex-girlfriend and a child fathered by Coleman were home at the time and Coleman verbally threatened the girlfriend. A third person in the home retrieved a firearm and shot Coleman, who fled only a few blocks before calling for medical assistance.
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