Inmate charged with possessing gun from Cincinnati shootings

CINCINNATI (AP) — Police say a man charged with possession of the weapon used in shootings at Cincinnati’s largest building last year is currently in prison on weapons convictions in another shooting.

Authorities didn’t provide any motive Friday in the multiple shootings at the Great American Tower in January 2015, but said there was no indication anyone was targeted. They wouldn’t say whether Rayshawn, also known as Rayshaun, Herald would face additional charges in the shootings at the building after business hours on four days. He has not been charged with the shootings.

Herald’s attorney didn’t immediately return calls Friday.

Herald was indicted Wednesday on a charge of possession of a firearm by a known felon and is serving six years in a May 2015 shooting that resulted in no serious injuries.