Man jailed in Cincinnati social services mission slaying

CINCINNATI (AP) — A 43-year-old man has been jailed on murder charges in a Cincinnati shooting that killed one person and sent people scrambling from a dining room at a social services mission.

Robert Jacobs was held pending a court appearance Tuesday. No attorney was listed for him.

He’s also charged with felonious assault and a firearms count.

Authorities say the Monday morning shooting stemmed from a domestic dispute. It killed 28-year-old Deante Mattocks. A woman also was hospitalized with a gunshot wound.

Jacobs was arrested at the scene. Some 150 people had been inside the mission, called Our Daily Bread.

It said in a statement that it would remain closed “for a few days” to regroup and increase building safety. The mission provides hot meals, daytime shelter and other services.