Suspect in barbershop murders issued $5 million bond

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Douglas Shine (Photo courtesy Cleveland police)

WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, Ohio — The man accused of murdering three men at a Warrensville Heights barbershop pleaded not guilty and was issued a $5 million bond Thursday.

Douglas Shine Jr. faces several charges after three were shot to death at Chalk Linez barbershop on Harvard Avenue on Feb. 5. Three others were injured.

Police Chief Wesley Haynes previously said the suspect has a lengthy criminal record, and they are investigating possible gang affiliation and motives.

Read more on the Chalk Linez shooting here.

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