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Published: Saturday, 6/16/2007

McComb man charged with obstructing justice

FINDLAY A McComb, Ohio, man who is accused of hiding a man police were seeking for fatally stabbing a Findlay man last week was indicted Thursday by a Hancock County grand jury.

Jose A. Zamora, Jr., 26, was charged with obstructing justice by hindering investigators from finding Aaron Hernandez June 8. He was being held in the county jail in lieu of a $15,000 bond.

Mr. Hernandez, 19, also was indicted yesterday on one count of murder stemming from the death of Andrew C. Coleman, 22, and one count of tampering with evidence for getting rid of the knife believed used in the murder.

Mr. Coleman was stabbed in a parking lot outside Brandy s Cafe on West Main Cross Street shortly after the bar closed.

Mr. Hernandez was being held in the jail in lieu of a $500,000 bond.

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