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Published: Thursday, 10/18/2007

McComb man to get new attorney in murder case

FINDLAY A McComb, Ohio, man scheduled to go on trial this week for the June 8 killing of a Findlay man will get a new attorney.

Hancock County Common Pleas Court Judge Reginald Routson yesterday granted a motion by Tiffin attorney Charles Hall to withdraw from the case of Aaron Hernandez, 19, who is charged in the stabbing death of Andrew Coleman, 22, of Findlay, outside a Findlay bar.

Mr. Hernandez reportedly lunged at Mr. Hall and had to be restrained by Hancock County sheriff s deputies during a court hearing last week, prompting Mr. Hall s request.

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