Two men accused of a violent robbery in Anderson Township face a judge and a third suspect is now behind bars as well.
John Taylor of Cincinnati and Michael Kamphaus of Washington Township are each charged with aggravated robbery and felonious assault.
A judge today set bond for both 21-year-old Kamphaus and 19-year-old Taylor at $150,000.
Investigators say Kamphaus, Taylor, and a third suspect, 30 year old Carl McDonald of Bethel, robbed Papa Johns on Salem Road early Sunday morning. They're accused of stabbing worker Jason Benken in the stomach before taking off with cash. He's listed in stable condition today.
McDonald turned himself in to sheriff deputies in Clermont County early this morning. He is now at the Hamilton County Justice Center awaiting his first court appearance.