Cincinnati teenager Faith Parker was arrested after attacking a couple outside a bank. Is she still a prisoner?
18-year-old Cincinnati, Ohio resident Faith Parker is charged with assaulting a couple outside a bank. The incident happened on July 5, 2022, and the suspect was quickly taken into custody by authorities.
In addition, the victims claimed that there were other assailants there. Police were looking for other suspects of the assault. During the attack, both husband and wife were slightly injured, but are now well.
Who is Faith Parker from Cincinnati? Arrested and charged with assault
Faith Parker, 18, is from the Mount Healthy neighborhood of Cincinnati.
Parker was also arrested for attacking a couple in Cincinnati’s Jefferson Social neighborhood. Ten additional people were involved in the incident, according to the victims. They were ambushed and beaten by the group, which also caused injuries to various body parts.
Additionally, the suspect was drugged because police described him as “extremely intoxicated” in their records. Other suspects were still being sought.
Ten percent of Faith Parker’s $20,000 bond for the assault charge was being held by police at the Hamilton County Justice Center. Although no other suspects have been arrested, police said they are still looking for more.
Does Faith Parker remain in detention? Location and family information
Bail of $2,000 was required to release Faith Parker. She may still be incarcerated.
There is, however, no update on the progress of this case. A teenage girl is the only suspect to have been taken into custody. However, the victims claimed that that day, about ten individuals assaulted them.
At this time, we don’t know anything about his family or connections. On the day she was arrested, none of her family members interacted with the police.
Speaking at Parker’s bail hearing, victims
What happened after Faith Parker assaulted a couple?
In Hamilton County, Ohio, Faith Parker and her companions attacked a couple outside a bank. Colleen Herman and her husband were the victims.
Colleen wrote on Facebook that she, her husband and a gang of about 10 guys and a lady attacked them from behind as they waited for an Uber near Jefferson Social.
She said the attack was unprovoked and neither she nor her husband had ever spoken to or seen the accused attackers before. Herman concluded by stating that her husband was being monitored for a cerebral hemorrhage.
At the scene, the wife and husband both refused to receive medical treatment.