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UPDATE: Man Accused Of Shooting Movie Theater Manager Is Indicted
HUBER HEIGHTS --The man accused of shooting a movie theater manager has been indicted by a grand jury.
Michael Cartwright III was indicted late Thursday by a Montgomery County Grand Jury with 2 counts felonious assault and 2 counts aggravated robbery.
Last week, Cartwright turned himself in to Huber Heights Police. He's currently being held on a 500,000 dollar bond.
Anika Emmanuel, 22, was shot two weeks ago while leaving work at the Danbarry Cinemas in Huber Heights.
Emmanuel is still hospitalized, but police have said she is expected to be okay.
HUBER HEIGHTS -- According to police, a man has turned himself in for the Danbarry Cinema shooting that took place last week.
Officer Sucher, with the Huber Heights Police, says Michael Cartwright III is now in custody. He is being held on a $1 million bond.
Cartwright is facing charges of robbery, felonious assault and various weapons offenses.
UPDATE: Movie Theater Manager in Critical Condition Following Shooting
HUBER HEIGHTS -- A movie theater manger is fighting for her life after she was shot leaving work.
Anika Emmanuel, 22, is in critical condition after getting shot late Wednesday night at the Danbarry Cinemas in Huber Heights.
Police said Anika was leaving work with the cash for the night deposit when a man approached her car.
"She was ordered to give the money, the passenger side window was shot at, and she was shot in the torso," Huber Heights Police Chief Rob Schommer said.
Emmanuel was able to drive away and called 911. She drove to the Huber Heights Police Department.
Portion of the 911 call:
Emmanuel: I can't breath. Oh my God. I think I passed the police station.
Dispatcher: Was he trying to rob you?
Dispatcher: You were shot in the stomach?
Caller: Yeah. Please help me.
Emmanuel is a Kettering College student, working to enter the nursing program, according to the college.
Kettering College issued this statement today:
"Our faculty say she is a hard worker and is quite pleasant to have in their classes, a model student. The thoughts and prayers of the entire Kettering College family go out to Anika and her loved ones during this time.
We are prepared and want to provide all the support that we can, and we wish her a full and speedy recovery."
Police said they are still trying to figure out if anything was even taken from Anika. Police have very little information about the shooter and are hoping witnesses come forward.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Huber Heights Police Department at 937-233- 2080.
HUBER HEIGHTS -- The manager of the Danbarry movie theater, 22-year-old Anika Emmanuel, is still in critical condition this morning. Police tell us she was shot about 11 p.m. Wednesday right after she got into her car.
Police say a man walked up to the passenger window and shot the woman. She was hit on her right side. Police say the 22-year-old immediately drove off toward the police station. She also called 911 letting officers know she was shot. Police say the shooter may have been after the money. Emmanuel was leaving with a stack of cash to make the nightly deposit.
Huber Heights Police say they don't have any witnesses at this point but there were plenty of people inside the theater when the shooting happened. We talked to one moviegoer who says he saw officers in the theater. At first he thought they were checking IDs then he realized it was much more serious.
Police collected information from all the people in the theater to conduct more interviews later if needed.
A K-9 unit was also brought in to track where the shooter went. They lost the scent near Rural King, an area behind the theater.
That shooter did not get his hands on any of that money.
Officers do not have a good description of the suspect. They tell us the next step is to check surveillance video at the movie theater. They will also check with nearby businesses to see if they have any video surveillance.
HUBER HEIGHTS-- A woman is shot while outside a movie theater. It happened at around 11:00 Wednesday night at the Danbarry on Wayne Town Boulevard. Police say Anika Emmanuel, the manager of the theater was shot while handling the night's deposit money.
She told officers a man walked up to her while she was in her SUV and fired a shot through the window hitting her. She then drove herself to the police department to tell officers she had been shot.
Once officers arrived on scene they had to clear the theater out immediately and as you can imagine that was a scary scene for movie goers inside. The woman who was shot was taken to the hospital and is in critical condition.
Police are working to talk to witnesses to figure out a motive and find the shooter. They are also working to get surveillance video from The Danbarry and surrounding businesses.
HUBER HEIGHTS -- There have been reports of a woman being shot at the Danbarry Theater in Huber Heights.
Police dispatches say crews are investigating at Wayne Town Boulevard.
Right now, it appears the manager of the theater was shot while handling the night deposit money.
The victim reportedly drove herself to the Huber Heights police station on Taylorsville Road.
Our crews are on the way to the scene -- and we'll update you as soon as we have more information.
HUBER HEIGHTS-- We're headed to the scene of breaking news, there are reports of someone being shot at the Danbarry Theater in Huber Heights.
Police dispatchers say crews are on the scene at Wayne Town Boulevard.
We have a crew headed to the scene and will update you as soon as we have more information.
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