Police: Ohio pastor fatally shot by brother at church

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Police Say Pastor Was Killed by His Brother During Sunday Services

Feb 28 (Reuters) - A pastor was shot and killed by his brother inside an office at his church in Dayton, Ohio, on Sunday, police said.

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The pastor, identified by the Montgomery County Coroner Office as William Schooler, 70, was not shot at the pulpit, as police and some media outlets reported initially, the Dayton Police Department said in a news release on Sunday.

The suspected gunman, Daniel Schooler, 68, was arrested without incident at the scene, police said.

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Police: Ohio pastor fatally shot by brother at church
Daniel Gregory Schooler is shown in a photo provided by the Montgomery County Jail in Dayton, Ohio. Dayton police say 70-year-old William B. Schooler was shot around 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016, by his brother Daniel while in his office at St. Peter's Missionary Baptist Church in Dayton. Police say Daniel Schooler will be charged with murder on Monday. (Montgomery County Jail via AP)

No one else was injured and there were no other intended targets, officials said. The police statement described the incident as a "domestic situation" and said detectives would meet with prosecutors in coming days to discuss charges.

The coroner's office said William Schooler was pronounced dead on Sunday afternoon and that an autopsy would be conducted on Monday.

The shooting took place about 12:20 p.m. at St. Peters Missionary Baptist Church, police said.

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