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Suspects in Perrysburg Township officer shooting appear in court

PERRYSBURG TOWNSHIP, OH (WTOL) -

Two men arrested for allegedly being involved in a deadly officer-involved shooting appeared in court Thursday afternoon. 

Harold Geiger and Robert Scarrow were brought in for a pre-trial hearing after being arrested last week in a traffic stop that turned into a deadly chase in Perrysburg Township.

They both face obstruction of justice charges. 

The chase ended when officers shot and killed a man from Georgia. 

Geiger and Scarrow's case was waived in Municipal Court and is being sent over to Wood County Common Pleas Court.

The two are expected to be back in court in October. 

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