The Zanesville Police Department is investigating a report of a shot fired during a dispute Monday evening.
According to Lt. Tony Coury, officers were called to 254 Gray Street around 7:30 p.m. Coury says there was an argument at the home where the suspect fired a shot into the air and then fled the scene on foot.
He says officers know the identity of the man and are searching for him at this time. The incident remains under investigation.
The Zanesville Police Department is searching for information on a possible shooting victim Wednesday night.
According to Lt. Bill Shaw, shortly after 11 p.m. police received a call of shots fired in the area of Spangler Drive and Owens Street. Lt. Shaw says witnesses reported seeing a person falling and then others helping that person into a dark colored vehicle.
Shaw says a parked vehicle was struck by a bullet and they are concerned someone may have been injured in the...
Authorities are investigating a drive by shooting in Zanesville.
It happened around 9:30 Sunday evening in the area of Lee Street and Liberty near Linden Avenue.
Zanesville Police say 10 shots were fired from a vehicle. Police have no one in custody or any victims as of right now. The Sheriff's Office, ZPD, and the State Highway Patrol are continuing to investigate.
A woman was shot in the head Wednesday night during a dispute in Muskingum County.
It happened around 7:30 p.m. at 3900 Hemmers Lane in Wayne Township. Sheriff Matt Lutz says several family members were at the residence when the victim was shot by her step-brother following an argument.
"Our deputies got here on the scene, there was some people that had the victim out of the residence. At that point the suspect was still in the residence," he says.
Authorities are investigating a shooting in Cambridge that severely injured one man.
"We observed one of the kids run across the road holding his stomach and a lot of blood coming out of his mouth and then he collapsed on the opposite side of the road," said Terry Holdren who witnessed the shooting.
Carter Baldwin and Terry Holdren were one of many who witnessed a shooting take place around 4 p.m. in front of the residence at 902 North 9th Street in Cambridge.
The Newark Police Department says a person of interest in Tuesday's Newark shooting outside Walmart is now a suspect in the crime.
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of 27-year-old Gregory McCualsky. Officers say he's being charged with one felony count of attempted murder.
Crews were dispatched around 2:30 a.m. outside the store and say they found 21-year-old Nitaleen McCualsky of Granville, who received a single gunshot wound to her right side. She was eventually taken by...
Newark Police identify the woman shot in front of the Wal-mart Tuesday morning as a 21-year-old Granville woman.
Authorities said around 2:30, Nitaleen McCualsky was found shot in her right side, outside the store on North 21st Street, injures don't appear to be life threatening and she remains in stable condition at Grant Medical Center in Columbus.
Detectives said that 27-year-old Gregory McCualsky, of Newark, the brother-in-law, is a person of interest in the case.