A hunter was fatally shot on opening day of gun season.
According to Coshocton County Sheriff Tim Rogers, at around 10:30 Monday morning, Sheriff Deputies along with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources responded to the 28000 block of Twp. Rd. 341 in reference to a deceased hunter.
Upon arrival a 63-year-old male hunter was found in his tree stand and was pronounced dead at the scene from a single gun shot wound.
What started out as breakfast, ended in a fatal shooting.
At 9:45 a.m. Thursday morning, Muskingum County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a call about gunfire at the Burger King on Maysville Pike. When deputies arrived, they found 61-year-old Charles M. Hooper lying on the floor. The Zanesville man and Burger King regular was pronounced dead at the scene. Sheriff Matt Lutz says Hooper was killed in front of customers and Burger King employees.
Police are releasing new information regarding a fatal shooting in Zanesville this weekend.
Captain Tony Coury said the victim is identified as 37-year-old Larry Lewis of Zanesville. On Sunday night officers were called to 409 1/2 Mead Street, where they found Lewis bleeding on a porch. Coury said the victim suffered a single gunshot wound to the chest, and he died at Good Samaritan Hospital.
"The police department has had a history with Mr. Lewis," said...
Authorities are still searching for the suspect charged in Saturday's fatal shooting in Zanesville.
On Monday 21-year-old Joseph Hampton was charged with shooting 21-year-old Dante Wolford at the Dairy Mart on Pine Street. Zanesville Police Chief Eric Lambes said Hampton is still on the loose, but police are doing what they can to find him.
"Currently, we're pursuing several leads," said Lambes. "We've received several calls from people that believe...