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.
The Zanesville Police Department is investigating a possible shooting on Greenwood Avenue.
According to Sgt. Chris Phipps, officers were called to the 900-block of Greenwood around 4:30 p.m. Phipps says witnesses reported hearing one gun shot and a then seeing a vehicle flee the scene at a high-rate of speed.
Officers at the scene did not find evidence of a bullet being fired. The incident remains under investigation.
Several shots were fired Tuesday night on Luck Avenue in Zanesville.
Authorities were called to the scene in front of 163 Luck around 10 p.m.
"We responded to this area in reference to shots fired with possible victim. Upon our arrival we located some evidence that suggested there was a shooting, but we have as yet to locate any suspects," says Sgt. Chris Phipps, Zanesville Police Department.
No victims were discovered at the scene. Officers checked the home and...
Police in Newark respond to a home on West National Drive after receiving a call that gun shots were fired.
At 2:40p.m. the Newark Police Department was called to 109 West National Drive.
"Received a call of a man with a gun and then shortly after that there was a call for shots fired. One of our neighborhood impact officers was in the area. He responded quickly to the scene," says Sergeant Darrin Logan of the Newark Police Department.