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.
A Newark man is in critical condition at OSU Medical Center after police say he accidentally shot himself.
Crews were initially called to 1614 Crystal Court, Apartment F, and found 40-year-old Christopher Harvey on the floor of the garage with one gunshot wound to his head. He was taken by Medflight to the hospital for treatment.
Detective Sergeant Steve Baum says after gathering witness statements, they indicate Harvey was showing off the gun and how the safety worked. He says...
Multiple shots were fired Friday night on Spangler Drive in Zanesville.
Authorities were called to the 600-block of Spangler near Owens Street shortly before 6:30. On the scene they found at least seven shell casings. Vickey Chason's family was having a Memorial Day picnic during the shooting.
"We were in the back playing corn hole and all of the sudden we heard a bunch of gun shots and my cousin started screaming, because there was kids in the front yard playing," says...
A man was grazed by a gunshot Friday on Putnam Avenue in Zanesville.
The call came in shortly before 8:30 at 1036 Putnam Avenue. Zanesville Police Officers on the scene said they're not yet sure of a motive for the attack, but it could have been an attempted robbery. One shot was fired at the victim and grazed his leg slightly.
The suspect was described over the scanner as a black male, with a red bandana over his face, wearing a hoodie and red and black shorts.
A Zanesville man pleads guilty in connection to a fatal shooting last April.
24-year-old James Tyrone McCrae appeared in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court Monday where he pled guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter with a gun specification and one count of having a weapon under disability.
McCrae was arrested in August for the shooting death of 32-year-old Shane Goins.
The shooting took place on April 4, 2009 at the...