Zanesville police say they have a person in custody in connection to Monday night's shooting on Ridge Avenue.
Police Chief, Kenneth Miller said ZPD has filed charges against 22-year old Kadeem Royer of Zanesville. The motive for the shooting is still unclear.
"Speculation was a robbery attempt. This morning we did make one arrested on Mead Street. We arrested a male subject 22- years old. We arrested him without an incident. He's presently locked up in Zanesville City...
The Zanesville Fire Department said a fire on the corner of Brighton and Ridge Ave. Sunday night remains under investigation but were able to provide preliminary details.
The Zanesville Fire Department responded to the call just after 10 p.m. that evening and Chief Waltemire said the blaze was located on the first level of the house. There appeared to be a lot of smoke, but Waltemire said it only took about ten minutes to control.
Three people are in the hospital after a head on collision on Maple Ave. earlier Thursday evening.
Sergeant Jon McCoy of the Zanesville Police Department said that they received a call just before 7 p.m. with reports of a white SUV driving recklessly on Maple Ave. Shortly after the initial call, a secondary call reported a two car injury accident at the intersection of Maple Ave. and Dresden Rd.
When ZPD arrived, they discovered that one vehicle involved matched the description...
UPDATE: July 11 9:30 p.m: According to Sgt. Jon McCoy of the Zanesville Police Department, the suspect, 23-year-old Tequane Ali Boxley, was arrested Saturday evening. Authorities found him on Indiana Street shortly after 7:00 p.m. He was taken into custody without incident.
UPDATE July 11 3:30 p.m: Witnesses advised that the incident occured at Dairy Mart on the corner of Pine St. and Baker St. and the victim was transported in the vehicle to the West Main and State...
Anitera Sharrer, 5, of Zanesville was struck by an oncoming Ford 150 shortly after 5:00 p.m. Sunday.
Her father, Aaron Sharrer said Anitera was crossing Luck Avenue just south of Dryden Road. Sharrer also said, it appeared that the driver of the truck strongly applied the brakes. Zanesville Patrol Officer, Vickers said there was no indication the truck was traveling at a high rate of speed.
Anitera was transported to Genesis Hospital. Before being transported, both Sharrer...
At 7:08 p.m. a fire was reported at 1755 Kemper Ct., at Precision Fabricating And Stamping Inc.
Zanesville and Wayne Township Fire Departments responded to the call.
According the Wayne Township Fire Department Assistant Chief, Sam Smith, a trash can caught on fire in the building. The fire took about five minutes to contain and there was no structural damage to the building.
The business owners were alerted about the fire via smoke detectors and have been...
A portion of Main Street was closed for a little more than a half hour around 4:00 p.m. tonight. The Zanesville Police Department responded to a semi truck that ran over the bell at the corner of 6th and Main. Traffic was diverted from Main Street between 6th and 7th streets while the truck was lifted off the bell. ZPD said that besides between 6th and 7th streets traffic patterns weren't disturbed and that it is back to normal now.
The Zanesville Police Department arrested a suspect believed to be connected to a January homicide investigation.
At approximately 10:30a.m. Friday morning the Zanesville Police Department's Special Response Team raided a home at 207 Corwin Avenue and apprehended Chad M. Morrison,34 in connection to the murder of Isaac Thomas.
"In the early morning hours in January we had a shooting where the victim had stumbled out in the street and later died we have been...
The Crime and Violence Committee met at City Hall this afternoon to discuss what is being done to make the Zanesville community more safe.
Public Safety Director Fred Buck and Chief of Police Kenneth Miller addressed questions from the committee on the status of shooting and drug investigations. Chief Miller also informed the committee on updates to police equipment and computers.
"This is something I went to council for a month or so ago, just updating the...