WILLOUGHBY HILLS, Ohio — The Person accused of shooting 2 Willoughby Hills police officers Thursday next a dispute by employees at a BMW dealership has an “extensive criminal history,” authorities said Friday evening.
His final known address was on Bishop Road in Willoughby Hills, police said.
The Person pulled out his gun as he spoke by the officers, & the officers pulled out their own weapons.
But the man’s criminal history dates back to nearly a decade ago & shows a bevy charges.
The man’s criminal history too includes misdemeanor convictions for drug possession, traffic offenses & disorderly conduct, records show.
Two officers wounded after shooting at Ohio BMW dealer
Two police officers have been bullet by a customer at a BMW dealership in suburban Cleveland.
The officers & gunman were wounded at the Classic BMW in Willoughby Hills on Thursday afternoon, the city’s police chief Christopher Collins said at a press conference.
All 3 are in stable condition at native hospitals, by Collins telling the cops were wearing bulletproof vests.
Girl, 2, accidentally bullet by dad cleaning gunHe said which his officers began speaking by the unidentified Person before he pulled out a handgun & unlocked blaze near the store’s service department.
The customer had not previously been at the dealership, Collins said.
Willoughby Hills police officers launched from infirmary after shooting at BMW dealership
WILLOUGHBY HILLS, Ohio – 2 Willoughby Hills police officers who were injury final 7 days in a shooting at a BMW vehicle dealership have been launched from native hospitals, officials said.
Investigators havn’t launched the names of the officers or the suspicious who was wounded in the shooting.
The officers & the suspicious were wounded Thursday in a shooting at Classic BMW on Som Center Road with Interstate 90.
Detectives on Friday raided the suspect’s home on Bishop Road near White Road in Willoughby Hills.
The Willoughby Hills Police section said Friday the suspicious has an “extensive criminal history” & multiple outstanding warrants.
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