Shooting victim found in Dayton church parking lot in fair condition

Shooting victim found in Dayton church parking lot in fair condition

Dayton shooting sends man to hospital

DAYTON — UPDATE @ 3 a.m. (Oct. 12): The 30-year-old victim found suffering from several gunshot wounds in the parking lot of a Dayton church Thursday is now in fair condition, according to a Miami Valley Hospital representative.

UPDATE @ 7:45 p.m.: The 30-year-old victim in the shooting reportedly is in serious but stable condition and police are looking for a suspect, Dayton Lt. Steven Bauer said. 

UPDATE @ 3 a.m. (Oct. 12): The 30-year-old victim found suffering from several gunshot wounds in the parking lot of a Dayton church Thursday is now in fair condition, according to a Miami Valley Hospital representative.

The man was found, suffering from several gunshot wounds, in the parking lot of Greater Allen AME Church.

UPDATE @ 7:45 p.m.: The 30-year-old victim in the shooting reportedly is in serious but stable condition and police are looking for a suspect, Dayton Lt. Steven Bauer said. 

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – A man is in serious condition at a local hospital after a shooting in Dayton Thursday night.

Officers found several shell casings at the apartment, he said, which they checked and found several gunshots had penetrated the wall to a neighboring unit. 

Medics took the victim, described as a 30-year-old man, to Miami Valley Hospital. Police say the man is in serious condition, but considered stable.

Police say the shooting started at a nearby apartment complex. During the investigation, officers found several shell casings in the area and found shots fired into one of the apartments.

The man was found, suffering from several gunshot wounds, in the parking lot of Greater Allen AME Church.

The Fire Department forced entry into the residence to make sure everyone inside was alright. The apartment was not occupied.

Witnesses say they heard multiple shots fired in the area, and then saw two suspects get into a white vehicle, possibly a Chrysler or a Dodge.

The shooting remains under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers at 222-STOP (7867).

The 16-member team traveled from Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Alabama to Panama City Thursday morning.

The Warren County Sheriffs Office wants to share some information with the public ahead of the event.

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