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2 injured in Findlay shooting; suspect identified, considered armed and dangerous




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Findlay, Ohio — The Findlay Police Department responded to a report of an altercation involving gunshots being fired at a building located in the 200 block of E. Front Street on Saturday at approximately 7:48 p.m.

According to the updated information released by the department, an altercation occurred during a gathering within the business, resulting in two males being struck by gunfire. The injured males have been identified as Kcaleeb Gonzales, 25, of Fostoria, Ohio, and Daniel Green, 47, of Lansing, Michigan. They are receiving treatment at Blanchard Valley Hospital, and their overall condition is unknown at this time.

The department has identified 20-year-old Isaiah Moore, also known as Zay James, of Findlay, Ohio, as the suspect in the aggravated felonious assault.

An arrest warrant for Moore has already been issued, and anyone with information about his location can contact the Findlay Police Department at 419-424-7150 or their local law enforcement agency. The suspect is still considered to be armed and dangerous, and the public is advised to use caution.

The department also received reports of the sounds of gunshots a few hours after the incident, and officers responded to each of these locations as they were received. However, there was no evidence or information to corroborate any of these reports, and they were deemed unfounded at this time. There was only one reported sighting of a bottle rocket being observed/heard being set off in the same relative area of some of these reports.

The investigation is still ongoing.

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