WPD: New shooting information received
WILMINGTON — The Wilmington Police Department’s Investigative Unit has received new information about a Sept. 12 shooting.
On Thursday, police received information regarding possible evidence at a residence in the city of Wilmington, according to a statement from Chief Ron Fithen. The information received comes from an active investigation into a shooting.
“A search warrant has been obtained for 641 Norman Street for the sole purpose of searching for firearms and/or firearms-related materials,” the statement said. “No new arrests have been made in relation to this new search warrant as it was only new information received regarding the original incident. Evidence was recovered during the search and our detectives continue to follow up on any information obtained. . “
On September 12 at approximately 10:30 p.m., police responded to the South South Street area near Randolph Street at approximately 10:30 p.m. Upon arrival, officers located three young men inside a vehicle. Two were injured in a shooting that occurred on Reba Drive, according to WPD.
Both were taken to Clinton Memorial Hospital for treatment. One would be transported via CareFlight to Miami Valley Hospital for further treatment.
For more information, contact Chief Fithen.
Contact John Hamilton at 937-382-2574