Church Shooting: Man Kills Father outside and Ohio Church on Easter Sunday

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 Another Church Shooting: Ohio police are investigating  a church shooting outside Hiawatha Church of God in Christ on Easter Sunday. Allegedly the victim was shot by his own son!(SMH)

Here is the full story: ASHTABULA, OHIOPolice in northeast Ohio are investigating a shooting outside a church that left one man dead after Easter services ended. CBS Cleveland affiliate WOIO-TV citesAshtabula Police Chief Robert Stell  stated that one of the church’s pastors told the station that the gunman went inside and sat down after the shooting. Stell said the suspect still had his weapon in his hands when officers arrived. Stell also said the victim’s mother witnessed the shooting. Media reports identified the victim as Richard Riddle, 52. Stell told the Star Beacon in Ashtabula that dispatchers received multiple calls about the shooting from inside the church and that a mass shooting was feared. He said at least six other law enforcement agencies rushed to assist local police. The Plain Dealer newspaper in Cleveland reported that the church’s pastor said congregants were leaving when they heard a gunshot. “People pushed me into a back office and said, ‘Somebody’s here with a gun,”‘ said the Rev. David Howard Jr. “The guy was outside hollering and acting crazy.” There were no immediate reports of any other injuries. Howard said the church has about 175 members. He said people at the church didn’t know what led up to the shooting. “It’s such a tragic loss,” Crockett said. County Coroner Pamela Lancaster told the Star Beacon that Riddle’s wound was “immediately fatal.” She said the body will be transferred to the Cuyahoga County coroner’s office for autopsy. Source

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