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Resident Fires At Intruder, Bullet Goes Into Neighboring Apartment


TOLEDO, OHIO — Authorities are conducting an investigation into a suspected break-in and subsequent shooting incident in west Toledo, which occurred early on Tuesday.

The incident was reported at an apartment located on Brooke Park Drive in the 1400 block, around 1:20 a.m. A resident there reported discharging a firearm at someone who allegedly broke into their home. Upon arriving at the scene, officers found evidence of a bullet passing through a wall shared between two apartments. Fortunately, the apartment where the bullet ended up was empty at the time of the incident.

This case is being treated as both a burglary and a shooting by the investigating officers. The police report, however, did not mention any potential suspects related to this event.

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