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Dashcam footage released of Clearcreek Township shooting, update given on officer

The Clearcreek Township Police Department and Warren County District Attorney David Fornshell held a news conference Thursday to provide an update after a shooting left one officer dead and an officer in critical condition. Clearcreek Township officer Eric Ney was taken to hospital in critical condition after being shot in the head by a man, Mark Evers, 65, as Ney and his partner responded to a call domestic Tuesday night in Warren County. Evers was shot. and killed by Ney’s partner, whom Clearcreek Police Chief John Terrill identified Thursday as Sgt. Nicole Cordero. In the video you see Sgt. Cordero rushed to help Officer Ney after he was shot. Chief Terrill said Evers’ wife called 911 due to a domestic incident with her husband. When police arrived, Evers took off for about an hour before returning to the scene, Terrill said. sergeant. Cordero was approaching Evers when he pulled out a gun and fired two shots at Officer Ney. sergeant. Cordero fired back, hitting Evers. Prosecutor Fornshell said Thursday that Evers also suffered a contact injury or a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The Warren County Coroner’s Office will determine the cause of his death. Recently released 911 calls explain what information was passed on to first responders. Evers’ wife called 911 around 7:15 p.m. ,” she said. “She was calm at the start of the call. When asked, she told dispatchers there were guns in the house. “Are there weapons involved?” asked the dispatcher. “Oh no, but he has guns,” the caller replied. “Are they safe?” asked the dispatcher. “Uh, well, he’s got like a little gun sitting on the kitchen table,” the caller replied. When asked how the domestic situation started, the woman replied, “Oh, he’s just mad at me. We’re together 24/7, and he – it doesn’t take much -thing.” She told the dispatcher that her husband got upset because he thought she had wrapped the horse’s legs wrong. Within a minute, the caller repeats “don’t touch me,” then shouts, asking the police to hurry. “He’s come into the house,” she said moments later. has guns in there so just want you to be careful Evers took off in farmland for about an hour but eventually came back Chief Terrill also said Officer Ney was up and up on Thursday morning, able to brush his teeth on his own, but reiterated that the injuries he sustained were serious.The chief added that this was the first shooting involving an officer in the department’s history. Many questions posed to Chief Terrill went unanswered, with the chief citing an ongoing Ohio BCI investigation.Thursday’s press conference was the first update given on Ney’s condition since just before 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, when offi The cials told WLWT’s Megan Mitchell that Ney was breathing was on his own and responsive, but had a long way to go to recover and was still in intensive care. A GoFundMe has been launched for Officer Ney. Anyone wishing to make a donation can do so by following this link.

The Clearcreek Township Police Department and Warren County District Attorney David Fornshell held a news conference Thursday to provide an update after a shooting left one officer dead and an officer in critical condition.

Clearcreek Township officer Eric Ney was taken to hospital in critical condition after being shot in the head by a man, Mark Evers, 65, as Ney and his partner responded to a call domestic Tuesday night in Warren County.

Evers was fatally shot by Ney’s partner, whom Clearcreek Police Chief John Terrill identified Thursday as Sgt. Nicole Cordero.

In the video you see Sgt. Cordero rushed to help Officer Ney after he was shot.

Chief Terrill said Evers’ wife called 911 due to a domestic incident with her husband. When police arrived, Evers took off for about an hour before returning to the scene, Terrill said.

sergeant. Cordero was approaching Evers when he pulled out a gun and fired two shots at Officer Ney.

sergeant. Cordero fired back, hitting Evers.

Prosecutor Fornshell said Thursday that Evers also suffered a contact injury or a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

The Warren County Coroner’s Office will determine the cause of his death.

Recently released 911 calls explain what information was passed on to first responders.

Evers’ wife called 911 around 7:15 p.m.

“My husband just took our alligator and he kicked the hell out of my car. He wrecked my car. He’s mad at me,” she said. “

She was calm at the start of the call. When asked, she told dispatchers there were guns in the house.

“Are there weapons involved? asked the dispatcher.

“Oh no, but he has guns,” the caller replied.

“Are they secure? asked the dispatcher.

“Uh, well, he’s got like a little gun sitting on the kitchen table,” the caller replied.

When asked how the domestic situation started, the woman replied: “Oh, he’s just mad at me. We’re together 24/7, and he – it doesn’t take much -thing.”

She told the dispatcher that her husband got upset because he thought she wrapped the horse’s legs wrong.

Within a minute, the caller repeats “don’t touch me” and then shouts, asking the police to hurry.

“He came into the house,” she said moments later. “And there are weapons in there, so I just want you to be careful.”

When Clearcreek Township police arrived, they said Evers took off in farmland for about an hour, but eventually returned.

Chief Terrill also said Officer Ney was up and on his feet on Thursday morning, able to brush his teeth on his own, but reiterated that the injuries he had sustained were serious.

The chief added that this was the first shooting involving an officer in the department’s history.

Many questions posed to Chief Terrill went unanswered, with the chief citing an ongoing Ohio BCI investigation.

Thursday’s press conference was the first update given on Ney’s condition since shortly before 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, when officials told WLWT’s Megan Mitchell that Ney was breathing on his own and responsive but had a long road to recovery and was still in intensive care.

A GoFundMe has been launched for Officer Ney. Anyone wishing to make a donation can do so by following this link.