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Ottawa Hills police shoot man during arrest

Posted by Dave Dykema - email

OTTAWA HILLS, OH (WTOL) - An Ottawa Hills police officer has been placed on administrative leave Saturday after shooting a motorcyclist.

It happened just after 2:00am Saturday morning on Indian Road near Central Avenue. That's where Ottawa Hills police arrested a biker they were chasing.

During that arrest a second biker was shot by an Ottawa Hills police officer.

He was taken to the hospital. No word on his condition.

The investigation into the shooting has been turned over to the Ohio Attorney General's Office and the Bureau of Criminal Investigation.

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