Shots fired closes Pippin Road in Colerain Township - Tucson News Now

Shots fired closes Colerain Twp. road

COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) -

A situation involving an individual firing a gun closed down a street in Colerain Township on Saturday evening.

Police say that a conflict at a home on Pippin Road resulted in someone firing shots.

Initial reports indicated that shots were fired on Brookside Drive which runs parallel to Pippin. Police shut down the road as a precaution.

However, after further investigation, it was discovered that all shots were fired on Pippin Road.

No one was hurt in the incident.

The Hamilton County Sheriff's Department has been called in to investigate the crime scene and figure out the charges.

The incident still remains under investigation.

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