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UPDATE: Police Identify Man Shot at Dayton VA
DAYTON -- The Dayton VA campus will remain on lockdown until further notice as police investigate a shooting this afternoon.
Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl says the shooting suspect, Neil Moore, is a retired employee at the VA. He reportedly worked in its housekeeping department.
Biehl say one person was injured about 12:10 p.m. Monday. Paul Burnside, 61, sustained a gunshot wound to an ankle. His injury is not considered life-threatening.
Burnside struggled with Moore over the revolver he was carrying, Biehl said.
Moore was taken into custody at Good Samaritan Hospital, where he was seeking a psychological evaluation.
Biehl says at least three people witnessed the incident, but he did not provide details about exactly what they saw.
According to VA Medical Center Director Glenn Costie, the shooting happened in a break room in the basement of the VA hospital.
Officials don't believe there are any other injuries but first responders are going room-to-room to make sure. The VA will remain closed to visitors until that process is completed.
Patients already in the hospital are continuing to receive care. They can be contacted through their room phone or the hospital switchboard at 937-268-6511.
The Dayton VA is not currently accepting new patients while the investigating is ongoing. Veteran needing emergency treatment are being advised to call 911 or visit a local hospital emergency room.
Community based outpatient clinics in Springfield, Middletown and Richmond, Ind., are reporting normal hours for today.
Biehl says the response to the shooting included several area agencies, including Dayton police, Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Five River MetroParks rangers, FBI agents and VA police.
Report: Dayton VA Shooting Suspect in Custody, 1 Injury Reported
DAYTON -- We're waiting for a Dayton VA news conference to begin, where we expect to get an update on the shooting incident at the hospital.
Check back soon for the latest.
DAYTON -- According to scanner traffic, the shooting suspect is in custody.
He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail, after being arrested at Good Samaritan Hospital.
A tweet posted by the City of Dayton indicates one person has been injured, with injuries that are not considered life-threatening. As of 1:25 p.m. Monday, that person is in the Emergency Room being treated.
According to a City of Dayton media release, the suspect was taken into custody at Good Samaritan Hospital by hospital security and then transferred to Dayton police custody. The suspect is now at the Montgomery County Jail.
"Police continue to secure VA campus building and de-escalate the scene," the report states.
A tow truck operator was seen a few minutes ago loading up what is suspected to be the shooting suspect's vehicle he used to drive himself to his sister's Dayton home. She then reportedly drove him to Good Samaritan Hospital, where he was taken into custody.
LATEST: Active Shooter on Dayton VA Campus
DAYTON -- We are hearing reports of an active shooter on the Dayton VA campus.
According to scanner traffic, which has yet to be confirmed, there is one victim and the suspect is reportedly still being sought. Dayton and Montgomery County SWAT units have been deployed to the VA campus.
The shooter, described on the scanner as a black male wearing a black jacket with a U.S. Marine Corps insignia, reportedly had a revolver at the VA hospital.
Reporter Nicole Grigg is on the scene and says civilians are being evacuated as the search continues. She says vehicles are still driving into and out of the VA campus.
We're also hearing reports that police have been dispatched to the suspect's home on Shadowbrook Drive in Trotwood.
The suspect's vehicle is being described on the scanner as a taupe-colored 2008 GMC Silverado.
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