Police identify officer and man involved in shooting in Fairfield

THESE STORMS WILL BRING. KEVIN THANK YOU NOW THE LATEST NEWS ON AN OFFICER INVOLVES A SHOOTING THAT HAPPENED IN FAIRFIELD, AND WE NOW LEARN LOTS MORE NEW DETAILS ABOUT HOW ALL TSHI WAS DEPLOYED SUNDAY NIGHT FAIRFIELD POLICE OFFICER. ROBERT DAVIS WAS INVESTIGATING A 911 HANG-UP CALL ALONG THIS SECTION OF PORT UNION ROAD WHILE STANDING ON THE ROAD. WELL TONIGHT THIS MAN HAS NOW BEEN IDENTIFIED TO US AS RODOLFO MOLINA HERNANDEZ. DAVIS SAID MOLINA HERNANDEZ IS HOLDING A GUN AND DESPITE ORDERS TO LEAVE THAT GUN. HE POINTED IT AT AGENT DAVIS OFCEFIR DISAV THEN SHOOT SEVERAL TIMES INJURING MOLINA HERNANDEZ AFTER SHOOTING OFFICER DAVIS PICKED UP THE GUN AND NOTICED IT LOOKED LIKE A TOY BUT THE BUREAU OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS OF L ‘ETH OHIO HAS NOW CONFIRMED THE GUN WAS THE REAL OFFICER ROBERT. DAVIS HAS BEEN WITH THE FAIRFIELD POLEIC DEPARTMENT SINCE LAST SUMMER AGENT DAVIS IS ON ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE WHO IS POLICE POLICY THERE WHILE ST

Police identify officer and man involved in shooting in Fairfield

The Fairfield Police Department is releasing more information as part of the investigation after an officer shot a man who pointed a gun at him, police said. According to the Fairfield Police Department, officers were dispatched to the 3300 block of Port Union Road on Sunday. arriving at the scene, an officer, later identified as Robert Nick Davis, found a man, later identified as 36-year-old Rodolfo Molina-Hernandez, standing on the roadway and attempted to strike up a conversation with him. Police said during the interaction, Davis saw a gun in Molina-Hernandez’s hand. Davis ordered him to drop the gun several times, but said he refused. According to officials, at one point Molina-Hernandez took a firing position and aimed the gun at Davis. In response, Davis fired several rounds from his handgun, hitting Molina. -Hernandez.Once other officers arrived at the scene, they began to take rescue action, called paramedics and secured the scene. Molina-Hernandez was transported to an area hospital where he is in stable condition. Charges are currently pending, police said. No officers were injured in the incident, police said. The Fairfield Police Department said the incident was captured by the officer’s body camera and will be made public at the appropriate time. On Tuesday, police released 911 calls regarding the incident. They said that in the radio traffic, Davis could be heard identifying the gun pointed at him as a toy. As the incident unfolded, Davis believed the gun was real. The weapon later turned out to be a real firearm, confirmed by BCI, police said. Davis has been with the police department since the summer of 2021. As usual, Davis is on administrative leave while the shooting is investigated.

The Fairfield Police Department is releasing more information as part of the investigation after an officer shot a man who pointed a gun at him, police said.

According to the Fairfield Police Department, officers were dispatched to the 3300 block of Port Union Road on Sunday.

When they arrived at the scene, an officer, later identified as Robert Nick Davis, found a man, later identified as Rodolfo Molina-Hernandez, 36, standing on the roadway and attempted to strike up a conversation with him.

Police say during the interaction, Davis saw a gun in Molina-Hernandez’s hand. Davis ordered him to drop the gun several times, but said he refused.

According to officials, at one point Molina-Hernandez took a firing stance and pointed the gun at Davis, in response Davis fired several shots from his handgun, hitting Molina-Hernandez.

Once other officers arrived at the scene, they took rescue action, called paramedics and secured the scene. Molina-Hernandez was transported to an area hospital where he is in stable condition. Charges are currently pending, police said.

No officers were injured in the incident, according to police.

The Fairfield Police Department said the incident was captured by the officer’s body camera and will be made public at the appropriate time.

On Tuesday, police released 911 calls from the incident. They said that in the radio traffic, Davis could be heard identifying the gun pointed at him as a toy. As the incident unfolded, Davis believed the gun was real. The weapon later turned out to be a real firearm, confirmed by BCI, police said.

Davis has been with the police department since the summer of 2021. As usual, Davis is on administrative leave while the shooting is investigated.

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