Woman in serious but stable condition after shooting in Sharonville, police say
SHARONVILLE, Ohio (WXIX) -A woman is in serious but stable condition after a shooting occurred in Sharonville early Saturday morning, Sharonville police said.
Police say around 5 a.m., officers pulled up to a possible car accident with a pedestrian struck in the middle of the 2300 block of Sharon Road.
Once the officer got closer to the vehicle, he saw 30-year-old Dennisha Hulgin had actually been shot multiple times and not hit by a car, police said.
Officers say they stabilized her, and then she was taken by medics to the UC Medical Center for treatment.
Police did arrest 29-year-old Alex Gilliam in connection with the shooting, and he is charged with felonious assault, police said.
“The shooting is believed to have stemmed from a dispute over the vehicle. This was an isolated incident between acquaintances and not a random act,” police said in a press release.
In the initial report, police stated that a man and the woman met at a bar and left together. The woman did not know where she was and attempted to exit the vehicle when the man shot her to try to stop her from leaving, officers said.
Officers are still investigating the shooting.
Witnesses are asked to contact the Sharonville Police Department at 513-563-1147 or Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040.
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