TOLEDO, Ohio – Police arrested a Toledo man who is accused of shooting three people Sunday at a central Toledo residence on a Super Bowl Sunday, according to the reports.
The incident where the 21-year-old Toledo man was accused of injuring three men took place in the 600 block of Woodland Avenue near Dorr Street and Central Park Avenue. The victims were inside the residence watching Super Bowl at around 10 p.m. Sunday evening, according to the police reports.
Toledo police investigators say that the suspect probably shot the residence while he was inside the car and while the car was moving or passing the residence that was struck by the bullet, according to the reports.
The shots came from the outside and went through the window. The windows were shattered and the bullets that went through struck three of the residents. There were two children inside the residence when the shooting broke out. Luckily, they were not injured, according to the reports.
The suspect in the shooting incident was identified as 21-year-old Tremayne Griffin. Toledo police Sgt. Tim Noble said that he was arrested early Friday morning at around 3 a.m. He was arrested without any incident.
Tremayne Griffin appeared before the Toledo Municipal Court later that morning and the judge set a bond of $600,000, according to the reports.
Prior to the incident, Griffin was just released from prison after he was charged in a different shooting incident that took place January. It was two days after he was released from prison when the shooting of three individuals took place.
There are now many questions that asked why the man was released despite of the charges.
Sergeant Noble identified the victims as Dwight Gibbs, 39, of Woodrow Boulevard, Kera Mitchell, 27, of Marlow Road, and Ebony Hollis, 32, of Lexington Avenue.