OSHP has person of interest after shots fired at Troopers in Youngstown
Ohio State Troopers say they have a person of interest in the south side attempted shooting of state troopers.
Lt. Jerad Sutton told 21 News that they have not made an arrest in connection to the incident but do have a person of interest in the case.
Sutton added that all vehicles involved in Friday's incident are in Highway Patrol custody.
The investigation comes after two Ohio State Highway Patrol Troopers were shot at around 2:30 p.m. Friday near Summer Street and Warren Avenue.
The state troopers were not hit in the gunfire, and neither was their vehicle.
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A Tahoe with North Carolina plates was towed at the corner of Glenaven Avenue and Hillman Street Friday afternoon.
Sutton told 21 News that two SUVs were near the state trooper vehicle and fled the scene after the shots were fired.
While the agency does have a person of interest, they have not released the person's name or description at this time.