Detectives are working to learn more about a shooting in Youngstown late Tuesday.
Police say a wounded man showed up at Saint Elizabeth Hospital in Boardman at around 8 p.m. Investigators believe the shooting happened on Idlewood Avenue, just south of West Hylda Avenue.
According to a police report from YPD, the victim was shot at while in a gray Cadillac. Police checked out the Idlewood corridor where they found the vehicle along with two people standing near it. Police say the vehicle was "riddled with bullets."
Police say once they arrived, the two people began to flee. As police ran to the back of the home, police say a small bag later found to contain fentanyl and crack cocaine was thrown in officers' direction.
Officers eventually detained the two people and asked them about the vehicle. One of these people was identified as 35-year-old Keith Tillis, and the other was a juvenile.
The two told police they were in the area of Lucius and Rush when another vehicle began shooting at them so they fled to a duplex on the 2900 block of Idlewood Avenue where the victim lives.
Police say a woman from the upper level of the duplex came down and asked another resident to watch her children while she took the victim to the hospital. This woman told police she had never seen Tillis before and is unsure why he knocked on her door.
Tillis was placed under arrest and when questioned about the narcotics thrown in the officers' direction, Tillis allegedly told police he didn't recall such a thing happening.
However, due to Tillis being the only one around the corner where the drugs were allegedly thrown from, he was still jailed and charged with two counts of possession of drugs.


The victim remains hospitalized in stable condition.
No one has been arrested as of early Wednesday.