For the second time in a week, the FOX 8 I-Team has learned gunshots were fired at Cleveland Police.
A York man is facing charges following a three-month investigation that police say involved controlled purchases by officers. The residents told officers that it was the same van from the original shooting. That case created an uproar within the police department when a supervisor ordered the officer to stop chasing the auto with the suspected gunman. Callers reported that a man was going back and forth to vehicles in that area, and different vehicles would pull up and the man would meet with them.
According to city police Chief Superintendent Roland Agohob, Manarang was an employee of Silk-Pro Marketing Corporation as collector delivery previous year based in Barangay Sindalan and also selling beauty soaps. As of early Sunday morning, no arrests had been made.
Police will allege they found and seized a gun, cash, methamphetamine, mobile phones, two motor vehicles, bank cards, drivers' licences and Medicare cards. The officer said Oliver removed a lighter from his pocket when she approached him, and he provided a false name.
Battle Creek police were called at 1:55 a.m. Thursday to investigate a report of several gunshots in the Washington Heights neighborhood.