Thursday, July 7, 2011

Man with Gunshot Wounds Shows Up at Wayne HealthCare, GCPD Investigating

From the GCPD:

On Thursday, July 7, 2011 at approximately 11:59 a.m. the Greenville Police Department received a call from Wayne Hospital in reference to a male subject being admitted for gunshot wounds to his hand and leg. Police responded to Wayne Hospital and began an investigation into the shooting. The male subject was transferred to Miami Valley hospital and his condition is unknown at this time. Further information will be provided as it becomes available.


  1. Yup, lets lay off some more cops. Just what this city needs, less cops....NOT!

  2. We need MORE cops. The more broke people get, the more crime will go up as they get desperate. That is a fact. Then toss in the rising drug problem in this area and you have a recipe for bad things. We need a strong police force to protect the non-criminal element that is still left in this community.

  3. Seems the police force SHOULDN'T be cut and maybe they should consider making the fire dept less manpower or part volunteer. Or they could have the fire department guys mowing grass around town during the times they are not busy.

  4. Or we could look at exploring other ways to drive new revenue. Additional programing from the Arts council to drive new foot traffic into town? A continuation and additional support for Mainstreet Greenville initiatives like first Friday? Why don't we investigate possible revenue from downtown music events during the summer months and more at Memorial Hall or other venues? More art events? Expand our farmers market or possibly look at a location which will drive more traffic to the downtown? Troy has a wonderful program which utilizes a full block of downtown street which is blocked off, allowing folks to congregate. Their turn out is amazing and it supplies many new bodies in and around local businesses plus tax revenue on sales?? I see a lot of proposed band aid style cuts but very little ever mentioned about developing ideas which GENERATE revenue for our great city. I see the discussion starting to rear its head on this post now, and that, I feel is very refreshing! This is the direction we should explore. The great people of Greenville and Darke County sharing GREAT ideas. Keep them coming. Kudos!!


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