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Victim uncooperative after North Side shooting



Published: Thu, December 26, 2013 @ 12:35 a.m.

YOUNGSTOWN

Police said a man who was shot in the leg walked into St. Elizabeth Health Center at 2:46 p.m. Wednesday.

The hospital called police, but the 53-year-old man would not cooperate with them, a police report says.

The man tried to leave the hospital, but police restrained him. He said only that he was shot on the city’s North Side, but would not tell police anything about who shot him.


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1opddad(61 comments)posted 8 months ago

OK...Officer...next call, dispatch!
No harm no foul...move along please...nothing to see here!

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2JS(626 comments)posted 8 months ago

This man unlike the law viewed the gunshot wound as a means of expression. Being shot to him is prestige and gives him bragging rights. The pain of the wound was miniscule in comparison to the pain of prison of which he didn't want to inflict upon his friend.

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