Sharonville police said Harrison has a criminal history that includes felony drug possession. He also had an active felony warrant for probation violation from the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office.
Sharonville Police Communications Supervisor Amy L. Williams said that following department policies, the officer involved with the shooting will be on desk duty until the sheriff’s criminal investigation, which automatically happens after a police-involved shooting, is completed. Sharonville also is conducting an administrative investigation, which also is standard procedure after such a shooting.
Sharonville police on their Facebook page said: “The subject barricaded himself in a room and the Hamilton County Police Association SWAT team was requested.” At about 2:30 a.m., “the subject left his room, armed with a black handgun, and was confronted by police in a common area. A Sharonville Police officer fired three rounds at the subject, striking him, and then took him into custody. A black handgun was recovered at the scene. No police officers or bystanders were injured during the events.”