Based on initial reporting and the 911 calls and emergency radio traffic released Monday, this is how Friday’s officer-involved shooting unfolded:
• The girlfriend of Jones called 911 and said he allegedly stole her vehicle and loaded handgun.
• The girlfriend told dispatchers he allegedly said he would shoot her if she tried to get her stuff back, or officers if they responded.
• An hour later, the girlfriend came to the police department to talk to an officer.
• Moore was dispatched to 9 S. Timer Hollow Drive at around 11:37 a.m. Subsequently, Setterstrom and Bausch responded.
• Jones then confronted police officers at the Timber Hollow Apartment Homes complex and displayed a firearm.
• At 10:53 a.m., minutes later, Moore called out "shots fired,” and called for a paramedic.
• After coordination between police and emergency medical personnel, the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation was called to investigate.
Police have not yet confirmed if the man was struck by bullets from one or multiple officers’ weapons.
Bausch, Setterstrom and Moore have been placed on administrative leave, which is department policy.
Fairfield Police Steve Maynard told the Journal-News “the officers, although shaken by the traumatic incident, are doing well.” None of the officers were injured. Maynard said once BCI completes the report, it will be released.
Butler County Prosecutor Michael Gmoser said it’s his office’s policy to take all officer-involved shootings, as well as self-defense cases, to a grand jury.
Gmoser said he expects to present the incident to a grand jury within the next couple weeks.