Sheriff: Gunman kills police chief, 2 nursing home workers in Ohio

Sheriff: Gunman kills police chief, 2 nursing home workers in Ohio

Sheriff: Gunman kills police chief, 2 nursing home workers in Ohio

"He was shot after he entered the nursing home".

Two employees and the shooter were also killed, Throp said.

Rogers says she heard several other gun shots, then a man "yelling and screaming".

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Disario was a father of six children and was expecting a seventh, said Thorp, who added that he did not know the chief. They were transferred to various hospitals Friday morning so that police could process the crime scene; it wasn't immediately clear when they would be allowed to return.

The incident resulted in the lockdown of the local elementary school, but authorities have not confirmed any additional injuries.

According to NBC4i, the shooter was reported at the 200 block of E. Main Street at the Pine Kirk Care Center, a nursing home in Kirkersville. Kirkersville is east of Columbus.

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Brad Casto, a 15-year resident of Kirkersville who lives next to Pine Kirk, says the nursing home included people with mental disabilities as well as the elderly. "It's just a tragic event", he said. Officials said during a news conference the officer had been police chief for three weeks.

"They cater to the forgotten members of society - folks that have, in addition to physical health care needs, behavioral health issues", Peter Van Runkle, executive director of the Ohio Health Care Association, a nursing home industry group, told the newspaper.

The elementary school - about a quarter of a mile away - was on lockdown as a precaution while the police investigated. Students were taken to a nearby middle school, where parents could pick them up.

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"Ohio mourns the loss of Kirkersville Chief Eric Disario, who died in the line of duty", Gov. John Kasich said in a statement.

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