Greenfield Shooting Investigations – Law enforcement agencies in Greenfield are investigating a shooting incident this afternoon near Riley Park. Officers with the Greenfield Police Department are on the scene of a shooting in the area of Riley Park on East Main Street. Law enforcement agencies responded to the scene after receiving reports of shots fired.
According to Greenfield Police Department, officers arrived at Riley Park on East Main Street and located one individual suffering from a gunshot injury. The unidentified victim has been transported to the Hancock Regional Hospital. Their conditions are not known at this time.
Greenfield Police Department – We are investigating a shooting in the area of Riley Park on East Main Street. Details are very limited right now. One person has been shot and is at the hospital. Their conditions is unknown.
Media can stage at Shepherd Insurance at 802 E. Main Street. No PIO is available right now. More information will be released when available.
The identity of the victim has not been revealed. Law enforcement has not confirmed if anyone is in custody at this time. Law enforcement agencies are continuing to investigate the incident and will release further details.
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