Xenia Shooting: Man identified as Mike Schendler shot multiple times at Bike Hub in Xenia, OH

Greene County Sheriff's Office Dispatch investigating after male shot and injured Thursday evening, suspect at large

Xenia Shooting Investigations – Greene County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting incident that left a male injured Thursday evening in Xenia, Ohio. According to law enforcement agencies, a person has been injured following a shooting that happened at the bike hub located in the area of 150 North Miami Ave, in Xenia, Ohio.

According to reports, the injured victim locally identified as Mike Schendler has been transported to an area hospital in unknown condition after he was shot at the hub. Law enforcement agencies are now working to locate the shooter who they say fled the scene after the crime. The identity of the suspect involved was not immediately disclosed by the investigating department.

This is a developing story…..


ALSO READ: The Greene County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a man they believe is impersonating a police officer.

On Tuesday, a driver reported being pulled over by a black Dodge Charger on Highway 412 West near the Light Village. The driver believed the driver to be an officer. The man claimed to be a Greene County deputy and reportedly requested for the driver’s identification. The suspect did not provide identification when the driver asked to view it or when the driver requested to talk with a supervisor.

According to the witness, the police officer got back into his car, waited a few seconds, and then sped off. The driver said he was a white male and that he was the suspect. Around 30 years old roughly. About 6 feet in height, Colored brown, Khakis, a black belt, and a tucked-in black t-shirt. Sunglasses, black

Here’s a rundown of the car’s specs:

  • Up-to-date Dodge Charger
  • Inky black
  • There are blue lights on the dashboard and windshield.

GCSD claims there are no black Dodge Chargers in the fleet and that the department has never used them for patrol or enforcement. After reading the Facebook post, Rachael West, a resident of Paragould, said she was taken back to Monday night. Together, West and the charger headed north. “We were in a lot of traffic, so it’s kind of, he was following a little bit close,” West said.

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