- Apr 25, 2017
A small Ohio news organization said one of its photographers was shot by a sheriff's deputy Monday night while he set up to take pictures of a random traffic stop.
Andy Grimm "had his camera in his hand" when he was shot in his side by a Clark County sheriff's deputy in New Carlisle, which north of Dayton, The New Carlisle News said in a Facebook post.
“I just talked to Andy and he said that he is very sore, but in good spirits,” Dale Grimm, the photographer's father and published of the New Carlisle News, told Fox News. “He said the hospital expects to be releasing him Tuesday. He also stressed that he does not want the deputy to lose his job over this.”
“This is a small town. Everybody knows everybody. It was just a terrible misunderstanding,” his father said.
There you have it folks. Don't have anything black in your hands when anywhere near a cop. You might just have signed your own death warrant......