Authorities release more info on Tuesday night incident
The Ohio Attorney General's Office says a 20-year-old man shot during a confrontation with Coshocton County Sheriff's deputies died on Wednesday afternoon.
Investigators say David Stahl was shot and a deputy was injured in the incident that happened just after 10:00pm along U.S. Route 36. According to Coshocton County Sheriff Tim Rogers, the incident began when officers from New Concord chased Stahl, who was driving erraticly, into Coshocton County. Deputies located the vehicle and began a pursuit, which ended on Route 36 near Township Road 509. While trying to take the suspect into custody, he was shot. A deputy was also injured in a crash related to the chase.
Contrary to other media reports, the suspect was taken to Coshocton County Memorial Hospital and then was transferred to Grant Medical Center in Columbus, where he died. The deputy injured in the crash was treated and released.
Coshocton County Sheriff Timothy Rogers has released few details, including whether Stahl had a weapon. The deputy that shot the victim was placed on administrative leave by the Sheriff.
The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation is handling the inquiry.