FAIRBORN, Ohio (WDTN) – The Fairborn Police Department has identified the officer that shot Roven Lock after a standoff Monday.
According to a report from the Fairborn Police Department Officer William Titley, an 18-year veteran of the force is the Officer involved in the shooting.
After serving 12 years of teaching D.A.R.E., Officer Titley was assigned to Patrol and became a School Resource Officer. Titley became a member of the Regional Emergency Response Team in 2005 and was at the standoff in Fairborn in that role.
Officer Titley has received several awards including Employee of the Year in 2001, the Knight’s of Columbus Blue Coat Award and the Fairborn City Schools Excellence award in 2014.
FPD Officials say Titley will remain on Administrative Leave while the investigation continues and while he receives mandatory counseling, which the Department says is standard procedure in these types of events.
22-year-old Rouven Loch, of Fairborn, was shot after police say he pointed a gun at them after exiting a residence on Eastview Drive in Fairborn.
Loch died from a single gunshot sound to the torso, the Montgomery County Coroner told 2 NEWS.
Police believe Loch is the suspect wanted for a string of robberies that happened last Friday. Seven convenience stores were robbed beginning Thursday night into Friday.